COOLER MASTER Elite 110 RC-110-KKN2 Midnight Black Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX Tower Computer Case with Standard Size ...
Cecil H., Newegg
4 weeks ago
Pros: Nice looking and built OK
Cons: Ordered this to install a ASUS A78M-E motherboard. The four mounting holes in the case did not line up with the motherboard holes by approximately 1/16 of an inch. There is no way to move the motherboard over that amount because of a solid side panel. Cost me a total of 17 dollars to find out it ...
Summary: Don't buy this, there are other ITX cases out there that are better made.
Pros: - Compact - Was able to fit 2 SSDs and 2 HDDs inside.
Cons: - Can use a 140mm fan but only on the inner side, not where the default fan is sitting. This means you can't use a 140mm radiator. - Horrid airflow if you manage to take up all the drive bays. - Can't plug in my display cables to my projector or monitor. This makes the case entirely useless for m...
Summary: I guess I just got a defective one. Weird.
Pros: Small, cheapish, allows mounting 3x3.5" drives black. Gives you the choice of USB 2.0 or 3.0.
Cons: Mine didn't come with a power on button connected. I thought something was fishy when I pushed the button before I mounted the motherboard, and didn't feel like I was connecting to anything. When I hooked up the motherboard I found that it wouldn't light up. I took off the front plate and looked ...
Summary: For those interested, the clearance between the CPU die and the bottom of the PSU is approximately 70mm, so ensure your cooler is shorter than that. The listed maximum expansion card length (8.5") is an exact limit .You will not fit another card that is even one millimeter longer than that.
Pros: I have done builds using both this case (the 110) and its larger variant, the 130. Both cases have exceeded my expectations in terms of value, quality, and flexibility. Building inside this case has been a dream, and I now have a cool, quiet, and low-footprint media PC on my desk. The overall bui...
Cons: The only problem I can really find is that the HDD LED cable has no polarity marker. I'm pretty sure I guessed wrong and now my led is burned out. Why did they not just print the "+ -" on the cable?
Summary: Get this bad boy if you are looking for something small enough for an enclosure for a home theater PC.
Pros: This guy is quiet, even with the fan running normal fan speed. Very low profile, if you have a mobo with capacitors next to the CPU you might have problems Able to cool my i7 processor without problems.
Cons: Keeps things cool, but not as cool as a standard large cooler. May cause cooling issues if you are trying to overclock your system or your airflow from cooler air is not great. My first one had a bad capacitor but the RMA was quick and easy to take care of
Pros: I used this for my first build, I wanted something compact for the living room that could work as a multipurpose pc and it does. Its very subtile and works great with a entertainment center set up.
Cons: Not really any big ones, you have to be careful when GPU shopping because it does not support full length GPU's. I went with a stubby GTX 960 thats bairly over 6 inches but some of the high end cards are not going to fit.
Summary: I really don't want to cut some sort of hole in the side of the inside of this case for my motherboard, so I'll have to return it and get a different case.
Pros: Sturdy case, has mounting holes everywhere for everything
Cons: The mounting holes on the case and the mounting holes on my Asrock Z97M Anniversary motherboard are about half a centimeter off of each other, and I can't get the motherboard grounded properly because even though I got the screws in most of the way, I can only go so far because the motherboard is...
Summary: This case is a SMALL case. So know what you are getting into. This was my first computer build in years so I was a little nervous doing this again. So, if you do not like tight spaces, this case is not for you.
Pros: Well built. Solid. Easy access from almost all sides. A lot of room to put your MB in place despite its small size. Room for a full ATX power supply as well as room for multiple 3.5 HDD and 2.5 HDD/SDD although they do hang off the side and top of the case, which for me, was a little strange.
Cons: The case leads for the lights, power and reset buttons are well marked as what they are but they are NOT marked with + - polarization. Not sure if that really matters but for me connecting those to the MB was iffy but luckily I got it right the first time. YAY!