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Thermaltake gets colourful with M9D Case

Bling bling

| Posted: May 1, 2008 3:09 am

If you're looking for a well equipped mid-tower chassis with bling, Thermaltake have just introduced a new model into their lineup that may be of interest.

 

The new M9D has a glossy finish to it with a large side window and 23cm Touchcolor fan which is where the bling comes from. The fan has a special switch located on the side panel which allows you to choose between five color modes; red, green, blue, random mix LED, and random single / mix LED.

 

Furthermore, there are two additional 120mm Turbofans located at the front and back of the case for better assisted airflow and some of the other highlights include a tool-free design, removable HDD cages and a very generous nine 5.25" drive bays.

 

You can purchase the new M9D chassis with or without the transparent side windows. For more information, head over to Thermaltake's website.

 


Have you ever dreamed of decorating your PC with more dazzling lights just for your own visual enjoyment? As the leading brand of computer chassis industry worldwide, Thermaltake is proud to launch its latest PC chassis - M9D, Shift color as you touch! - making all PC players' dreams come true.

 

With the innovative design of 23cm Touchcolor™ Fan featuring 5 modes color shifting and providing better ventilation, M9D attracts users at the first sight by its fancy illumination. Users will also be stunned by its glossy finished, metal meshed styling. This unique metal mesh design on front bezel was chosen for maximum air intake and providing excellent thermal performance. There is no doubt that M9D is the art of its own kind.

 

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