Budget cases are all the rage right now, with $30 enclosures sporting a variety of fans and features for those who want good cooling and aren’t concerned about the extra features the high end cases offer.  That doesn’t mean that high end cases are done, a market of devotees still exists to buy cases like the Thermaltake Element V.  You can fit up to 8 fans on this case, ranging from 50mm fans devoted to moving air over your GPU to a monstrous 230mm side fan, plus it supports 3 different diameter tubing if you want to watercool your system with an external radiator.  There are more features to this case that you can read about in Bjorn3D’s review; even an optional cup holder.

“Being around for a decade, Thermaltake is well known as a dependable manufacturer for performance computer parts, particularly chassis. Thermaltake has a tendency to go the one extra step in innovation to make sure its name stands out from the others. With their latest ‘created for pros’ Element line, this attribute definitely stands true.

At the top of this line, the Element V sports an imaginative cooling system, a vast area for holding drives, and a highly sturdy structure. This full tower case is created with a strong steel architecture, painted matte black. Because of its material, the Element V has a weight that is comparable to a bulldozer, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Its tank-like features only add to the V’s”

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