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ThermalTake Element G Case Review
Author: William West
The TT Element G is a mid tower case with cooling features that rival the larger workstation cases. The case comes with a total of 4 fans. 2 x 200mm fans, 1x 230mm fan and a single 140mm fan located at the back of the case. All of these fans are controlled by a front mounted fanbus and can go from 0 to 800rpm in a flick of the wrist.
From a design perspective the TT Element G resembles a couple different cases in our recent history. Of course the Element S is a heavy favorite given the awesome finish and red accent on the side panels. Then the mesh front is a strong reminder of the V9 series gaming cases. Both of these cases we have reviewed in the past so please feel free to check them out.
Drive Bays: 3 x 5.25" External
Drive Bays: 7 x 3.25" Internal
Front: 1 x 200mm LED Fan,
Top: 1 x 200mm LED Fan,
Rear: 1 x 140mm Standard Fan,
Side: 1 x 230mm LED Fan
Front I/O Ports: 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x MIC, 1 x Audio
Dimensions: (L)20.7 x (W)9.1 x (H)22.2 inches
Expansion Slots: 7