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Thermaltake's M5 mid-tower for gamers

Tool-free, fan-happy
By: Steve Dougherty | Posted: May 30, 2008 1:00 am

Thermaltake has just added a new mid-tower chassis into its Gaming Middle Tower Series of enclosures which they call the M5 VJ2000 Series. It comes with the option of a side window and/or a black coated interior. The case is of a tool-free design with mounts for up to six fans. Thermaltake has also done what several case makers prefer these days by placing the PSU at the bottom of the chassis.


For a complete rundown of the features, you can find the product page here.


Thermaltake is well known among PC enthusiasts around the world by its unique design and great thermal performance. Thermaltake is seen as the symbol of quality and performance, and the new M5 middle tower chassis is no exception.


With the black powder coating interior, M5 looks stylish in and out. For user friendly consideration, M5 has integrated the Tool-free mechanism for 5.25, 3.5 devices and PCI slots, saving so much more time on installation. As for thermal consideration, M5 can hold up to 6 fans max to optimize the system airflow. The bottom-placed PSU will not only be extremely easy to install, but beneficial for ventilation at the same time.


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