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Thermaltake M9D

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Overall 6

Thermaltake M9 Case Video Review

17 July 2009
  • Summary: The Thermaltake M9 Case is your standard mid-tower case, but it has lots of great features. Up to nine 5.25" drive bays, excellent air circulation with the two included 120mm blue LED fans, tooless drive bay and expansion slot design and a removable and prepositional HDD cage. It even fits full length video cards from ATI and NVIDIA. One things it doesn't have though is a removable motherboard tray. Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.
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Thermaltake M9D

Legion Hardware
30 November 2008
  • Summary: It would be very easy to call this case standard and throw it into the pile out back, but on closer inspection the M9D is a little more than that. A little. It deals with aesthetics quite well, with an impressive front face and conservative solid side panel. This case is professional enough to not look out of place in an office, yet it looks exciting enough to take around to your mate’s for a LAN party.
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Overall 8

Thermaltake M9 Case Review

15 November 2008
  • Summary: Thermaltake's M9 stands 17" tall and 7.5" wide, and is constructed out of plain old SECC steel, glossy black plastic, and mesh grating along its front bays.
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Thermaltake M9 Case Review

Hardware Secrets
3 April 2008
  • Summary: This is a good mid-tower case for the mainstream user, built with cooling in mind. All covers on the front panel are meshed, it features two 120 mm fans (one on the rear and one on the front, attached to the hard disk drive cage) and a side duct. The exorbitant number of 5.25” bays – nine – makes us believe that this case is particularly targeted to users that want to install a water-cooling solution based on 5.25” bays, like BigWater 780e and BigWater 760i, also from...
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Overall 5
Features 7
Build quality 5

Thermaltake M9D case

PC Authority
24 November 2008
  • Summary: It's not a bad case, but it's hard to get excited about.
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