Notice the dust filters. We did not like the noise created by the vibration of the drives against the metal of the case. Installing our system in the Element T went without a problem, but we were concerned about the cable management. Element T has three external 5. And we don’t understand why Thermaltake made one of each of the drive bays tool-less. Ignore what is left of the shipping sticker that just couldn’t go on the plain top panel.
Missing are rubber grommets around the water-cooling inlets, but the unit does have an included rear mounted mm fan and vented PCI expansion covers. The case consists of the very popular mesh front panel that is very successful right now. The only thing in common between these three cases is the top mm fan Element S uses a bigger mm fan. The Element T ships in an all black package with that trademark Thermaltake red accent stripe I’m accustomed to seeing. The G is for the gamer that wants a killer looking case to house all his or her gaming gear. On the bottom part of the front panel you can install one mm fan or two mm fans or two mm fans.
While Element S and Element G share the same internal design, Element T is a completely different product, to the point we elenent why Thermaltake put it in the same product line. We will see how well the packing held up. This side holds another image of the Element T.
Thermaltake Element T Case Review
The Element T measures just under 21 inches tall and weighs in at 15 pounds before any components are implemented. H Element T is a all black mesh front panel case with clean lines begging for some attention. Openings for routing cables should be a norm in any modern case. The front panel shows a nice view of the top of the Element T.
Optional x x 20 mm fan or x x 25 mm fan. The bottom is all mesh with the TT logo residing in the middle. Thumbscrews are used on the rest of the drives.
Aerocool Cylon case review. As far as the side panels are concerned, the right has nothing going on, but the left has an opening laid out for a fan up to mm in diameter.
Some rubber pieces would have solved this problem. S, G and the T.
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Thermaltake Element T Mid Tower Chassis
Installing our system in the Element T went without a problem, but we were concerned about the cable management. The second fan in the Element T is located in the rear of the case.
The front of the box shows a downward angle of the Element T. Titanic – Massive storage capability with 7 x 3.
Thermaltake Element T Mid Tower Chassis
There are no openings within the motherboard tray, except for the one that is used to remove the CPU cooler from the motherboard. This is certainly one of the places Thermaltake cut down costs. Packaging and contents The Element T is packed in a black and red box that is identical to the other two models.
The Element T is packed in a black and red box that is identical to the other elemennt models. We did not like the noise created by the vibration of the drives against the metal of the case. Old style or not, the Element does offer some really up to date tool-less features. Previous Page Next Page. The Element T has a simplistic look, but does have some style to it.
When seeies booted the PC for the first time, we heard some vibration from the front portion of the cage. Even with this being a very common style, this model has a Thermaltake twist thrown in. Find other tech and computer products like this over at Amazon’s website. Ignore what is left of the shipping sticker that just couldn’t go on the plain top panel. You are not looking at a plain Jane case at all, but a nice looking enclosure that will complement your room.
Thermaltake Element T | Pure Overclock – Part 2
The last model is the T and we’ll be taking a look at it today. Notice the dust filters. Installation Installing our system in the Element T went without a problem, but we were concerned about the cable management.