Cooler Master Announces Elite 120 Advanced Mini-ITX Case

The Elite 120 Advanced is designed for Mini ITX boards and can accommodate full-size ATX power supply units, high-end graphics cards with a length of up to 343 mm (which would cover AIBs such as the Radeon HD7990 or GeForceGTX 690), one 5.25-inch optical drive as well as up to three 3.5-inch or up to four 2.5-inch HDDs or SSDs.

According to the manufacturer, the volume of the case is only one third the size of a standard case, but the airflow design and three fans (one 120 mm front fan, one 80 mm side fan and one 120 mm HDD fan) manage to keep the inside "cool and quiet." The black case features a brushed aluminum front, and weighs 7.3 lbs.

There was no information on price and availability of this case.

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  • thety6on
    killerclickCoolermaster are crap. They're the McDonalds of cases/cooling. A couple of their high-end cases are good (and they better be considering how much they cost), but everything else is mediocre at best. They invest too much in advertising and not nearly enough in product quality.


    I strongly disagree bruh. Ever heard of the hyper 212+?
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  • merikafyeah
    That would make for the sweetest HTPC case I've seen to date. Also perfect for a compact office PC. The only thing preventing it from being a killer enthusiast PC as well would be the fact that mini-ITX motherboards lack the necessary voltage regulators for higher overclocks. Other than that, it would also make for the perfect compact gaming PC.
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  • molo9000
    The front looks uuuuuuugly but the internals are pretty good.

    merikafyeahThat would make for the sweetest HTPC case I've seen to date. Also perfect for a compact office PC. The only thing preventing it from being a killer enthusiast PC as well would be the fact that mini-ITX motherboards lack the necessary voltage regulators for higher overclocks. Other than that, it would also make for the perfect compact gaming PC.


    High overclocks? Small HTPC cases are difficult to keep cool&quiet anyway.
    Low noise is much more important than a few percent more performance.
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  • killerclick
    Coolermaster are crap. They're the McDonalds of cases/cooling. A couple of their high-end cases are good (and they better be considering how much they cost), but everything else is mediocre at best. They invest too much in advertising and not nearly enough in product quality.
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