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Elite 341 mATX w/ Color Box

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  • Weight: 10.50 Lbs
  • UPC: 884102003318
  • Vendor Part #: RC-341C-KKN1-GPRC-341C-KKN1-GP
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Description

The Elite 341, characteristic of it superior thermal solution, is now presenting yet another mini tower case - Elite 341. Following eminent traditions from the Elite series, Elite 341 is equipped with a 120mm rear fan, offering the best ventilation while maintaining silent cooling solution. The mechanical design of the side panel and retaining keyholes for Kensington security lock are special features of Elite 341 for better protection of your PC.

ManufacturerCooler Master Co., Ltd
Manufacturer Part NumberRC-341C-KKN1-GP
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.coolermaster.com
Brand NameCooler Master
Product LineElite
Product Model341
Product NameElite 341 Chassis
Product TypeSystem Cabinet
Product UPC0884102003318
Technical Information:
Motherboard SupportMicro ATX
Number of Fans Support4
Number of Fans Install1
Bays:
Number of External 5.25" Bays2
Number of External 3.5" Bays2
Number of Internal 3.5" Bays2
Number of Total Bays6
Interfaces/Ports:
Interfaces/Ports2 x USB 2.0 USB
1 x Audio In
1 x Audio Out
1 x IEEE 1394a FireWire
Power Description:
Number of Power Supplies Support1
Physical Characteristics:
ColorBlack
Form FactorMini-tower
Dimensions14.37" Height x 7.28" Width x 15.75" Depth
Weight7.28 lb - Net
9.70 lb - Gross
Miscellaneous:
Additional Information

With Color Box

Green ComplianceYes
Green Compliance Certificate/AuthorityROHS

Reviews

Submited By: bob on 05/05/2010
Two small mods. You have to cut out the side fan holes because fans don t clear them. [...] for some fan covers/filters...situation resolved. Now, on to the myth of both uATX and air cooling. I m getting 4.2g out of i7 930 with air...in this case. Hasn t gone over 67 deg. Case fit elongated modular PSU. The trick is to plug the CD drives in while half installed, then slide them the rest of the way in. Plenty of clearance for an ATI 5850 vid card. No problems with 6 sticks of tall ram either. Oh, yeah, the second mod...not really a mod. Put in a hot swap bay for 2cnd HDD. If I decide to cross fire, the lower HDD location would be in the way of the lower vid card (not a normal card though). Even with all of that stuff in the case I still have great airflow over the vid card, to the ram and CPU. A recommendation for air cooling: figure your intake cfm (3 fans in this case), you ll have to dig, but you can find the exhaust cfm of your PSU. The difference is what your rear exhaust fan s cfm should be, getting as close to equal as possible...(= perfect air flow). No one can seem to agree if +/- pressure in case is better. But the consensus is that a slightly positive amount of pressure will keep the case from sucking in dust. This is a perk for those who like to showcase their boxes.

All in all, this has to be one of the cleanest looking builds I ve done in some time. Great Job by Cooler Master.

5 of 5 Stars!
Submited By: B. Haynes on 05/14/2010
A good,cheap box for a MATX motherboard. Would be good for a first build. A little cramped, but it gets good air flow with 3 or 4 fans (I use 120mm). You may have a little trouble sliding the hard drive into the 3.5" slot for it because tall memory modules (with heat spreaders) block it. Solution: Install the memory after the HDD. I would not go any higher than a 450 Watt power supply - too many wires to cram in a small space. I have not tried a video card in it yet (I usually use a motherboard with a good video adapter.) Compact, so it fits on small desks. I have run a 3.0 GHz dual core AMD with 4 GB RAM and 3 fans and had no problems with overheating. It is easy to break the PCI card holders. They should be pressed down from inside the box and slid through the back of the case to release, then pushed back through once the card is in place. (I broke a couple.) I have used 5 of these cases and have been happy with all builds.

5 of 5 Stars!
Submited By: Cody Howland on 05/21/2010
This case was pretty good. It has a nice design and mostly everything fit well. The motherboard was sort of a tight squeeze. The screws are little too close together, even though the case is for a micro-atx motherboard. I had to exert quite a bit of force in order to hold the motherboard in place while I screwed it in; the motherboard was an micro-atx. Other than the slight tight fit, the case is excellent. The tool-free hardware snap-ins were easy to use. The fan on the case pushes enough air to keep the motherboard and processor cool and it is quiet.

Great case for the price!

4 of 5 Stars!
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