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PC peripheral maker Cooler Master on Tuesday announced the launch of a new case that it says improves upon last year’s Elite 120 Advanced mini-ITX chassis with a bunch of value added features. It is clear from its spec sheet that the Elite 130, as the just launched mini ITX case is called, is definitely a little more compact and slightly lighter than the Elite 120.
But the biggest difference seems to be the fact that the Elite 130 has a full mesh front panel, which allows for greater airflow. Staying on the topic of cooling, it ships with one 120mmx25mm front fan, which can be removed to make way for a 120mm water cooling radiator, and one 80x15mm side fan.
The Elite 130 supports graphics cards up to 343mm/13.5 inch in length, up to 5 x HDDs and/or SSDs and a full-sized power supply. The complete specs are thus:
Although Amazon has it listed for $43.26, the listing states that those who order the case may have to wait anywhere from 1 to 3 months for the product to arrive.
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