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Thermaltake's M9 computer case is one of the brand's mid-range cases and strives to maximize air flow throughout.

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Pros

Full Hard Drive Bay easy removable to add more Drives

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Sturdy Construction - Light weight

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Tool-less Drive Bays easy to install Drives

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Plenty of Air flow - Window Version

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Easy access to power button on top of case

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PCI Tool-less does not keep PCI Cards in place.

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Tool-Less Drive Bays finicky to get proper fit

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Drive Bay Covers to easy to take out by accident

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Thermaltake's M9 computer case is one of the brand's mid-range cases and strives to maximize air flow throughout. Composed of black SECC steel, its front panel is black plastic with a full mesh covering to increase ventilation. The front panel also includes a 120mm hard drive cooling fan with blue LED. There is a rear 120mm fan, and side vents and air holes to redirect hot air away from hard drive and video card areas as well. The case offers tool-free access to all drive bays and PCI slots, and a removable HDD cage that can house up to three hard drives. The front of the case can house up to nine 5.25" drives, but these can be converted to 3.5" drives. Thermaltake also offers a windowed side panel for the M9, but comes at an additional cost.

Features
  • MSRP: $89.99
  • Release Date: March 2008
  • Mid tower size
  • Black SECC steel with black plastic front panel with full mesh covering
  • No-tool access to all drive bays and PCI slots
  • 120mm rear fan, 120mm front fan with blue LED
  • Side ventilation duct
  • Easy-installation HDD cage for up to three hard drives
  • Nine 5.25" drive bays, 3 internal 3.5" drive bays
  • Front I/O Audio and USB panel
  • Easy access to power and reset buttons
  • Optional transparent side panel (extra)
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