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Thursday, 18 June 2009 14:29

Thermaltake shows new Element case

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Mid-tower Element G chassis

Thermaltake has announced its newest chassis in the Element series and decided to brand it the Element G. This medium tower case offers impressive airflow and comes with a multifunctional knob on the front plate for fan speed control.

The internal features of the case are pretty much what you would expect from Thermaltake. The case has room for a standard or Micro ATX motherboard, can take up to three 5.25-inch optical drives, seven 3.5-inch HDDs and two 2.5-inch SSDs.

The case is cooled by a total of six fans, two 200mm front and top mounted Touchcolor ones, single 230mm Touchcolor side fan, one rear 140mm TurboFan and two more optional 60mm fans on the rear. All fans have LEDs that can be set to glow in 6 different colors that are controlled by the mentioned front panel multifunctional knob.

Unfortunately, Thermaltake has not announced the release date or the price of this new case but we expect it to show up in retail pretty soon.

You can check out more details here.

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