Thermaltake M9

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About the Product

The M9 is a steel case for standard and micro ATX motherboards that measures 200 x 440 x 495 mm. It has 9 5.25" drive bays, 3 internal 3.5" drive bays (1 converted from 1 5.25" drive bay), 7 PCI expansion slots, and 2 120 mm cooling fans. Front panel I/O ports. PSU not included.

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ASE Labs  --- May 18 '08
Hardware Secrets  --- Apr 03 '08
Motherboards.org  --- May 01 '09
Overclockers Club  --- May 06 '08
PC Stats 79% Oct 24 '08
Pro-Clockers.com  --- Apr 09 '08
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ASE Labs on May 28 '08

"The M9 is brings some nice competition to the Antec Nine Hundred and features a lower price point. The case retails for about $80 which is about $30-$40 cheaper than the competing Nine Hundred...."

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Hardware Secrets on Apr 09 '08

"It is a good product – if you know its limitations. For the exigent user, however, we believe that there are better products around. For example, mainstream mini-tower products from Antec cost the..."

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Motherboards.org on May 04 '09

"There are cases on the market that make a lot of noise. The Thermaltake M9 VI1000 does the job that any mainstream consumer would expect from a high quality company like Thermaltake. This case..."

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Overclockers Club on May 07 '08

"One word describes my feelings about the Thermaltake M9 VI1000BWS - fantastic! It performed very well in my tests, looks awesome, and the included 120mm fans manage to push a good amount of air..."

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PC Stats on Oct 27 '08

"For about $80CDN, the Thermaltake M9 isn't doing much to justify its price - the Antec 300 mid-tower can be found for as low as $60, had more accommodating interior bays and, in my opinion, looks..."

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