Coolermaster Elite 334 Midi Chassis
Elite 334 features superior thermal solution and easy installation. Black meshed front panel forms the sleek appearance.
Description:Elite 330 features a superior thermal solution and a tool free installation. Black meshed front panel forms a stylish yet functional appearance.
- Tool-Free mechanical design for quick assembly and maintenance
- Meshed front panel design provides the superior airflow and maximum cooling performance
- Built-in washable front air filter
- 120mm fans in the front and rear to give your PC the best ventilation while maintain silent cooling solution
- Solid construction makes the chassis durable and sturdy
- Material SECC
- ATX, Micro-ATX Motherboards
- 5.25" Drive Bay 4(exposed)
- 3.5" Drive Bay 5 (Hidden);2(Exposed : one is for front IO panel)
- I/O Panel USB 2.0 x 2, MIC x 1, SPK x 1 (Support Intel HD Audio / AC 97)
- One 120mm front fan(optional),
- One 120mm rear fan
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Manufacturer Phone||00 31 077 3968226|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||2|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Question by Alex
will this fit the 5830 gfx card?
I think that card should just about fit although I cannot guarantee this.
Question? by Alex
Hey, do you know if you can remove the black tube type thing on the side panel and install a case fan?
You can , as it has 4 hole's to mount the fan.
case by LEN
bought this case for new build found it fine, only snag is hdd bay was a bit tight. quick release bays were fine (had some cheap crap ones before) but all in all a good case for the price thanks aria338 of 608 people rated this review as helpful
Stock? by Ian
Any idea when u will be getting these back in stock?
Unfortunately, our supplier won't have any more stock until around the 15th of October.
Review by A Stevenson
Got this for friend's new Corei5/dx11 build, as it was a good price and recommended by a PC gaming magazine.
Externally the case looks good and is sturdy but lightweight. Build quality is good. There are quick release screws on one side, two philips screws on the other. The front panel comes off by reaching underneath the front of the case and popping it out. Feels a little flimsy.
Internally the PSU goes in the top (I'd have preferred bottom but not an issue).
The springy, screw-less bracket used to secure PCI cards could have been useful but for the little protruding metal feet on the edge that were pressing into the 5770 gfx card and bending it, so the bracket had to come off and I used screws to secure the card instead.
The hard drive enclosures are tight but shouldn't be a problem holding a HD. There are screw-less plastic clips that you attach on either side to hold your drive in place. This bit can be fiddly and I broke a couple of the clips despite being careful. You are supplied with lots though.
Similar clips (but bigger) are used for your DVD drive(s).
The HD activity light didn't appear to work, despite me being sure I connected it in the right place on mobo. Didn't have time to check the LED but its not a big issue.
The funnel near the CPU is pretty useless, can't see the point but it came off easy enough. Good space for fans and supplied 12cm fan is silent, and came attached to the rear as exhaust fan. I moved it to the front to take in cool air.
Good case, would buy it again.