Thermaltake Element T Review 6

Thermaltake Element T Review

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I would like to thank Thermaltake for supplying the review sample.

The Element T is currently one of three enclosures in the "Element" family. We reviewed the Element S in the past, which is the most expensive one of the three. This is in stark contrast to the Element T, which carries the smallest price tag. The company is aiming the case at professional users, as the package sport the sentence "Create for Pros". Thus I was surprised to see the following information - which clearly tries to woo gamers instead of professional users - on their website:

  • Patented Design
  • Tactical appearance for optimal gaming experience
  • Preserved fan opening for 120mm to 200mm at top and front panel, 120mm to 230mm at side panel
  • Massive storage capability with 7 x 3.5 inch and 1x 2.5 HDD or SSD bay
  • Security lock for keyboard & mouse for Lanparty event
  • Thumb screws for 3.5 & 5.25 inch devices and PCI slots for secure transportation

Case type:Mid Tower
Front bezel material:Plastic
Motherboard support:Micro ATX, Standard ATX
Motherboard tray:No
5.25" bays:3
Ext. 3.5" bays:1
Int. 3.5" bays:6
Expansion slots:7
Front I/O ports:USB 2.0 x 2, eSATA & HD Audio ports
Front (intake) fans: (Optional)120 x 120 x 25 mm fan x 2 or 140 x 140 x 25 mm fan x 2 or200 x 200 x 20 mm fan x 1
Rear (exhaust) fan:120 x 120 x 25 mm Turbo fan (1400rpm,17dBA)
Top (exhaust) fan:200 x 200 x 20 mm silent fan (800rpm,14dBA)
Side (intake) fans: (Optional)230 x 230 x 20 mm fan or 120 x 120 x 25 mm fan
Dimensions:525 (H) x 210 (W)x 480(L) mm20.7 (H) in x 210 (W) x 480(L) in
Weight:15.32lbs 6.95 kg
Warranty:3 years
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