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Great cable management.
Silent cooling fans.
Ability to install multiple SSDs.
Side fan plugs into door and does not interfere with large CPU coolers.
Removable drive cage.
Very good cooling options.
Fairly easy installation.
Wire management built in.
Many places to route wires.
Side fan power connection built into case.
Not completely tool less.
PSU tray can make power supply swapping a chore.
A bit pricey.
Could have benefited from Element V's grilled expansion-slot covers.
Sharp edges inside.
Instructions could be better.
No 3.5″ bays.
Hole in mobo tray doesn’t line up with CPU socket placement in some cases.
Not much room near the top of the case.
Could use a few expansion slot covers.
No eSATA or FireWire on front I/O panel.
No PSU inlcluded.
By X-bit Labs on August 26, 2011
The first thing we want to note in this conclusion is that each of the three tested system cases is capable of being an easy-to-use enclosure for computer components and providing sufficient cooling for them. However, each of them has certain...
By Vortez on September 15, 2010
Upon taking the Thermaltake Element G out of the box I was anticipating good things, and I can report that there certainly are some good things, if not great things about the Element G. Foremost, it stands out as being a unique case with quite a lot...
By Real World Labs on July 20, 2010
The word that comes to mind when I think of this case is flexibility. The Element G seems to have something to offer everyone. Whether you like flashy LEDs or no light at all, it has you covered. Have a couple of SSDs? It’s ready to go....
By BayReviews on May 06, 2010
I have used and tested a few Thermaltake products and I can say without any hesitation that the Element G is one of the best high-end mid tower cases out in the market. It costs around $125 but is worth every penny enjoy cool colors and want built-in...
By iXBT Labs on February 03, 2010
Photo gallery Price: Newegg, Amazon Thermaltake rolled out a lot of PC enclosures in 2009, some of which were completely new products of interesting design and layout. First of all, this is the Element series which currently includes four models...
By Computer Shopper on January 01, 2010
The Element G offers almost everything Thermaltake's Element V chassis does (and a few extras that it doesn't) for less money, making this the best Element case yet....
By Bonafide Reviews on January 01, 2010
The Element G is nicely made overall, it’s solid and sturdily built with a good design as well. The Element G is aesthetically pleasing also, I like the black with red accents, it’s kind of plain yes, but it works well. You should be able to...
By Legit Reviews on December 03, 2009
Coming in at an MSRP of $149.99, this isn't the lowest cost case on the market; it's also not the highest price tag I have seen. You are definitely spending your money on a quality product....
By LanOC Reviews on December 02, 2009
I was pleasantly surprised with the Element G's performance and feature set. In fact this is the first case from Thermaltake that has impressed me in a while. Of course, even with the fancy fan lighting, amazing wire management, and black interior....
By Modders-Inc on November 10, 2009
The external construction is interesting with the textured powder coat, mesh and color changing fans. Or if bling is not your thing, you can completely turn off the fan lighting. That is indeed some very nice visual flexibility, as not everyone that...
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