Thermaltake M9 Mid-tower Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 03-12-2008
Provided by: Thermaltake
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Introduction

Seems like there's always something new coming from the folks over at Thermaltake. And while new doesn't necessarily mean better, I can honestly say I've never seen a Thermaltake case I didn't like. Small wonder considering they've been in the business since 1999. While you may not always care for the styling, Thermaltake produces a quality product at a decent price, and this is reflected in their popularity and brand recognition.

Today I'll be looking at the recently released M9 series mid-tower case. There are two versions available, the VI1000BWS with side panel window and the VI1000BNS non-windowed case, which is the one I received for review. Measuring 17" tall by 8" wide and almost 20" deep, this black-only steel mid-tower offers the typical micro and standard ATX size in a compact frame. There is no pre-installed power supply option, however Thermaltake offers a plethora of different models to choose from, from the budget minded to the extreme, so they definitely have you covered if you need a PSU as well.



The M9 comes shipped in the typical full-color retail box with pictures of the case as well as some brief specifications detailed on the outside. The case is covered in plastic and supported by hard Styrofoam end caps.

Continue as I take a closer look at the Thermaltake M9.


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