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Old 9th June 2009, 12:16   #1
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Default Thermaltake Element S Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case Review

This chassis will particularly appeal to users who demand massive storage capacity in their machines. With room for seven HDDs, the Element S can be easily outfitted into a storage monster. Hell, you can even add a couple of laptop hardies if you want.

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since when is 7xHDDs a "storage monster" ... ?
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I dunno if I'd call it a "storage monster" really but I really like the overall look and funtionality of this case. Seems TT has done a pretty decent job. I look forward to reading some reviews on other sites to see how they measure up.

I think the features accompanying this case would give the CM690 a run for its money, if the buy doesnt mind shelling out the extra cash that is.
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I agree with you , at Cebit the Element S did speak more to me than any of their other usual bling bling cases; it was also a more original design, with a more classic look; although some versions of the Element to tend to bend towards the bling bling again too with the large fan speed knob and grill.
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