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    Today we’re going to be taking an up close and personal look at the new Element T mid-tower case by Thermaltake, the third in Thermaltake’s Element lineup. The Element T is the value option, currently listed with a price tag of about $75. But what about features and functionality? Let's take a peek at what this gamer-oriented mid-tower case has to offer.






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    Alan, you did a great job, Thanks!

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    Thanks Guys!
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    Nice review. And nice case also, it`s number 1 compared to my no-name one

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