Thermaltake V9 Case Announced

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Another Antec 900 clone?

Thermaltake V9Thermaltake have announced their new case, the V9, which is aimed at the gamer and bears a striking resemblance to the Antec 900. It features a top mounted 23cm fan and two 12cm fans front and rear, with dust covers on all air intake points. From the press release:

V9 was definitely created for proud gamers at Lan Parties! To boost up the system performance for extreme gaming warriors, the air flow within V9 has been independently designed to focus on the four different heating sources in the chassis, CPU, VGA, HDD and PSU. The 23cm top fan that is impossible to ignore, works perfectly with the metal meshed front panel and rear fan. CPU cooling is further enhanced with one side fan and another optional fan installation on the motherboard tray. The second fan installed on the side panel is then strategically positioned to increase the air intake for VGA heating areas. Together with the bottom placed power supply unit and the 12cm red LED fan at the front for HDD cooling; the ventilation design excellence of V9 is equally stimulating as its stylish appearance!

Specifications:

  • Case Type Middle Tower
  • Net Weight 6.29 kg / 13.87 lb
  • Side Panel Transparent Side Window
  • Dimension (H*W*D) 462.0 x 208.0 x 485.0 mm
    (18.19 x 8.19 x 19.10 inch)
  • Cooling System Front (intake) : Optional
    120 x 120 x 25 mm fan or 140 x 140 x 25 mm fan
    Rear (exhaust) :
    120 x 120 x 25 mm TurboFan (1300rpm,17dBA)
    Top (exhaust) : Optional
    230 x 230 x 20 mm silent fan Built-in
    MB Tray (intake) : Optional
    230 x 230 x 20 mm silent fan Built-in 
  • Drive Bays
    - Accessible
    - Hidden 11
    4 x 5.25’’, 2 x 3.5’’
    5 x 3.5’’ 
  • Material SECC
  • Color Black 
  • Expansion Slots 7
  • Liquid Cooling Hole Support 1/2”ã€Â3/8”ã€Â1/4” water tube
  • Motherboards 9.6” x 9.6” (Micro ATX), 12” x 9.6” (ATX) Optional
  • I/O Ports USB 2.0 x 2, HD Audio x 1
  • PSU Standard PS2 PSU (Optional)

There's no word on pricing as yet. You can view the V9 product pages here, and the official press release here.

Discuss in our forums here.

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27-08-2008, 19:59:55

Ham
Guys, ive been trying to force a hwbot update as we've slipped a bit despite having some pretty decent scores submitted. But the OP by fragtek just wont update meaning our position aint updating either.

I've done some snooping and found this:

[IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/280058478002/oh_dear.jpg[/IMG]

Does this mean frags changed his password and kinda mulled us over or what?

And if so is there any way to convert his post into one by me?

28-08-2008, 03:18:44

Jim



Does this mean frags changed his password and kinda mulled us over or what?

And if so is there any way to convert his post into one by me?



If i was to change the username on that post would it work?

28-08-2008, 13:45:11

Ham
Fixed it :D.

Turns out a security update in vB decided to block the update, had to update the forum config on the HwBot site (after requestion mod status cos OC3D team didn't have one :-/). Then give ol' fraggles permission to post in the new(ish) Bench section.

Cheers to Jim for putting up with the whinging :D

05-10-2008, 18:44:56

Ham
Ok, this time its something screwed up our side.

[IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/052344498027/sigh.jpg[/IMG]

JIIIIMMMMMM!!!!
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