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Thermaltake SwordM

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About the Product

The SwordM is a 240 x 650 x 770 mm aluminum case that features 4/6 5.25" drive bays, 6 3.5" drive bays (3 internal). In addition, it offers 7 slots for expansion, and supports micro/standard ATX motherboards. 5 120 mm cooling fans. PSU optional.

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Thermaltake SwordM Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 2 ratings.

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website score publish date article quality
Big Bruin  --- Jan 24 '08
Hardware Zone 3.5/5 Sep 17 '07
HardwareCanucks  --- Feb 03 '08
PC Perspective  --- Mar 24 '08
ThinkComputers 9/10 Jan 28 '08
TweakNews.net  --- Jan 09 '08
Virtual Hideout  --- Feb 18 '08
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"Given the overall appeal and the innovative elements it contains, the Thermaltake SwordM VD5000BNA Super Tower Chassis earns the "Great Idea" award, as it is packed with many new (and old) ideas..."

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Hardware Zone on

"In the end though, the Thermaltake SwordM is a case of overindulgence. It's like a long, meandering book that needs a better editor, someone who can chop out the unnecessary parts. Considering that..."

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HardwareCanucks on

"It is THE highest-quality case I have laid my hands on and everything about its design and construction is absolutely top-notch. There are a few areas where it falls flat but if you are in the..."

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"We’ve said from the start that the SwordM is a large, full tower enclosure so I do not consider that a weakness and yes it is expensive. My main concerns are with the basic features that seemed to..."

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ThinkComputers on

"Even with some of the flaws this case is just great. It is truly a masterpiece and everyone that has seen the case has asked a ton of questions about it and wanted one."

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