Coolermaster Elite 360 Mid Tower Case
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- Front PSU vent provides superior ventilation to maintain constant cooling
- Tool-free drive bays for quick and easy setup
- Top I/O panel provides easy access for users
- Cable management design for better cable routing and neatness
- Able to place vertically or horizontally for users to manage the space in different ways
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Elite 360 (RC-360) is a mini-tower that accommodates micro-ATX and ATX motherboards, built with a modern black design. This chassis maintains Elite's pedigree of compact-sized and quality build that would look great in any space. Elite 360 maintains a quiet environment while providing the option of adding 80mm bottom and rear fans, 120mm top and side fans to provide the best ventilation possible for a compact system.
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Top Customer Reviews
The drive bays have a screwless design, allowing for quich changes of HDDs, CD/DVD/BD drives and FDD/card readers. I don't think it's too flimsy, it does have a bit of play(not on HDDs though), but during any normal transport nothing will come out. In fact, the G forces must be high enough to tare it apart or deform it for a drive to come loose. Only downside is annoyance, but I can live with 1mm play.
I like the rotating CM badge, because it does not damage the look of the case when on its side(which is how I use it to save space). Having the case on its side, I have a 17in LCD monitor on top and it's strong enough to hold it with only limited flex(characteristic of low budget cases). I also flipped the now side fan to draw air in for better airflow around the CPU and NB/SB.
Installation of components was really easy, much like any other case, board is screwed down, PSU is screwed in. Drives were easy to install using the screwless design and a GPU fit right in at the back. I then secured it with a screw.
The cable management is good, but more space could be allowed at the back. One of the molex leads was getting in the way at some point(my fault really, there was more than enough space under the PSU), which caused the back panel to flex out significantly, but I sorted it out before permanent damage.Read more ›
I have recently moved flat and space wasnt exactly at a premium so decided to rehouse my old pc which was in a massive advent centurion case. The coolermaster 360 simply blew me away, the pictures really do not do it justice as it is really slick and stylish looking when you take it out of the box.
With regards to installation the only real problem I had was the front panel pins all being seperate and fiddly to put in (I would advise you connect these first) and I had originally put them in the wrong order which led to the power switch not working. After consulting my mobo manual and some nifty finger work I'm all set up and running like a charm. Overall stripping my old pc and moving to this one took just over 2 hours (ironically the oversized advent case was a nightmare to get components out).
I am still working on cable management to make the inside a little easier on the eye and will be adding another 120mm fan in the future to aid air circulation.
Lastly for those who are worrying about space for the graphics card I managed to fit in my gtx 460 1gb however there is little room to spare due to the power connectors being at the end of the card. This may be a deal breaker for some but as mentioned above this really isnt a case for hardcore gamers.
Anyway hope this review helps in some way. If you want more info on the case then ask away and I'll see if I can answer.
Since I bought this specifically for the fact it is smaller than the big towers, I find the space inside just right, though, as mentioned by others here, if you need to have crazy big coolers this may not be for you. In my case I'm using the stock intel cooler and have bags of room.
The case comes with a nice big 12cm fan already installed on the top (when in tower position). The drives go in on sliders so no screws necessary for them. Unlike some other cases in this and higher price ranges there are no sharp edges inside which is a boon to those of us who like our skin intact - I've worked with cases before that were like some kind of trap from the Saw films.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This case is really compact outside and light and very small inside, I am overall happy with this as that's what I was looking for, don't assume that the quality is good too... Read morePublished on 2 Aug. 2012 by madmanbass
I Bought this small form case to sit behind my TV as HTPC and its works great, its well built but I would recommend a micro ATX Mobo as its quite a tight fit to get everything in... Read morePublished on 11 Feb. 2012 by Bakerboy
Bought this to use with an Asus GeForce GTX 560Ti, which unfortunately didn't fit as I should have read an earlier reviewer's comments on the subject stating this. Read morePublished on 5 Feb. 2012 by Dima
I got this for my first ever build. The size was the most important thing to me, and fits nicely where I needed it to as I expected. Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2011 by cptdean
Good buy for every day computing as it is both stylish and functional so 4/5.
-Due to the sideways disk drives has a cool slim... Read more
I bought this case to shrink down my old full ATX computer to make it into a HTPC and all I can say is that I am impressed! Read morePublished on 16 Feb. 2011 by John Dean
This is an excellent unit for what you pay,I have been searching for ages for a media center case that will house a corsair h50 water cooling system,this unit manages this and was... Read morePublished on 30 Jan. 2011 by scorpio