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  • ThermalTake Element G Case Review
  • ThermalTake Element G Case Review


    Case Layout & Features Cont.

    The trend among computer cases is to have the opening on the back motherboard tray to allow the easy removal and installation of larger heatsinks. The TT Element G is using this great design idea, and is very welcomed among the enthusiast community.
    At the bottom of the motherboard back plate you will find a divider that serves a couple different purposes. The obvious one is to shift airflow around the PSU area and create specific cooling zones between the sometimes hot PSU and rest of the computer components..
    The divider comes out with a removal of just a couple black thumb screws and even has spots for 2x 2.5" SSD Drives.  With the divider plate removed you have enough room to install the power supply.
    With the PSU unit installed you can start routing cables.  The TT Element G the divider plate finds has a couple large openings to route cables thru and as we all know good cable management means better airflow and a cleaner chassis.