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Thermaltake Announces Element V Tower Chassis

Thermaltak Element V

Thermaltake has unveiled the Element V tower chassis, adding on to its Element series of gamer-centric performance tower cases. Measuring 532 x 220 x 537mm and weighing 14kg, the Element V features 12 drive bays (five 5.25″, six 3.5″ and one 2.5″), a top-side panel with four USB 2.0, one eSATA and audio connectors, pre-drilled holes for Liquid Cooling System (LCS) tubes and supports up to 8 fans (2x120mm front, 1x230mm side, 2x200mm top, 1x120mm & 2x50mm rear).

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Thermaltak Element V

Thermaltake has unveiled the Element V tower chassis,
adding on to its Element series of gamer-centric performance tower
cases. Measuring 532 x 220 x 537mm and weighing 14kg, the Element V
features 12 drive bays (five 5.25″, six 3.5″ and one 2.5″), a top-side
panel with four USB 2.0, one eSATA and audio connectors, pre-drilled
holes for Liquid Cooling System (LCS) tubes and supports up to 8 fans
(2x120mm front, 1x230mm side, 2x200mm top, 1x120mm & 2x50mm rear).

Side-panel with 230mm ColorShift Fan

Front View


Rear View


Top Side Panel

 
It
is fully compatible with all ATX, EATX and MicroATX motherboards and
comes preinstalled with 5 fans, which include a 230mm ColorShift fan.
For those who do not know, Thermaltake’s proprietary ColorShift
environmental lighting control allows users to choose the colors and
speed of their fans, adjustable via a dual-function knob on the top
front side. The Element V is available in November through popular
commercial distributors, resellers, and e-tailers at a MSRP of USD$169/
139 Euro.

News via [Tcmagazine]

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