Thermaltake is a household name. That is, if your household is one of the growing number of households where discussion of enthusiast-level computer parts is normal. Thermaltake makes everything from cooling devices, to power supplies, to chasses, and more. This review covers the Thermaltake Element V, a full tower chassis with a multicolor personality and plenty of space inside for a high-end gaming rig. However, it’s not without its faults. Read on for the ThinkComputers review.
Specs and Features
|Case Type||Full Tower|
|Front Bezel Material||Plastic|
|Side Panel||solid w/23cm side fan|
|5.25″ Drive Bay||5|
|Ext. 3.5″ Drive Bay|
|Int. 3.5″ Drive Bay||6 |
With Additional 1 x 2.5″ HDD / SSD bay
|Front I/O Ports||USB 2.0 x 4,|
HD Audio ports,
eSATA x 1
Front (intake) :
Rear (exhaust) :
Top (exhaust) :
VGA (exhaust) :optional
Side (intake) :
|Liquid Cooling Capable||Yes- Supports 1/2” , 3/8” , 1/4” water tube|
|Liquid Cooling Embedded||No|
|Power Supply Supported||Standard ATX PSII(optional)|
|Power Supply Included||No|
|Dimension (H*W*D)||532 (H) x 220(W) x 537(L) mm|
20.9(H) x 8.7(W) x 21.1(L) in
|Net Weight||14.13 kg |
The box for this case is enormous! The stairs leading into my office area are very slim, and I could just barely get it up there. It’s very well-decorated, displaying the top’s port panel and fan controller prominently. The rear of the case highlights the color changing abilities, the airflow, and more.
Included are the case, some keys, manuals, and the essential screws.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.