Thermaltake Element G Gaming Case ReviewThu, Dec 03, 2009 - 12:00 AM
Final Thoughts and Conclusion
One feature that I found extremely useful is the ability to remove the hard drive cage. Removing it during the assembly of the system gave me a lot more room to work. It is simple to remove; just remove the thumb screws, release the tabs that secure it and slide it out.
One of the last features that I want to cover is the Touchcolor fans. While not my cup of tea, I must admit they are pretty sharp. The only way to give them justice is a short video, so that is what I did.
As you can see from watching the video there are six different lighting options (including no lights). You can toggle between them by depressing the fan controller knob on the top of the case.
Legit Bottom Line: Coming in at an MSRP of $149.99, this isn’t the lowest cost case on the market; it’s also not the highest price tag I have seen. You are definitely spending your money on a quality product.