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Thermaltake Element Q Small Form Factor Chassis

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Case Type Mini Case
Material SGCC
Front Bezel Material Plastic
Color Black
Side Panel No
Motherboard Support Mini ITX
Motherboard Tray No
5.25″ Drive Bay 1
3.5″ Drive Bay
  • 1x external
  • 1x Internal
PCI Slots 1
Front I/O
  • 2x USB 2.0
  • HD Audio
Cooling None
Included Power Supply 200W SFX PSU

  • 1x 20+4 Pin Motherboard Connection
  • 1x 4 Pin CPU Connection
  • 2x Molex Connection
  • 2x SATA Connection
  • 1x Floppy
Dimensions (H*W*D)
  • 120 x 220 x 330mm
  • 5.12 x 8.66 x 13 inchs
  • 2.7kg
  • 5.95lb
Warranty 3 Year


The specs show this to be a very simple case.  No Frills and nothing extraneous.  One thing that does worry me is the fact that this case comes without cooling and without the option to add cooling.  It does have side mesh but nothing moving air.  This will be something to keep in mind as to what motherboard to put in this case (Preferably one without passive cooling) and where to place the case itself (somewhere with good air flow).

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