Thermaltake Element V Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Thermaltake Element V Reviews13
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|Tweak Town||93%||Mar 03 '10|
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"Thermaltake provides satisfaction yet again with its newest in the Element line. The Element V features great air flow and pleasurable cable management."
"Element V is a good product for the user that wants a full-tower case with several different features, especially the fan speed/color control. A better attention could be given to small details on the aesthetic side, especially on the holes for liquid cooling solutions (which need to be broken) and to the rear panel and the interior, which are not painted black like it happens on Element G and Element S. It also could cost a little bit less, and its price is the main reason we are giving it our Silver Award instead of our Golden Award."
"Overall, if you are looking for a sleek case that is well built with all the essential features included, the Thermaltake Element V is certainly worth checking out. Furthermore, with a price tag of just $155 US, this is a full tower chassis for the mainstream that should see users through multiple upgrades."
"The Thermaltake Element V combines smooth dark aesthetics with light accents to create a beautiful, yet functional, case."
"Overall, with a price point of $149, the Thermaltake Element V case does the job and more. Expansion is a priority and this case delivers that in spades as well with 11 drive bays for expansion, nice."