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titleMy first computer chassis was the Cooler Master Cosmos, a behemoth I lugged proudly from home to LAN party and back again. Large, full towers are what first come to my mind when I think of Cooler Master cases, despite transplanting my LAN rig into the Cooler Master Scout, which coincidently is used as an HTPC when I’m home. Cooler Master has offered the Elite 100 as a mini ITX HTPC solution, but its thin, vertical form factor prevents it from dual-serving as a LAN rig. Can the Elite 120 Advanced meet both needs?

Product Name: Elite 120

Review Sample Provided by: Cooler Master

Written by: Adam

Pictures by: Adam

Specifications

Available Color Black
Materials Appearance: Aluminum & Polymer front 
Case body: Steel Alloy
Dimension (W / H / D) 240 x 207.4 x 401.4mm / 9.4 x 8.2 x 15.8 inch
Net Weight 3.3 kg / 7.3 lbs
M/B Type Mini-ITX
5.25" Drive Bays 1
3.5" Drive Bays 3 (internal)
2.5" Drive Bays 4 (internal, converted from two 3.5” bays)
I/O Panel USB 3.0 x 1 (internal), USB 2.0 x 2, Mic x 1,
Audio x 1 (supports AC97 / HD Audio)
Expansion Slots 2
Cooling System Front: 120mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 19dBA
Side: 80x15mm fan x 1, 2000 RPM, 20dBA 
HDD: 120x25mm fan x 1 (optional)
Power Supply Type Standard ATX PS2
Maximum Compatibility VGA card length:343.0mm / 13.5 inch
CPU cooler height: 65.0mm / 2.5 inch

 

 

 

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #28220 13 Oct 2012 00:20
A Mini ITX case from Cooler Master that costs less than $50 and will fit just about anything.

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