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Cooler Master RC-130-KKN1 Elite 130 - Mini-ITX Computer Case with Mesh Front Panel and Water Cooling Support

 $58.00

Meshed front panel for increased intake of ambient cool air

  Cooler Master RC-130-KKN1 Elite 130 - Mini-ITX Computer Case with Mesh Front Panel and Water Cooling Support
  Cooler Master RC-130-KKN1 Elite 130 - Mini-ITX Computer Case with Mesh Front Panel and Water Cooling Support
Supports Mini-ITX motherboards for small profile builds
Unique HDD/SSD mounting bracket positioning allows more space inside
Supports 120 mm water cooling kit at the front of the case thanks to HDD/SSD mounting style
Supports standard ATX PS2 sized power supplies
  Cooler Master RC-130-KKN1 Elite 130 - Mini-ITX Computer Case with Mesh Front Panel and Water Cooling Support
The Elite 130 is the successor to the widely popular Elite 120 Advanced mini-ITX computer case by Cooler Master. This time around, a meshed front panel has replaced the Elite 120's aluminum panel for enhanced cooling performance. Additionally, HDD/SSD mounting have been rearranged to allow water cooling support at the front of the case, adding to the overall enhancement of cooling performance. If you're looking to build your next system inside a small profile chassis, the Elite 130 is the way to go to ensure that your components stay nice and cool.
The current price is $58.00.
The overall customer satisfaction rating of this product is Good with a score of +0.50.
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  Cooler Master RC-130-KKN1 Elite 130 - Mini-ITX Computer Case with Mesh Front Panel and Water Cooling Support
  Cooler Master RC-130-KKN1 Elite 130 - Mini-ITX Computer Case with Mesh Front Panel and Water Cooling Support
  Fans vs. Haters
We use natural language processing on consumer feedback to find what fans and haters of the product have to say.
What are fans saying?
This is a great case.
This case is one of the best cases I've built in as there is lots of room to work in and it looks great!
Amazing, looks intimidating and its stock fans are some of the more quiet ones I've owned so far.My only con so far is it's not as long as i'd like it can feel a little cramped with a beefy 1080 with three fans but it can fit and I made it!
You can use a full size graphics card and have more than enough room for cable management.Has plenty of airflow and room for drives.
I found a power supply from an old Dell XPS 400 tower (I believe that was the model) that fits better than my two modular power supplies, strangely enough (the cables for my modular power supplies are much more bulky, even if there are fewer).Has front fan filters, even though I don't think they advertise it, also (You can see them when you look close enough through the mesh bezel in front of the front 120mm fan).There's no hard drive bay, but the case includes special rubber washers you screw into the bottom of 2.5 and 3.5 inch drives, which you then slide into holes on the side and bottom of the case.
What are haters saying?
I couldn't mount the SSD in the lower position because of the SATA power cable that came with my power supply.
But this case has terrible air flow, the front piece of the case bottlenecks the three (very beautiful fans) and their ability to provide airflow, just by taking it off I drop 20 degrees Celsius through out the case, I have drilled wholes into the front cover and placed filters on it and drilled wholes at the top and put three more fans, if you are just looking for a nice looking case and don't have the means to make it the best it can be, do not buy this, and I never recommend this to my friends because of the setup.
It is very tight, it is itx after all, which I love to look at but hate to build.
If a molex is out AT LEAST LABEL THE CONNECTIONS!Took me forever to get everything in their and wired up (my 2070 included) only to hit the power and get nothing.
Which did not work either.I am pretty sure the problem is the switch itself.
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