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Thermaltake M5 VJ2000 Details

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Thermaltake M5 VJ2000
Conclusion: The M5 case from Thermaltake is a steel frame with a plastic front that offers a lot of space for up to 11 drives. The mounting is done by using small clips that are easy to handle, and also serve to acoustically decouple the drives from the housing. The ventilation system consists of several 120 mm fans, two of which come pre-installed. There are screw holes and openings for additional 80 mm to 140 mm fans as well.
  • Pros
  • Cons
    • Decoupled drives
    • Lots of space for drives
    • Good build quality
    • Preinstalled system fans
    • Poor mounting for the expansion cards
    • Can’t turn off the system fan lights
    • No eSATA connectors

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