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Low cost; Accessible back plate; Lots of fan spaces, filters, Well ventilated
Easy to build with, Nice entrylevel price, Sturdy toolless locking mechanisms, Well made full steel construction.
No Window; Not all intakes are filtered
Break away covers for expansion slots and 5.25" bays, Very little suppression of noise, Cable Managment is nonexistent
By LanOC Reviews on September 02, 2011
As a budget case, this seems like a pretty solid choice. It doesn't have a ton of room inside, but, if you've got a setup that needs more space, you'll likely be looking at a fancier case too. If you're buying a new PSU, you'll...
By APH Networks on June 03, 2011
Taking a close look at a globe, where would you end up on the other side of the world if you dug a tunnel straight down into the earth? Well, if you are situated in North America, you would end up pretty close to Australia. If you followed the...
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on May 24, 2011
The Cooler Master Elite 371 is a solid budget case, just as I had suspected at CES 2011. It has a classy style and would be a case I would select when building the next computer for a relative or friend on a budget.The only real issue I had with the...
By Top Review Shop on May 16, 2011
Performance Testing My previous case was the slightly larger sized Ultra Aluminus, which was built primarly of aluminum instead of the steel material used for the Elite 371. It also had an additional 120mm intake fan, so it will be interesting to...
By Benchmark Reviews on May 08, 2011
Performance for a case is all about being able to run cool and quiet. I found that one fan provided adequate cooling for the relatively low powered parts I used. Nonetheless I would not feel comfortable putting higher end parts in the Elite 371...
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