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Wednesday, 08 February 2012 11:00

Cooler Master rolls outs Elite 361 case

Written by Slobodan Simic

coolermaster

Mini-Tower/Desktop case


Cooler Master has updated its case lineup with a new Mini-Tower case that can be rotated into a desktop style case, the Elite 361. Aimed at cramped up work enviroments, the Elite 361 can take a standard ATX motherboard and has room for all the standard components including full length graphics cards.

As noted, the Cooler Master Elite 361 can be rotated and placed either horizontally or vertically depending on where you want it in your work enviroment. The Cooler Master logo is also rotatable and the case features four detachable feet that can be placed depending on the aligment of the case. As far as the specs are concerned, the Elite 361 supports standard ATX motherboards, can take up to six 3.5-inch HDDs, removable HDD cage in case you want to squeeze in up to 312mm long graphics card.

The entire case is cooled by 120mm top placed fan with room for additional 120mm fans. The new Elite 361 case will hit retail/e-tail in February with a suggested price set at US $39.99.

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