Thermaltake will be unveiling its Element V nVidia Edition Chassis at CES2010 next week.
Thermaltake will be unveiling its Element V nVidia Edition Chassis at CES2010 next week. Designed in collaboration with nVidia, the chassis is compatible with
nVidia’s next generation Fermi-based graphic solutions.
Measuring 532 x
220 x 537mm and weighing around 14kg, it has eleven 5.25″ drive bays
(configurable to six 3.5″ hard disks), one 2.5″ HDD/SDD bay, a top-side
panel with four USB 2.0, one eSATA and audio connectors, pre-drilled
holes for Liquid Cooling System (LCS) tubes, and an integrated fan (and
light) controller. It is able to support up to 8 fans (2x120mm front,
1x230mm side, 2x200mm top, 1x120mm & 2x50mm rear) and is fully
compatible with all mini ATX, full ATX and extended ATX motherboards.
The Element V nVidia Edition also features a graphic card air duct
designed by Thermaltake and nVidia engineers, providing additional
cooling for a 3-way SLI or Quad SLI setup. Pricing and availability has
not been announced yet so stay tuned for more updates.
News via [Guru3D]