Thermaltake Element Q is a compact case for your MiniITX motherboard

by Rafael Hernandez on January 11, 2010 · 0 comments

MiniITX motherboards are becoming a bit popular due to their diminutive size and their increasing performance levels, it’s difficult to pack in any more processing power in a smaller form factor.

Thermaltake’s Element Q allows you to cram in your MiniITX motherboard and a full height expansion card should you require it. Hardware Bistro has the review:

Unlike other mini-ITX chassis, Thermaltake Element Q is already pre-bundled with a 220W PSU and our sample here is an active PFC PSU which comes with higher power efficiency. The PSU is an auto switching PSU which is mainly designed for Atom platform hence a single +12V rail; 15A is more than enough for such low power consumption system. The 80mm cooling fan of this PSU is also acted as the CPU cooling fan by sucking out the hot air from the case.

A slick little case which should be welcome anywhere.

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