Thermaltake Element V
Thermaltake’s Element series of cases is geared to the "professional" consumer, including the "eSport" crowd. I’m not exactly sure what that means, but we have seen some sleek designs in the Element Series, with the S and G standing out as memorable. With the model T as the budget offering (anyone else find that ironic?) and the Q as the smallform option, all that is left is the full tower case to compete the Element Series. And this bring us to today’s discussion, as the Element V is indeed the full tower now offered by Thermaltake.
The Thermaltake Element V, with flash and features for the gamer crowd, offers some considerable space for higher-end gear. Can it fit a behemoth Radeon 5970? Yes. Does it have a 2.5" SSD bracket? Yes. But to truly suit the gamer crowd, does it have the prerequisite cliche LED flashing lights? Yes. Well then, let’s have a closer look at the Thermaltake Element V full tower and see how it stacks up.
Thanks to Thermaltake for supplying the review sample.
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