Wednesday, January 8th 2014

Cooler Master Announces the Elite 110 Mini-ITX PC Case

Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, to releases the Elite 110 mini cube compact chassis in North America.

Never Compromise
Elite 110 is the most compact fully featured Mini-ITX chassis. A full breathable mesh front panel holds space beneath it for a powerful 120 mm All-in-One watercooling radiator. Elite 110 Mini Cube is engineered to fit in the minutest spaces while maintaining support for premium hardware. A pleasing, conservative design helps Elite 110 blend into any home environment.

Intelligent and Efficient Design
Offering no compromises, Elite 110 is built with an intelligent use of internal space. Mid to high-end graphics cards up to 210 mm long can be accommodated easily. A simple, yet effective rear PSU bracket allows Elite 110 owners to easily install long power supplies up to 180 mm long. Despite its miniature size, Elite 110 can support a full three hard drives or four SSDs. Elite 110 Mini Cube features full force cooling with its included 120 mm front intake fan (compatible with 140 mm fans), and 2 x 80 mm optional side fans.

Users needing quick access to ports will find a rich front I/O panel with two Super Speed USB 3.0 ports and audio in/out.

Elite 110 is available now.
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6 Comments on Cooler Master Announces the Elite 110 Mini-ITX PC Case

#1
Sempron Guy


Already had this a few months ago, had a friend bought it in China . Pretty decent case, no complains so far :D
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huguberhart
by: Sempron Guy

Already had this a few months ago, had a friend bought it in China . Pretty decent case, no complains so far :D
Does the PSU mounting come as two brackets. One 'flat' for short PSUs and one extnded as in your picture for longer PSUs?

How are those 80 mm fans?
For limited components I see purpose in 525 bay in Lian Li cases for fan controllers or monitoring device.
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#3
happita
This is awesome. Mini-ITX cases designed for HTPCs were somewhat popular with the Home Theater/TV Gamer, but now since Steamboxes are abound, these smaller cases are influencing the shift into living room computing in a big way. Good stuff.
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#4
erixx
by: happita
This is awesome. Mini-ITX cases designed for HTPCs were somewhat popular with the Home Theater/TV Gamer, but now since Steamboxes are abound, these smaller cases are influencing the shift into living room computing in a big way. Good stuff.
YEAH!!!!

W1zz and Co.: We need a poll "Do you (mainly) game from sofa in living room or cabinet desktop+chair?"

:)
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Sempron Guy
by: Sempron Guy


Already had this a few months ago, had a friend bought it in China . Pretty decent case, no complains so far :D
nope only one bracket. I did not install any 80mm ( too noisy ). Installed a 120mm fan at the front and had it as intake.
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#6
xrM
Any more shots of your build? :D
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