Wednesday, November 30th 2011

Thermaltake Announces MS-I Snow Edition Case

Thermaltake, the leader and pioneer brand in PC thermal solutions, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, with “delivering the perfect user experiences” as our mission. This winter, Thermaltake has prepared Commander MS-I Snow Edition to take on a gratitude mission of thanking our fans for the support throughout the year of 2011 as well as with a new suit to blend into the snowy battlefield for e-Sports enthusiasts.

Thermaltake Commander MS-I Snow Edition
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.

For more information, visit the product page.
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13 Comments on Thermaltake Announces MS-I Snow Edition Case

#1
hhumas
wow this case is so beautiful ....... and with blue led fans its look can be enhanced ..
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#2
Vancha
Everything but the front actually looks okay, but the front is just a mess of plastic.
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
Front is Fugly, and i don't like white cases tbh.
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#4
theJesus
Yeah, front looks hideous and I'm not keen on the window either.
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#5
Delta6326
To much plastic and mesh I like a plain simple look, like the Antec P280
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#6
Canzara
I have the thermaltake Level 10 white edition and its beautiful.
I see a lot of people ranting about disliking plastic cases. Plastic is such a diverse material it can be made in so many different ways and spec's. It threw me off at first too, but honestly I see nothing wrong with it at this point. Its sturdy, reliable and at least with this case, its more like a resin then a plastic.
Can't scratch it as its the same all the way through, so you would have to cut it with a knife to make a noticeable scratch.
Sure plastic is cheaper then aluminum, but its also more reliable when it comes to keeping its looks.
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#7
pantherx12
Hate the front, but better than other TT cases that have come out recently.

Geting there again thermaltake, keep trying and maybe I'll become a customer again lol
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#8
Doomedspeed
Im not a huge fan of this case, aestheticaly. I am glad that TT are trying something different. Alot of companies recently have been releasing CM690II look-a-likes.

I like that TT are pushing the boat and appealing to people who want to be that bit different.

I like the level 10, if only i could afford one. The moeny and the space it takes up.
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#9
Canzara
by: Doomedspeed
I like the level 10, if only i could afford one. The moeny and the space it takes up.
Ya I was going to get the white corsair graphite 600T, but when i went to the store they had the level 10 on sale for 100$ off which made it 25$ more then the 600T, plus it was the last one they had and told me they weren't getting more even suggesting it may get discontinued soon.. I couldn't say no to that!

I also find its not so huge as the pics make it look. Its definately no bigger then my Cosmos S was...a little wider, but not as tall. It REALLY stands out. The house I'm living in is rented and currently for sale, so its being shown on a fairly regular basis. Even the people viewing it stop to comment on how awesome my case is. Its kind of nice :)
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#10
Vancha
by: Canzara
I see a lot of people ranting about disliking plastic cases. Plastic is such a diverse material it can be made in so many different ways and spec's. It threw me off at first too, but honestly I see nothing wrong with it at this point. Its sturdy, reliable and at least with this case, its more like a resin then a plastic.
Can't scratch it as its the same all the way through, so you would have to cut it with a knife to make a noticeable scratch.
Sure plastic is cheaper then aluminum, but its also more reliable when it comes to keeping its looks.
When people criticize the plastic, they aren't complaining about the material as much as the way it's used. In this case's case, it's made the front look as cheap as a 99c store child's toy.
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#12
The Jedi
Ugly? Yes. Anyone else see the Star Wars design influence?
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#13
Darkleoco
I think it looks ridiculous in the front with those diagonals....
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