Cooler Master Announces the Elite 110 Mini-ITX PC Case

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Cooler Master, a global leader in all things PC related, has announced a new addition to it chassis lineup in the Mini-ITX flavor dubbed the Elite 110.

Chino, California – January 8th, 2014 – 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 120mm 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 210mm long can be accommodated easily. A simple, yet effective rear PSU bracket allows Elite 110 owners to easily install long power supplies up to 180mm 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 120mm front intake fan (compatible with 140mm fans), and 2 x 80mm 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. Price and availability may vary by region. This release is for North America region(s) only. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information.

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Source: Cooler Master

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