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Thermaltake Element V VL20001W2Z Case Review

Posted on Tuesday, December 08 2009 @ 03:32:38 CET by

Reasonably priced full-tower PSUs from a manufacturer like Thermaltake are rare and the Element V takes the good points of the Element series and translates them into a fully featured full-tower case. There is plenty of cooling with two 120mm front fans, a 200mm top fan, a 230mm side fan and a 120mm rear fan with options to mount two 50mm fans for the GPUs and another 200mm fan on top. This case has great FP I/O including external SATA port and four USB 2.0 ports. Overall, with a price point of $149, the Thermaltake Element V case does the job and more. Expansion is a priority and this case delivers that in spades as well with 11 drive bays for expansion, nice.

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