Thermaltake Technology plans to demonstrate Element V computer case in CES

Press Service Company Thermaltake Technology announced plans to demonstrate at the opening on January 7 in Las Vegas, International CES 2010 a modified version of high-quality computer case Element V form factor Full Tower, named NVIDIA Edition.

Reportedly, this version has been developed in close collaboration with engineers of the famous California electronics giant, and has successfully passed the certification of readiness for installation of graphics cards NVIDIA, built on the architecture of the new generation, code-named Fermi (possible to create configurations, 3-Way SLI and Quad SLI). It is also noted that, unlike the standard model, the upgraded modification, in addition to a full set of fans, and even equipped with special air vent, providing additional cooling of the region of the video. Notably, instead of red accents in the design of products used in green, are more consistent with the spirit of NVIDIA.

On the alleged costs and the likely timing of the above-described product on the market yet nothing is known.

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