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View Poll Results: Which Cooler Master Elite ITX Case do you own?
Elite 100 3 1.28%
Elite 110 58 24.79%
Elite 120 Advanced 34 14.53%
Elite 120 Advanced White 4 1.71%
Elite 130 135 57.69%
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post #1 of 1023 (permalink) Old 12-19-2013, 06:42 AM - Thread Starter
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This is the Cooler Master Elite M-ITX Case Owners club, the Elite M-ITX series includes;


Cooler Master Elite 100 (Click to show)

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  • An ultra slim chassis accommodates both micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards
  • Multi-device support
  • Excellently cooled slim enclosure to support up to 65W CPU
  • Passive mini-ITX case with silent constructional design
  • Flex ATX 150W with Active PFC included
  • Front I/O panel for easy access (including USB 2.0 x 2 and HD audio)

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Cooler Master Elite 110 (Click to show)

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  • The mini-ITX case with front mesh panel and vents on the top and side panels for better airflow
  • One 120mm fan in the front (included) and Two 80mm fan on the side (optional)
  • Dual Super Speed USB 3.0
  • Supports a 120mm radiator in the front
  • Supports standard length ATX PSU up to 180mm
  • Supports graphic card length up to 210mm
  • Ample storage – up to 3 HDDs / 4 SSDs

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Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced (Click to show)

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  • Unprecedented airflow for a Mini-ITX case
  • 1/3 the size of a standard case
  • Supports standard length ATX PSUs with innovative rear mount
  • Supports ultra high-end VGA’s (HD7990/GTX690)
  • Stylish aluminum front panel
  • USB 3.0 Super Speed Support
  • Features a full Size 5.25” drive bay
  • Supports up to 3 x 3.5” / 4 x 2.5” HDD/SSD (converted from two 3.5" HDD bays)

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  • According to a Cooler Master rep the front panel from a Elite 130 can be fitted to an Elite 120 Advanced: Link

Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced White (Click to show)

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  • Unprecedented airflow for a Mini-ITX case
  • 1/3 the size of a standard case
  • Supports standard length ATX PSUs with innovative rear mount
  • Supports ultra high-end VGA’s (HD7990/GTX690)
  • Stylish aluminum front panel
  • USB 3.0 Super Speed Support
  • Features a full Size 5.25” drive bay
  • Supports up to 3 x 3.5” / 4 x 2.5” HDD/SSD (converted from two 3.5" HDD bays)
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  • Only the front and lid of the white revision are in fact white, the internal frame is the exact same frame used in the standard black revision.

Cooler Master Elite 130 (Click to show)

Specifications (Click to show)
  • Unprecedented airflow for a Mini-ITX case with front mesh panel and vents on the top and side panels
  • Dual Super Speed USB 3.0
  • Supports a 120mm radiator in the front
  • Supports standard length ATX PSU
  • Supports ultra high-end graphics card up to 343mm / 13.5 inch, such as AMD HD7990 and NVIDIA GTX690
  • Ample storage – up to 1 ODD / 3 HDDs / 5 SSDs

Product Sheet | Manual
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Corsair H80 (HuwSharpe)
Cooler Master Seidon 120m (rizmo)

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  • Some images feature a grommet above the PCI slots at the rear of the case, this seems to have been a development idea that was not introduced to the final product.

Cooler Master Elite 110, 120, 130 Size Comparison (Click to show)


To join the owners club simply post a photo of your Elite M-ITX case and request "ADD ME" stating the name of your build.

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The best of the Elite M-ITX customisations (Click to show)





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post #2 of 1023 (permalink) Old 12-19-2013, 09:38 AM
 
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Cool, now we have a club. I will delete the one that i created and this will be the official club:D
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A note to anyone planning on replacing the feet on the Elite 130, the feet mounting holes are roughly 7mm in diameter, i suspect the 110 is the same and possibly the 120. The stock feet are easily removed and on my Elite 130 have been replaced with Pulse Modding Aluminium Case Feet, though the holes needed widening slightly to do this.



Replacing the feet makes the case feel so much sturdier, previously when pressing the power button the whole case would slide back on the desk due to the cheap plastic of the stock feet. Ideally i may have liked to have repositioned the position of the feet, but doing so would have been more trouble than it would be worth.
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In like flynn. biggrin.gif I will post up some pics later. biggrin.gif



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Woah that's awesome! Do you find yourself scratching the floor or table with those case feet?

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They are some serious feet =)

As cases get smaller cable management certainly gets trickier, really i need a new fully modular PSU, but for now i shall have to make do. Here's a few photos of the build thus far and my attempts to manage the cables.



Edit: Internal cold cathodes added, though only the front ones are controlled by the Bitfienix Recon, for now.

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Ah man your cable management is super clean. I've yet to clean mine up, I was in a rush to just start playing Battlefield 4 so I just threw it all in there. Here are some pics of my setup:

I feel like the only thing missing from these cases are built in/optional fan filters. I ended up buying some Demciflex filters to keep the dust out. The filters are magnetic and stick easily to the case. I'll admit it's not exactly the most aesthetically pleasing look with those fan filters just stuck on there but the case is out of sight most of the time anyway.

You can buy the filters here:

http://www.demcifilter.com/c211/ELITE-130-MINI-ITX.aspx




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I just chop shopped my cm elite 120 case last night. I couldn't deal with try yo have a water cooling build and also not being able to see my rig... It was also much louder than I expected... Back to atx mid for my Christmas gift! It was a fun case while it lasted! Quite a challenge!


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Woah that's awesome! Do you find yourself scratching the floor or table with those case feet?

Thanks manm, your project is awesome too thumb.gif

These feet, on true are Spykes from Viablue, and it have a feet protection to not scratch the surface and suppress the vibrations.

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