Thermaltake Element Q

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About the Product

The Element Q is a SFF case featureing 1 5.25" bays, and 2 3.5" drive bays (1 internal). In addition, it offers 1 slots for expansion, and supports mini ITX motherboards. It measures 220 x 130 x 330 mm. 200W PSU included.

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Thermaltake Element Q Reviews Rating: 89 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Benchmark Reviews 8.85/10 Jun 02 '10
OCModShop  --- Dec 10 '10
Tech Report  --- Aug 25 '11
Techware Labs  --- Apr 29 '12
Tweak Town 92%
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"Benchmark Reviews recommends the Thermaltake Element Q for those who want to build an inexpensive HTPC system without changing or adding an extra price for small-sized units. As you can reduce they..."

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OCModShop on

"The case is well-built, like many of ThermalTake's products, and is pretty easy to work in if you follow common-sense procedures and route everything properly. The case is rather inexpensive for a..."

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"If you're in the market for a cheap small-form-factor system based around an Atom or Brazos platform, the Element Q is definitely worth a look. I could see filling one with a Zacate-based..."

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"If you’re looking for a budget small form factor chassis to setup a HTPC the Thermaltake Element Q is worth the look. For $80 (at time of writing) you get both the Chassis and the PSU: not a bad..."

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"This chassis has been on the market for a while now, so getting one anywhere Thermaltake is carried will be easy. When the chassis was first released it had an MSRP of $80 and with what I found it..."

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