ThermalTake Element V ReviewCompxpert - December 1, 2009
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So when you buy a case what do you buy it for? Do you buy it for just looks, or do you need performance too? Well it seems ThermalTake introduces a bit of both in its sleek new Element V case. Not only does it have a nice design in terms of simple but sharp looks, but it provides many pertinent features as well. It not only sports two 120mm front intake fans but it also has a 200mm top fan and a 230mm side panel fan to boot. Plus what is better than a full-tower case? How about one with lots of space for drives in the front? The design of the case allows for nice customization. The top even allows for another 200mm fan which would even allow you to do a radiator setup. There are many more things to reveal about this, so why not read on and learn some more about this full-tower case?
So moving on you see we have the box. The box art has nice presentation. On the back now we see some features are revealed. We are shown the color changing LED fans, fan controller, and the cooling system just to name a few of the specific features it highlights. On the one side of the box we are shown a brief list of features this case has. Finally, on the opposite side of that, we have the specifications of the case. So far I like what I see, so let's move on.
Upon emerging from the box it is initially sandwiched between two pieces of foam and is also covered in a plastic bag for protection during shipment. Upon coming out of both however, we are then greeted with a cloth bag that is covering the case.
So far so good, but what does it even look like? Read on and see.