Thermaltake Element G Mid-Tower Case
Author: Connan Schafstall
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 08-10-2009
Provided by: Thermaltake

The right case can make or break a build. It is the utmost outer expression of your PC's personality. From the eggshell steel 'whitebox' to the acrylic torture rack, PC cases vary greatly in form and function. My first real gaming computer was housed in a Thermaltake Armor Jr. I was never a big fan of the hinges and the door was a bit flimsy, but I loved that system and logged thousands of hours on it playing various games. My most recent case was also by Thermaltake, the Mozart TX, which is a huge step up - easily one of the largest PC cases on the market. Today we are getting to test out one of Thermaltake's latest offerings in the gaming case market, the Element G.

The Element series has three offerings; the G, S, and T. The T, which Zahn recently reviewed, is a streamlined, utilitarian entry model. It lacks a lot of the frills, such as multiple stock LED fans and interior paint. The Element S is more sleek, offering a workstation layout with a bit more zing, including a drive-concealing front door as well as interior paint and removable PSU support. Lastly, the Element G combines many of the frills of the S with a few more innovative features, which as you will see ahead, are all in the details.


Mid Tower

Side Panel solid w/23cm side fan
Motherboard Support Mini ATX, Full ATX
Motherboard Tray
5.25" Drive Bay 3
Ext. 3.5" Drive Bay 0
Int. 3.5" Drive Bay 7
Expansion Slots 7
Front I/O Ports USB 2.0 x 2,
HD Audio ports

Cooling System

- Front (intake) :
200 x 200 x 20 mm Touchcolor,600~800 RPM, 12~14 DBA
2 x 120 x 120 x 25 mm (optional)

- Rear (exhaust) :
140 x 140 x 25 mm TurboFan, 1000 rpm, 16 dBA

- Top(exhaust) :
200 x 200 x 20 mm Touchcolor,600~800 RPM, 12~14 dBA

- Side(intake) :
230x 230 x 20 mm Touchcolor,600~800 RPM, 12~14 dBA
- VGA (exhaust) :
Two 60 x 60 mm fan (optional)

Dimension (H*W*D)

565 (H) x 231(W) x 526(L) mm
22.2(H) x 9.1(W) x 20.7(L) in

Continue ahead as we take a closer look at the Element G.

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