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post #11 of 18
Hmmm... Based from this specs, they decided to keep the 80mm side fan.
Other than the mesh and minor internal layout revamp, nothing much had changed.
Did they decide to ditch the PSU back plating and extend the whole chassis instead?
post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by PoorGoblin View Post

Hmmm... Based from this specs, they decided to keep the 80mm side fan.
Other than the mesh and minor internal layout revamp, nothing much had changed.
Did they decide to ditch the PSU back plating and extend the whole chassis instead?
But the PSU back plating was the special thing of the case :/
post #13 of 18
Anyone got a release date on this case?
post #14 of 18
I have a 120 and my two big gripes are the front fan and the psu sticking out the back. Seems like they have fixed those issues with the 130 and made it more HAF-like smile.gif

Good thing I only paid $30 for my temporary elite 120 smile.gif
 
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Originally Posted by cgg123321 View Post

I have a 120 and my two big gripes are the front fan and the psu sticking out the back. Seems like they have fixed those issues with the 130 and made it more HAF-like smile.gif

Good thing I only paid $30 for my temporary elite 120 smile.gif

I actually like the PSU sticking out the back. You usually have usb cables hanging out the back with long connections anyway so the PSU isn't really taking up any more room really IMHO.

I agree with the front fan however. It's starved for air! And yep, looks like the 130 took care of that.

I'm most exited that you can mount a liquid cooler without modding. That's awesome! Oh and the SSD mounts in the optical drive bay looks excellent.
post #16 of 18
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A better look at the 130.

130 unboxing
Edited by andydviking - 8/16/13 at 12:56pm
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post #18 of 18
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1416252/cooler-master-elite-130

more talk about it

Thank you. I missed that other thread.
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