Thermaltake Element G piles on the airflow

by Rafael Hernandez on December 7, 2009 · 0 comments

Thermaltake Element GEveryone’s fascination with the full-tower monster case seems to be waning in favor of smaller, more robust looking, “gamer” style cases. The black motifs and rugged designs are more agreeable than the designs of old yet still offer plenty of the features we’ve all come to expect from a case.

LANOC Reviews has a look at the Thermaltake Element G which surrounds your PC hardware with fan airflow, especially nice when your gaming rig is overloaded with high-powered hardware:

On the front of the case the same paint issue is present but not as noticeable. The entire front of the case is mesh including the three drive bay covers. Hidden behind the mesh front panel is another 200mm touchcolor fan. The side panels were given a touch of red with a plastic ring around the edge, the red gives the otherwise all black case much needed style while remaining subtle. The left side panel has a mesh area that hides the third and final 200mm touchcolor fan.

Three 200mm fans may seem like overkill but considering the class of hardware we’ve been seeing it’s not at all too surprising.

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