Cooler Master is a company known more for their Cooling Products and Full Tower cases, but they do have a Mid Tower line of cases. We have the chance today to look at one of Cooler Master’s budget Mid Tower cases, the Elite 310. A front bezel with a piano black finish has a trim available in three different colors: orange, blue and silver. Read on further to check out the other features of this case.
|Available Color||Orange, Blue, Silver|
|Dimension (W / H / D)||(W) 191 x (H) 437 x (D) 468 mm
(W) 7.5 x (H) 17.2 x (D) 18.4 inch
|Weight||Net Weight: 5.8kg / 12.8 lb
Gross Weight: 6.9 kg / 15.2 lb
|Material||Steel Body ; ABS plastic front bezel|
|5.25″ Drive Bay||4 Exposed|
|3.5″ Drive Bay||6 Hidden
|I/O Panel||USB 2.0 x 2, Mic x 1, Audio x 1 (supports HD audio), IEEE 1394a (optional)|
|Cooling System||Rear: 120 x 25mm fan x 1 / 1200 RPM / 17 dBA (pre-install) ; 80mm / 90mm (optional)
Front: 120 x 25 mm fan x 1(optional)
Side: 80 / 90 / 120 mm fan x 1 (optional)
|Power Supply||Standard ATX PS2|
The Cooler Master Elite 310 comes packaged in plain brown, relatively thin, cardboard box. The cooler master logo, product name, and specifications for the case are placed on both of the larger sides. The case is protected by two hard pieces of Styrofoam and also has a plastic bag for extra protection.
Upon removing the case from the protective packaging reveals more plastic covering the side panel window and piano black finish on the front bezel. Included with the case is one large bag full of hardware and the user manual.