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Cooler Master's Elite 331 computer case is a mid-sized computer chassis very similar to the Elite 330 model.

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deep enough to support long, high-end graphics cards

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steel mesh front with support for dual 120mm fans - keeps air moving and components cool

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great value - can be purchased for under $50

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side panels have sharp edges - must be very careful when working inside the case

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plastic bezel looks tacky in comparison to the rest of the case

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tool-less bay holders can be a little loose

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poor construction materials - thin metal panels with an inexpensive paint job

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lacks cable management - no rear panel for securing excess cabling

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expansion slots lack screws - comes with tab covers only

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 Cooler Master's Elite 331 computer case is a mid-sized computer chassis very similar to the Elite 330 model. Features include front I/O panel, a rear 120mm fan and a side panel air duct for ventilation. The Elite 331 has four 5.25" slots and seven 3.5" slots. Like the 330, the slots do not require tools to access. The 331 includes a built-in washable front air filter, but does not include a power button backlight. The case is compatible with ATX and micro-ATX motherboards. It is a step up from the Elite 310, and very similar to the 330 but with a different style.



  • MSRP: $59.99
  • Release Date: May 2008
  • Mid-sized computer chassis
  • Front I/O panel and washable air filter
  • Four 5.25" drive slots, seven 3.5" expansion slots (2 exposed)
  • 120mm rear fan, optional 120mm front 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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