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ThermalTake M9 case launched

Posted on Friday, October 26 2007 @ 15:37:05 CEST by

Thermaltake unveiled a new line of cases, the M9.
When users glance at M9, they will be stunned by its glossy finished, metal meshed styling. Not only that, its unique design also managed excellent thermal performance. The metal meshed front panel keeps great ventilation flow through its entire body, with the help of two 12cm fans and air guide. In addition, there are side windowed version as well that allows up to four 12cm fans to be installed for better ventilation.

The internal HDD cage is another great feature of the chassis, it can move freely and install anywhere from top to down as user wish. Therefore user can better organize their key components. The all around tool-free design as Thermaltake always promised, reduced user’s installation time.

With its unique design, superb thermal management, spacious compartment, and stylish design finishes, Thermaltake has once again released a superb and fascinating chassis, M9.
You can get the case with and without case window and you can also get it in a bundle with a 400W PSU.

Here are the specifications of the model with case window:

Case Type
Middle Tower
Side Panel
Transparent window
Net Weight
6.4 kg / 14.1 lb
Dimension (H*W*D)
440.0 x 200.0 x 495.0 mm
(17.3 x 7.9 x 19.5 inch)
Cooling System
Front (intake) : 120 x 120 x 25 mm blue LED fan, 1300rpm, 17dBA
Rear (exhaust) : 120 x 120 x 25 mm blue LED fan, 1300rpm, 17dBA
Drive Bays
- 5.25" Drive Bay
- 3.5" Drive Bay
- 3.5 " Drive Bay

9 or 6
1 (converted from one 5.25” drive bay)
- or 3

Expansion Slots
Micro ATX , Standard ATX


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Re: ThermalTake M9 case launched
by Anonymous on Monday, May 04 2009 @ 22:54:16 CEST
pretty nice case. i got one of these. the power button broke off when i was pushing it too hard so i used a piece of little foam to keep it in and good.

  • Reply by Anonymous on Sunday, April 03 2011 @ 22:40:39 CEST

    lol the same thing happend to me :(
    wish it didnt!
    But great tip mate , really useful


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