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Features than its more entry-level 310 model, while still being a budget case.

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Pros

installation of components is very easy, lots of room and everything lines up

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design is impressive, looks better in person than it does in pictures

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cooling fan is very large, moves a lot of air

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Cons

expansion bays are a little tight, need to do some bending

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quick release clamps don't work everywhere, sometimes need a little prying

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many sharp edges to scrape yourself on as you work

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using the top bay makes things cramped with the power supply position

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  Cooler Master's Elite 330 is a mid-sized computer chassis with more features than its more entry-level 310 model, while still being a budget case. Features include front I/O panel, a rear 120mm fan and a side panel air duct for ventilation. Additionally, the 330 has four 5.25" slots and seven 3.5" slots. All of these can be accessed without tools, to make upgrades/installation easier. The case is compatible with ATX and micro-ATX motherboards. It is an inexpensive step up from the Elite 310 model.

 

Features
  • MSRP: $59.99
  • Release Date: May 2008
  • Mid-sized computer chassis
  • Front I/O panel and light-up power button
  • Four 5.25" drive slots, seven 3.5" expansion slots
  • 120mm rear fan
  • Built-in chassis ventilation duct
  • Meshed front panel to maximize air flow
  • ATX and micro-ATX compatible
  • No-tool access to all drive and expansion slots
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