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  • Cooler Master Elite 110 - Mini-ITX Small Form Factor Computer Case, Supports standard ATX PSU - Black, USB 3.0
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Cooler Master Elite 110 - Mini-ITX Small Form Factor Computer Case, Supports standard ATX PSU - Black, USB 3.0


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  • UPC: 884102025624
  • Weight: 7.100 lbs
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  • Media: Personal Computers
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Product Details


Product Description

Model Number
RC-110-KKN2

Available Color
Midnight Black

Materials
Appearance: polymer front mesh panel
Case body: Steel alloy
M/B Type
Mini-ITX

3.5" / SSD Drive Bays
3.5" HDD x 3,
or 3.5" HDD x 2 + SSD x 2
or 3.5" HDD x 1 + SSD x 3
or SSD x 4
I/O Panel
USB 3.0 x 2, Audio In and Out

Expansion Slots
2
Cooling System
Front: 120mm fan x 1 (installed, converted to 140mm fan x 1)
Side: 80x25mm fan x 2 (optional)

Power Supply Type
Standard ATX PS2
Maximum Compatibility
VGA card length: 210mm / 8.3 inch
CPU cooler height: 76mm / 3 inch
PSU length:
180mm/ 7.1 inch (w/ less cable management)
142mm / 5.6 inch (w/ full cable management)
Item Dimension (L"xW"xH"):
13.4 x 12.4 x 11
Weight:
11.01 lb
Warranty Information:
3 Years

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Amazon.com: 11 reviews
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great mini itx cube!! June 1 2014
By HABS - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Built an AMD apu on this case. Love it, bought a SFX psu which
let me put an H60 in push pull configuration with all noctua fans.
I mean you cant hear anything, I install an ssd over the 2 - 80mm fans
and went ahead and bought a straight sata 24" cable to better route
the cables. Im routing everything under the H60. So in general if you
plan in advance this will be a great case. I would recommend a
modular or semi-mod psu. (the less cables the best, remember this case is
small).
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Small, sturdy, and not all that pretty. Nov. 15 2014
By Jesse Staubach - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
It's a solid case in a small form factor. If you're looking at buying this you probably know about its limitations. No GPU longer than 210mm. You'll also want to make sure your PSU isn't too large. It accepts most standard ATX PSUs but getting a smaller one will open up the cable management.

On the topic of cable management...there is none. The inside isn't going to be pretty, so just place your cords in a way that promotes maximum airflow. Also, make sure you research your CPU cooler. A lot of the "low-profile" coolers will interfere with you RAM slots on your mITX board.

Overall a great case though and exactly what I wanted it to be.
Good Things Come in Small Packages March 10 2015
By Brian Bosboom - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This is one of the smallest and smartest PC cases on the market. I say that because it is close in size to an Xbox One or PS4, yet can house liquid cooling systems and fully featured PC components.

I have loaded a Sapphire R9 285 ITX card into this, along with an ATX sized Corsair 750M, plus all the usual PC components (minus a disk drive) and can tell you that it should still have room for a Corsair H80i CPU liquid cooler as well as a GPU liquid cooler to boot. At least one person on the net reported fitting all of that into the case, but I myself will only give that proposed build the benefit of the doubt.

One thing about this case that you will have to live with is the cable management factor. Even with zip tie magic and a modular PSU, the thing looks like a rat's nest inside, though that does not arguably affect its performance.

If you want a serious gaming PC case that will fit nicely into/onto a living room TV stand then this is it. As far as I can tell, the more expensive ITX cases are needlessly bigger and therefore counterintuitive to an ITX gaming PC build. For me, it is just smarter than a huge ATX case (really, what are you going to put in there?) and looks stylish or "cute" enough that a date wouldn't laugh at me if she saw me with it or if I brought it to her place.
Best ITX Case! March 23 2015
By Puff - Published on Amazon.com
GREAT case! If you are looking for a Mini-ITX case this is one of the best cases you can get.
Size wise.. it's the smallest footprint you can get and still build a beast of a machine.

The only consideration for me was the location of the USB ports being on the front left side.

Depending on the final location for the machine I would either use this case or this one. http://www.amazon.com/Fractal-Design-Mini-ITX-Computer-FD-CA-NODE-304-BL/dp/B009LHF4FO/

The Fractal Design is a bit longer, but can accommodate 6 x 3.5" hard drives vs the 3 that the Cooler Master holds.

But the Cooler Master is still my favourite ITX case.

One other thing I had a problem with was mounting the radiator for water cooling system. I used the Cooler Master Seidon 120M which I thought would mount easily.. but the screws that came with the radiator were not long enough to comfortably reach through the fan, case and into the radiator. The issue is the case not the cooler. I was able to make it reach with a little force.

In conclusion, if the USB ports on the left side are not a problem then this is the best case you can get for a ITX board.
Great mini ITX case for HTPC / SteamOS Sept. 30 2014
By StefanL - Published on Amazon.com
This is the smallest case I could find that would support a full size Geforce video card & a standard size power supply. There is no slot for an optical drive. Ventilation is excellent for such a small case & the core i5 4690 I have purchased for this case runs @ 30 degrees with a stock air cooler. All I need now is for Steam OS to get sorted out.