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Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced Computer Case 'Mini-ITX, USB 3.0, Mesh Side Panel' RC-120A-KKN1
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- Unprecedented airflow for a Mini-ITX case
- 1/3 the size of a standard case
- Supports standard length ATX PSUs with innovative rear mount
- Supports Ultra High-End VGA's (HD7990/GTX690)
- Stylish Aluminum front panel
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|Colour||Elite 120 Adv||Mesh Front||- black||Black||SST-SG11B||Black|
|Item Dimensions||40.14 x 24 x 20.74 cm||28.19 x 26.16 x 20.83 cm||31.5 x 26 x 19 cm||32 x 42.4 x 33.6 cm||40.4 x 26.7 x 21 cm||10 x 3 x 10 cm|
|Item Weight||5.62 kg||2.68 kg||—||7 kg||4.45 kg||4.4 kg|
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The Elite 120 Advanced is an ultra-compact case with support for full size high-end desktop components. Other than conventional Mini ITX cases, the Elite 120 Advanced supports more affordable, quiet, efficient and easily available full size ATX PSU’s. It can accommodate even the largest ultra-high-end VGAs, a 5.25” optical drive and up to 5 HDDs or SSDs.
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Elite 120 Advance - Black Edition
Small and Stylish
The Cooler Master Elite 120 Advanced is an ultra compact case with support for full size high-end desktop components than conventional Mini ITX cases.
It can accommodate even the largest ultra high-end VGAs, a 5.25" optical drive and up to 5 HDDs or SSDs. Thanks to a smart airflow system featuring 3 fans it manages to still keep the system cool and quiet.
Supports High-End Component
Supports most ultra high-end VGAs.
Supports Full ATX PSU
The Elite 120 Advanced supports more affordable, quiet, efficient and easily available full size ATX PSUs.
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It can take a ATX PSU which sits above the CPU and is just ok for the newer coolest running new CPUs with normal air fans.
The 5.25" wide CD caddy has wasted space of 1" either side and underneath where excess PSU cables and front case cables reside.
Strong case with middle handle inside. I would recommend assembling your PC on the floor as the PSU needs temporary support when building.
Basic steps for this small case are:-
1. Assemble CPU + Cooler + RAM
2. Insert mobo 4 screws - wire everything up to mobo inc PSU
3. Slide PSU in at side
4. Add GPU (maybe)
5. Tidy cables
6. Add CD
That's it and reverse order to undo.
Went well with ASRock mobo and Ryzen.
Can stick up to a 120mm water cooler or a slimhero 120mm, the cooler height is 54mm but my slimhero was 59mm with HS and fitted easily with about 5mm room to spare, so this probably only counts the visible diameter.
I have water cooling in it, a hard drive on the side, a barely lying SSD inside the case, a ATX Be quiet 700w 80+ silver PSU, and a mini-ITX mobo, a AMD Ryzen AM4 one, Biostar X370GTN Racing REV.5.0 with R3 2200G and a full sized dual fan Sapphire RX 470 NITRO+ 4GB Hynix.
It is hard to put i/o shield on in my case - but everything is functional, came with 4 standoffs, thumbscrews, screws i used for standoffs for my full ATX Crosshair VI Hero ASUS PC in a other, NZXT case.
Still has a optical bay free after all this, so you can either get a 5.25 rack with more SATA SSDs, or get a optical drive, and either leave SSD laying around like i do inside the case (with this little room it's not really going to run away let's be honest) it's a good case, or m/2 drive and optical drive either way.
I had a optical drive - accidentally killed it due to my mobo's cheap sata cable, might add one soon again. The front fan has a filter which can be taken off but got ripped off a bit. Part of that case is plastic that part but most and rest is definitely solid.
I believe that you could get a full-size graphics card within it, but I wouldn't recommend it since I am using a lot of that space for managing my cables. I would rely on an intel chip with hd4600 graphics or better.
I managed to fit 2 x 3.5 inch "traditional" hdds and 2 x SSDs using a single stackable adapter:
I don't hear any rattling/vibrations and is silent. Since it fits a full-size PSU, you can buy a quiet PSU very cheaply. To get a silent SFX form factor PSU, you have to spend quite a bit more.
If you are going to use a custom cooler, make sure to use a "low profile" one, such as Noctua NH-L9i because the PSU is directly above.
The case is light (primarily because it's so little).
The only thing I didn't like are the mounting brackets which unlike my Antec ones, do not have "inlets" for my screws to neatly screw into, so I am not bothering to use screws. This means the brackets fall off immediately upon pulling drive out.
Just a few minor complaints:
There is a gap above the expansion port slots on the back where spiders could get in, my previous case had a small bracket to prevent that.
Only a single USB 3 port on the front yet the motherboard header supports two, so you actually waste a USB 3 port. My motherboard doesn't have the header anyway though so I had to buy an adapter cable to plug it into a normal port on the back. Would have been nice if they included this cable.
My biggest complaint though is that the side venting fan is REALLY noisy, so much so I may contact Cooler Master about it. Its particularly a problem as the auto fan speed control doesn't seem to work on my motherboard.
If it weren't for the above issues I would have given this five stars.