Thermaltake Element G Case

Article Index
Thermaltake Element G Case
Case Features, Specs and Closer Look
Installation and Final Thoughts

Product: Thermaltake Element G Mid-Tower Case
Provided By: Thermaltake USA
Price: Find Lowest Price Online

 

Introduction:

I'm not typically the case reviewer here at BCCHardware so it has been a nice change lately to mix things up with a few nice cases on my bench.  Today I am looking at the Thermaltake Element G Mid-Tower case that brags about lots of storage capacity.  There are currently five cases in the "Element" line from Thermaltake and the "G" comes right in the middle of the pack.  The Element Series is geared for "Pros" so it will be interesting to see what sets this case apart from other non-pro cases.  Stay tuned and we'll jump right into the fray.

 Box

First Look & Accessories:

Thermaltake is not new to the case market and they've had a lot of experience to get things right.  I remember back when I saw the first Xaser case - the thing was a beautiful monster.  It probably had a lot of issues, but I remember the guy who paid $200 for it was pretty happy.  The Element G isn't the first Element from the series and hopefully they've taken some early suggestions to heart and we have a pleasant experience with this unit.

 Front Side Profile
Front Side Profile
Rear Side Profile
Rear Side Profile

 

The Thermaltake Element G is a good looking case and ventilation is one of the things they obviously were concerned with on this beast.  As you can see in the front and rear pictures of this case below, they have very large fans and lots of holes for unimpeded airflow. Included in the bundle are the standard screws along with a couple of brackets for standard 120mm fans.

 Front & Back
Front & Back
Bundle
Bundle

 

Now that we've covered a bit of this case on the outside, we'll take some of the case features and specifications before we take a closer look.