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


A removable hard drive cage that supports up to seven drives has similar attributes that we see throughout the Element's construction: plastic guides and rubber bushings to dissipate any vibrations being transferred from devices to the metal frame. This case was built for silence and convenience.


The motherboard tray has a built-in window for the easy removal of CPU cooler saddles without having to remove the entire board. The mobo tray sits far enough away from the back panel to allow for effortless cable management. All of the little details that allow the user to hide their cables are present, which we all know helps to effectively cool components as well as making the install look great. There are even dedicated cable channels built into the frame with wire-looms pre-installed from the factory. As you can see in the accompanying pictures, I took advantage of these features to do the best, not to mention easiest cable management I have ever done.


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