Cooler Master Devastator II Price in Singapore & Specifications
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Reviewed on 2017-11-20
Welcome back and for the first time we will be doing a Mini-ITX build showcasing Cooler Master's Elite 130 Chassis.Packaging, Contents, and PricingThe Elite 130 arrives in a vanilla Cardboard box, which also doubles as a large frame of reference for speci...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-10-09
Low price point, Good construction quality, Good cost/benefit ratio, Good ventilation, Air filter for the and front fan, Supports 120 mm radiator for liquid cooling systems, Supports two 3.5” or three 2.5” devices (or up to five 2.5” drives if the 5.25” b...
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The Cooler Master Elite 130 is an inexpensive SFF (Small Form Factor) case for Mini-ITX motherboards, with one 5.25” external bay, two 3.5”/2.5” internal bays plus one 2.5” internal bay. The highlights of this product include the support for standard-size...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-04-30
The Mini-ITX market has been growing both in popularity and in options. That means where we used to have one or two motherboard options, nearly every manufacture has multiple options now. Along with that, we now have Mini-ITX focused heatsinks and video c...Read more >
Reviewed on 2013-10-04
Low price, room for 120mm AiO solution, room for large PSU's, unique HDD/SSD mounting system
Can be a little tight to work in, but that's the nature of most MiniITX cases
With Mini-ITX gaming systems on the rise lately, it's no wonder why more and more manufacturers are getting into the Mini-ITX market. Cooler Master is a name that I'm sure everyone reading this is familiar with. They have been around for a LONG time and m...Read more >
Reviewed on 2014-02-26
As the trend in computing has taken us to smaller and smaller components, they also require much less space to house said components. Now, while the Prodigy, and Aquila, and other offerings will get the idea across, a lot of users out there are looking fo...Read more >