Thermaltake Chassis Overview

Wing RS301, ElementS & Element V

Thermaltake Chassis Overview
Thermaltake is a brand everyone is aware of, it's a starting point for many on a journey into building their first custom PC. With many an enthusiast Thermaltake is a brand that all too often is forgotten or probably more likely to be avoided. So when confronted with the prospect of reviewing 3 cases we did not know what to expect, but in true OC3D fashion we take a look at the Wing RS301, Element S and Element V cases.
Three cases in one review could not only end up confusing to follow, but be a mammoth amount of details to try and keep up with, so to keep things fresh we are going to base this review on a video that, in true Blue Peter fashion, we prepared earlier.
Video 1 - Introduction & Wing RS301
Video 2 - Element S
Video 3 - Element V & Conclusion
You can discuss the points in the videos, and the video format itself in our forums.
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Most Recent Comments

05-12-2009, 05:54:10

We take an honest and unbiased look at three case from different price points in the Thermaltake range, the Wing RS301, the Element S and the Element V.

Continue ReadingQuote

05-12-2009, 06:02:11

Element V cases, a copy from Antec Nine-Hundred but more ugly

Nothing inovative, same Thermaltake "kich"Quote

05-12-2009, 07:19:09

The Element S did suprise me with it's finish and it looks ok too.Quote

05-12-2009, 07:24:20

Ditto zak.Quote

05-12-2009, 11:57:28

I like the thermaltake V, esp the led fans that can be controlled in terms of coloQuote

05-12-2009, 18:59:18

Good roundup. Gotta admit there's definitely some similarities there to certain other cases on the market. I suppose imitation is the greatest form of flattery. Making them cheaper though is a good idea so we get similar cases for better prices and more competition is always good.

None of them were for me though.Quote

09-12-2009, 10:42:58

Havnt liked thermaltake since i got into pc's, something always wrong with there cases, i cant remember one i have ever "truely" liked, always a niggle in the design.

These news ones....just another dissapointing ripple, got help anyone who buys the Element VQuote

25-07-2010, 16:02:01

Hi I have a thermaltake case (element t) any idea where I can get a 230mm case fan in the uk ?Quote

25-07-2010, 16:11:51

Aquatuning or Kustom, may not be the exact hole spacing though.Quote

25-07-2010, 16:16:34

I will check it out now thanks

Edit: checked it out no joy closest is 225mmQuote

13-01-2012, 07:00:10

Shameless bump. This came up in conversation today and I had to watch the videos just for LOLs!Quote

13-01-2012, 07:03:17

The videos seem to have been removed :/Quote

13-01-2012, 07:26:50

I can't watch 'em.. Quote

13-01-2012, 07:29:10

Originally Posted by Lollipop View Post

I can't watch 'em..
TTL might be trolling us.Quote

13-01-2012, 07:47:35

I laughed when I read OC3D and Thermaltake Chassis in the same sentence Quote

13-01-2012, 10:12:40

Where have these videos gone to Tom? Dint tell me thermaltake have bribed you lolQuote

13-01-2012, 22:29:41

i still got my armor+ case at the time it was the best thing on the market then came the cosmos which changed everything lolQuote

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