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Good Looks, Good Cooling Performance, Quiet
Supports plenty of cooling options, CPU Cooler hole & raised standoffs, Plenty of drive bays, Unique take on the 200mm Red LED exhaust fan, Unique power supply bar w/ ventilation
Light weight, Plenty of space for hard drives, 2.5" HD space
Simple, basic design, Good ventilation even without front fan, Quiet, Bottom mounted PSU system with own ventilation, Lots of room
Big Fan, Price, Style, Lockable, AntiTheft Peripheral Lock, Bottom Mounter PSU
Solid construction, Plenty of room for hard drives up to 6, PSU bay works well, Good airflow around the CPU, Fans are fairly quiet, Possibilty to add three more fans, Real 3.5 inch bay, Plenty of space around the mainboard, Thumb screws for expansion car.
Only two fans included, 2.5” HDD Mount, Very Limited Accessory Package, Limited toolfree features, Few cable management aids
No eSATA, Material isn't the strongest
Only two fans included
No front fan included, No fan grills, Only one bay is toolless
Expansion slot covers cannot be secured properly for transport, Bumps instead of real spacers on tray, Not nearly enough screws to fill the case to the rim, Toolless system for HDD no good, Only one toolless lock for the optical drives, No front fans to c
By BayReviews on March 23, 2010
I have used and tested a few Thermaltake products and I can proudly say that the Element S is one of the best high-end mid tower cases. It costs around $110 but is worth every penny. The simple all black design is perfect for any home computer but it...
By TweakNews on February 22, 2010
Well, the Element T chassis from Thermaltake proved to be a bit of a mixed bag. With a budget chassis like this, we can overlook some minor shortcomings due to the low price. There is room for lots of hardware in the Element T, with three big bays...
By The Best Case Scenario on December 05, 2009
Personal styling tastes aside, there really isn't anything to dislike about this case. It's large, easy to use, well built and ticks pretty much every box. Of course there are some things which are done better on high-end luxury or performance...
By Legit Reviews on December 01, 2009
The Thermaltake Element T is a solid chassis with elegantly simple aesthetics and it only lacks features that cases in higher price ranges have. This is a great case for any gamer looking to build a system or upgrade an old one....
By 3dGameMan on November 03, 2009
Video Review: The Thermaltake Element T Case is a budget case, but it really has all the right ingredients. This case has lots of drive bays, hole on motherboard tray, fantastic air circulation when optional fans are installed and much more. There's...
By ThinkComputers on October 07, 2009
Overall the Thermaltake Element T has a lot of features for the price. It offers a ton of cooling options and even looks cool with the Red LED illumination. Thermaltake has thrown a screwball into the mix with this case by offering some unique and...
By Bjorn3D on September 08, 2009
The Element T chassis goes for around 75 USD, I feel this is a good starting price point for a durable no frills chassis that offers users a lot more flexibility (as far as room is concerned) for when it comes time to upgrade their...
By Overclockers Online on August 23, 2009
The Element T certainly brings a different package and look than the Element G. The Element T brings a lot of to the table when it comes to storage with six 3.5" bays and one space to mount a SSD drive. There is enough room that worries should be...
By Testfreaks on August 23, 2009
The Element T is a well designed, spacious case, it’s simple yet elegant, a nice basic case really. Most any system should fit in the Element T with no problems at all, even the largest video cards will fit without difficulty. I’m not sure...
By LanOC Reviews on August 21, 2009
Obviously the Element T is an entry level gaming case, because of that you can only expect so much. I was a little disappointed that it didn’t seem to have the features and quality of the M9 VI1000 that I reviewed a while back considering they run...
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