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Thermaltake Element G Computer Case  - PCstats.com Thermaltake Element G Computer Case
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If you live in North America, you may remember the recent Gatorade commercial "What's G?". Well, that seems like the perfect phrase for what we're going to be taking a look at today; none other than the Thermaltake's newest gaming chassis, the Element G. The newly released Element G is one of three cases as a part of Thermaltake's Element Series -- along with its big brother the Element S, and its little brother, the Element T. Labeled with the tag line "Create for Pros", the Element G is a mid-tower chassis designed with the computer gamer in mind. In the highly competitive gaming chassis market, a case needs to be both aesthetically pleasing without having an overly tacky appearance, and at the same time excelling with regards to functionality. Will the Element G give us enthusiasts exactly what we've been looking for? Or will more proven cases such as the Antec Nine Hundred Two and CoolerMaster HAF 932 be better alternatives? Featuring three multi-color LED fans, 2.5" drive mounting for drives such as SSDs, and a lower PSU chamber for better thermal management, the Element G definitely sounds like feature packed chassis designed for an enthusiast system on paper. Today, we'll be the ones to examine thoroughly whether or not it is truly worthy of the tag line "Create for Pros". Read on to find out if the Element G is really worth your money.
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