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Thermaltake Commander MS-I Snow Midi Gaming Case USB3.0 Toolless White
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|Dimensions||42.7 cm x 20.3 cm x 48.5 cm||20 cm x 46 cm x 45.5 cm||19.2 cm x 46.5 cm x 43 cm||45.5 cm x 20 cm x 46 cm|
|Item Weight||4.5 kg||4.5 kg||5.5 kg||4.5 kg|
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Thermaltake Commander MS-I has made a huge blast since its first present in July 2011. This winter, with its determination and consistency, Commander MS-I is suited up with a brand-new snow look to move its way through a snowy battlefield. The Commander MS-I Snow Edition is equipped with extra-long VGA support which will hold some premium weapons (graphic cards) in the market, such as nVidia GTX590 and AMD Radeon HD6990 with ease, cable management and 12cm blue LED fan to enhance air mobility (ventilation), USB2.0 and USB 3.0(internal 19pin) front I/O slots allow direct data transfers during combat situation, and 9 drive bays grant with maximum magazine (HDD, optical drives) storability so you will never run out of resources!
Thermaltake Commander MS-I has made a huge blast since its first present in July 2011. This winter, with its determination and consistency, Commander MS-I is suited up with a brand-new snow look to move its way through a snowy battlefield. The Commander MS-I Snow Edition is equipped with extra-long VGA support which will hold some premium weapons (graphic cards) in the market, such as nVidia GTX590 and AMD Radeon HD6990 with ease, cable management and 12cm blue LED fan to enhance air mobility (ventilation), USB2.0 and USB 3.0(internal 19pin) front I/O slots allow direct data transfers during combat situation, and 9 drive bays grant with maximum magazine (HDD, optical drives) storability so you will never run out of resources!See all Product Description
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-Brilliant build quality (doesn't feel cheap)/ (solid metal & plastic)
-Brilliant white paint quality
-Sleek design (I love the front design)
-Good space inside (very easy to get optical drives and HDD's in place, you don't even need screws!)
-Comes with everything you need to fit in your motherboard, psu, drives etc...
-Brilliant cable management (I was able to hide excess cabling under a raised platform)
-Good quality mesh (over the front intake, drive bays and psu area)/ (I would recommend that you buy more fan mesh covers!)
-Plenty of areas to add fans (There's space for around 6 fans overall, all of which are 12cm fan areas)
-Nice sized viewing area on the side of the case (Shows enough of the inside and enough illumination if you use internal lights)
-Already comes with a rear exhaust fan
-It looks epic when illuminated! (Blue or red internal lighting look amazing with this case, I used blue)
Now onto a minor few issues.... (Not enough to bring it down to 4 stars because this advice will help overcome these problems)
-A bit of a pain installing the front intake fan as the usual fan screws you use are quite 'fat' whereas the fan holes provided on the case are really 'thin'. If you buy this then use the four 'very long' screws provided with the case to get the front intake fan in (took me a while to figure this out as no other desktop case I've setup has had this problem).Read more ›
The good thing ...Its really white (although the drive bay covers and grills should have been too imho) It comes with a rear 120mm fan attcahed.
There are no sharp edges - so no 'shower-scene -from -psycho ' when you delve around. Believe me anyone whose used a chaep stamped metal case without rolled edges will appreciate this .
Now for the not so good bits .... Once a MOBO is installed there is not enough room to fit a standard 120 mm fan in either of the top grills , On mine the mobo CPU fan header stops it aswell as the 12v atx header on one side and the ram slots on the other(I would have to fit the ram and then fit the fan after which the ram securing clips would not have enough room to open should I need to remove them), The answer is to find a thinner fan but an expense I had not anticipated.
The drive bays are toolless -fantastic ....there are 7 3.5inch but there are only three 3.5in securing widgets supplied plus two optical 5.25in ones plus 1 for a floppy drive. If you want to put more drives in (say a Raid 10 4 drive system plus a boot drive) then the others are going to have to be screwed in.So semi-toolless really.
There is no place for a front fan that i can see ,i have to admit i havent had the front fascia off yet but i cannot see anywhere looking from inside the case. There is a bottom fan gill which will take a 120mm I am assuming this to be an in flowing fan .
As with a lot of new cases the psu is in the bottom with the air intake at the floor of the case - its a tight squeeze ad you have to take off a right angled retaining bracket or it will never fit (i tried this first so you wouldnt have to !Read more ›
Problem with "budget building" these days is we all pick well known brand names then we sometimes get disappointed with the quality or something is wrong with the product. My advice is dont be afraid to shop around and look at not so well known brands. Atleast if you pay less than you were going to you cant be as disappointed.
Dont buy this product if you are planning on cleaning it thoroughly. If you never plan on cleaning it or opening it then its okay but expect it to get clogged with dust in under 6 months.
When ATX Motherboard installed if you want to put a fan on the top of the unit you'll need a slimline one, and this still can be a tight fit. Also, seems as though there is a space for fan in the front of the case for increased airflow though as yet been unable to fit one here. Front USB 3.0 header and Audio/Mic Jack are a nice addition. If installing a full length GPU in the system it will render some of the drive bays useless, unless you don't want to be able to use the quick release function....there are plenty of bays available so not an issue unless you want multiple drives.
Cable management in side panel can be tricky to get back on as side panel is not that sturdy when removed....though feels sound when fitted.
3 Stars as there are a few niggles with the case, but if you're looking for a cheap, nice looking budget gaming case for your PC then this would be a top contender!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent case at a very good price and practically brand newPublished 7 months ago by Mr John O' Shea
Awesome delivery speed! Ordered the day before and turned up the next day, couldn't ask for any better! Very well built and very spacious. Very happy with this product!Published 18 months ago by Kaleb Waters
Lovely looking case and the fan that comes uninstalled is pretty good. but the fan ports at the top and front are hard/ almost impossible to get tooPublished 19 months ago by Josh M.
This case is very good value and it does not look at all cheap.
The case has a lot of space fore parts and fans - the air flow is good. Read more
Brilliant solid case. good airflow and fits gtx 780 and hyper 212 evo. Cheap and cheerful but weak plastic thing holding the dvd-r slot cover. Read morePublished 22 months ago by sPratapa
its a nice case, wish it was bigger but the design is amazingPublished 24 months ago by Nathan Beckles
Awesome looking case with subtle side window. Working space inside is okay, can get a bit fiddly once you have installed all your hardware. Read morePublished on 18 July 2014 by HoboCrust