Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced (RC-120A-KKN1 / RC-120A-WWN1)
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Very Amazing Case
Cameron Haley, Amazon
25 October 2014
Summary: Pros: Small: About as tall as my hand, wide as my forearm, and long as my forearm and arm put together Holds ATX power supply Mostly tooless design Full 5.25" Bay 2 fans pre-installed USB 3.0 Cons: None Review: This case, the Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced, is very small but can hold a full-ATX...
Summary: This was my first ITX build so I chose a name brand case. Assembly was a breeze with this case; it is huge for an ITX build. Easily takes real ATX power supply, real 3.5" hdd, and could hold a cutting edge video card.
Pros: Looks Good, Plenty Of Room, Takes ATX Power Supply
Cons: Huge For ITX MoBo Only Case, Some Slightly Shoddy Assembly From Factory, Fans Are REALLY Cheap
Summary: I used this box to build a graphics workstation with a ultra durable gigabyte mother board. The large fan behind the front cover sends air over the drives, keeping them nice and cool. Like others, i ended up removing the smaller fan in the back, which makes lots of noise but moves little air.
Summary: Lots of room to work. Its looks good and has a small footprint on my desk. My only negative is that the fit of cover could be a bit better. Thumb screw holes on cover and case structure could be better aligned.
Summary: For the cost of under 100 US, this case is the best. If water cooling is what you have in mind for the long run for your HTPC build, go for the CM 130 instead. If however you want to add in a bigger CPU cooler, put a little more and get a Corsair Obsidian Series 250D.
Summary: I was a little worried at first when I ordered this case but it has turned out to be a perfect choice for my purposes. There is plenty of room for the ITX motherboard (GA-H87N), uses a standard ATX 12V power supply (RS460-PSARI3-US), internal space for 3 3.5" drives and comes with 2.5" to 3.5"...
Summary: It's a nice mini itx case that came in almost perfect condition, the only problem was that the dust filter on the top of the case was moved out of place so I had to unbend it, but otherwise it works great!