With the Elite 130 being such a small case, the box that it came in was equally small. The box really didn’t have much room on it for any fancy artwork. One side of the box had a line drawing of the Elite 130 and the other side (pictured) had a full specification listing. That specification listing is more important on a small case like this because before you take it home you want to make sure that your power supply, video card, and heatsink will fit in the case. Cooler Master did make sure to include all of that information and more.

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Inside, the Elite 130 was wrapped up in a plastic bag to prevent scratches and secured with Styrofoam on both sides to protect it from damage from being dropped. The box actually came in with a large dent/rip in the side but to the credit of the foam the case had no damage. 

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Alongside of the case you also get a small installation guide.

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Inside of the case Cooler Master included a small resealable plastic bag with all of the motherboard standoffs, screws, zip ties, and a speaker for your motherboards front I/O.

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garfi3ld replied the topic: #34685 30 Apr 2014 17:36
Guess what day it is! Hump Day!

Today I take a look at a Mini-ITX case from Cooler Master, enjoy.
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Sideout replied the topic: #34686 01 May 2014 16:05
I purchased this case for an ITX build for the wife. She will be sporting it at NeXus LAN this weekend.

** I was wrong I bought the Elite 110 not the 130. Still a nice case.

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