Cooler Master Elite 360 Case
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 03-11-2009
Provided by: Cooler Master
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Introduction

We're certainly no strangers to Cooler Master here at OCIA.net, particularly their superb lineup of cases. I've had the opportunity to review four of them personally, from the Cosmos S and Centurion to the HAF and most recently, the Storm Sniper. In every instance, Cooler Master has walked away with an OCIA.net Seal of Approval, and garnered praise not only from myself but also other reviewers. However if there were one negative detail to point out, with the possible exception of the Centurion, it would be the higher than average price that these cases demand. One other might be the overly large size of the chassis.


Cooler Master's Elite series of mini- to mid-tower cases address both of these issues. Prices for these entry level enclosures are well below $100, some even under $50! And being a mini- or mid-tower size means less space problems for the end user, at least externally. Does Cooler Master have to cut corners and deliver an inferior product in order to get the cost down to this budget level? Or is the Elite series every bit as capable of holding up to the Cooler Master name?


Cooler Master has sent over their new Elite 360 today for review, and as sometimes happens the shipping container didn't exactly arrive in pristine condition. Luckily Cooler Master has packed the case well, with ample Styrofoam material and plastic sheeting to protect the corners. Join me as I take a closer look at the Cooler Master Elite 360.


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