Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Elite 430 (RC-430)
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Good, sturdy, reliable case for the price.
7 December 2014
Summary: Pros: Sleek case! Painted all black inside. The actual case is light compared to other mid tower cases, and the material feels sturdy and durable. The fan in the front adds a nice touch. Clear side panel looks great. Plenty of room inside, and plenty of expansion bays on the header. Case design and airflow for this case is ingenious. Cons: Cable management may be a pain, as there are limited routing options.
Summary: One step up from a boring design, with all the bells and whistle's you'd really look for. Its not the best case you could come across, but its great for the price. Works well with mid-range budget builds that demand a little bit of style.
Summary: This is a great Case for the price the only proble is that you will have a hard time with cable managment caouse of no space in the rare door, But besides that, comfortable and a holly beauty, Don't You doubt about buying this Beauty
Summary: Its not the best case ever, but the price is right. I some times feel like the metal is no thicker than a soda can, but it does seem to hold up. There are places to put case fans all over this, so you will not have an over heated case for sure. No grip for what I spent.
Summary: This computer case has to be one of the coolest cases on the market. I enjoy the fact that i can install my Western digital hardrive easy because of the neat lock and unlock features on the case. One major problem I have is that it cant fit my xfx 6670 graphics card. I installed it but it doesn't fit all the way. Hope the others don't have the same problem, I recommend to buy this!
Only complaint: the USB / audio ports on the front
Steph M, Amazon
2 January 2014
Summary: I am a first-time home builder and have only been using the case a few days, so take my review for what it's worth. It was super easy to put everything into the case - the case is well labeled as far as which screw holds to use for ATX/micro motherboards (we used a mid-ATX board for my build and it wasn't labeled as well for that, but the fact that it was there at all was pretty impressive).