Thermaltake is allowing me to have a look at another in the Element series of chassis'. If you remember from my last visit with one of the Element chassis', the Element T, I was impressed with their work. That was a budget conscious chassis design, but still offered quite a bit of bang for the buck in the mid tower segment of the market. The Element T wasn't the roomiest of chassis', but did employ some nice features such as a large opening in the side panel to maximize air flow to vital components, an adjustable PSU support and plenty of hidden space to hide those pesky wires.
This time around we get to look at a full tower from the Element line that offers a bunch more room, a ton of features and much better airflow built in. Features include multi-colored LED lighting, a three fan controller built in and a somewhat tool-less interior just to name a few, but a key feature on this chassis we are about to look at is security.
Today, Thermaltake has given us the Element V to have a look at. With every chassis in this line-up the letter after Element stands for something, or many things. In this chassis the "V" stands for five things as Thermaltake sees it. These are "voodoo" for the color shifting fans, "vivid" for the eye catching appearance, "vary" for the speed control of the fans, "ventilation" for its excellent thermal performance and "vast" because of its rather large design in which it can hold a vast amount of parts. Time to get a close look at the specifications and see if the Element V can also stand for "victory"!
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