Since it's founding in 1999, Thermaltake has grown to be a major player in the PC industry. Their cases, power supplies and cooling products are well regarded, and for good reason. Today's offering from the company is their V9 mid-tower gaming case.
The V9 is one of Thermaltake's mid-tower cases, and the features in this case show that Thermaltake doesn't leave the budget minded behind in their quest for innovation. Sporting some outstanding features for its size and class, this case promises to be another winner. Our review model today is the VJ40001W2Z with a side panel window.
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Included in the bundle are a manual, a Warranty details sheet, and a sticker on a sheet explaining the Thermaltake Key 3 Spirit program. There's also the usual packet of screws and standoffs, along with a pair of cable ties. While the bundle may appear to be on the thin side, this is offset by the inclusion of 3 fans in the case - only one fan location is left for the end user to fill, and that's a good thing.