Coolermaster Elite 330 Black Case With CM eXtreme Power 460W PSU *SPECIAL OFFER* £42.99! - HotUKDeals
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For system builders looking for a good quality case and PSU- this offer is pretty unbeatable. Most people skimp on the PSU which is a really, REALLY bad idea, but with this bundle you get a quality, branded PSU with a sleek looking case.

Trust me, this is a fantastic deal.

(I'll put specifications in next post)

EDIT: I see a few people below are saying that 460W PSU's no longer "cut it". This may be the case for extreme top end systems, but judging a PSU by its "wattage" is naive. What is equally important is the output on the 12v rails, and the stability of the PSU at higher outputs.
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#1
Ebuyer blurb:

Exclusive to Ebuyer!! Outstanding value Coolermaster Case and PSU Special Offer Bundle!!

Coolermaster Elite 330 Case With Coolermaster eXtreme Power Plus 460W PSU

Case Specs

Elite 330 features superior thermal solution and easy installation.
Black meshed front panel forms the succint appearance.
Just as its name--Elite 330, it is presented to those people who would
like to start holding high-quality products in the their arm. Undoubtedly,
It would be pity for you to miss it.

-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

Color Black
Dimension (L)486 x (W)203 x (H)413 mm
Material SECC
Weight 6 kg
M/B Type ATX, Micro-ATX
5.25 4(exposed)
3.25 2(Exposed); 5 (Hidden)
Cooling System One 120mm front fan(optional)
One 120mm rear fan
I/O Panel USB 2.0 x 2, MIC x 1, SPK x 1



PSU Specs

1. Compliance with the newest Intel standard ATX 12V V2.3
2. More than 70% efficiency at typical load operation
3. High reliability (MTBF > 100,000 hrs)
4. Green power design to meet Energy Star and Blue Angel requirements
5. Silent operation with intelligent fan speed control
6. Multiple protection design(OVP/OCP/OPP/SCP)
7. Support dual +12V1 and +12V2 outputs for higher power usage
8. Two-year warranty

Model RS-460-PCAP-A3
Type Intel Form Factor ATX 12V V2.3
Dimension (W / H / D) Intel Form Factor ATX 12V V2.3
Input Voltage 180~264 V
Input Current 10 A @ 115Vac / 6 A @ 230Vac
Input Frequency Range 47 ~ 63 Hz
PFC Passive PFC
Power Good Signal 100 ~ 500 ms
Hold Up Time > 17 ms
Efficiency >70% Typically
MTBF >100,000 hrs
Protection OVP / OCP / OPP / SCP
Max. Output Capacity 460 Watts
Operation Temperature 0~40 Nominal Input Voltage


20+4pin Motherboard Connector x1
4+4pin+12V CPU Connector x1
6 Pin PCI-e Connector x1
S-ATA Connector x4
4 pin Peripheral Connector x5
#2
Damn, I was considering this case today but I'd still have to buy a PSU, so went with the Antec Sonata III with 500w PSU for 70 quid which would work out cheaper.

When did this show up? I'm sure I didn't see it before!
#3
nadnerb
Damn, I was considering this case today but I'd still have to buy a PSU, so went with the Antec Sonata III with 500w PSU for 70 quid which would work out cheaper.

When did this show up? I'm sure I didn't see it before!


sonata III is a nice case tho and should be nice and quite....

id buy this if the psu were modular :)
#4
I got this a few weeks ago when it was £39.99 - PSU is great, but case isn't really that great. I find it really flimsy and cheap, but for the money it's not too bad, just don't expect too much.
#5
I got this a few months ago too. The case material is a bit thin but I'd be happy to use it for my main system. The PSU is fantastic and completely quiet, it replaced a noisey OCZ Gamexstream 700W which replaced a hilariously noisy OCZ StealthXstream 600W PSU for a fraction of the cost and it's rock solid running the following system.

Intel Core 2 Duo E4300 1.8GHz overclocked to 3Ghz
Gigabyte GA-P35-DS3P
Sapphire X1950Pro 256MB GDDR3 PCI-E Graphics Card
2 x Seagate 160GB 7200.10 7200RPM SATAII/300 8MB Cache in raid 0
1 x Seagate 7200.10 320GB SATAII/300 8.5ms 7200RPM 16MB Cache
2GB ram (Corsair CM2X1024-5400C4 1024MB DDR2-5300/5400 (667/675MHz) Twin2X Matched Memory Pair
1 x Lite-on 16 X DVD-ROM SHD-16P1S
1 x Lite-on DVD-Writer SHM-165P6S
Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro
CASE ASONIC XCLIO Server case with fan controller leds and fans

I recommend this without hesitation.
#6
You replaced an OCZ GameXStream with a bundle PSU that comes with a case and also overclocking your processor to pretty much it's full limit along with 3 hard drives and 2 optical drives?! That's asking for trouble very soon on a 460W PSU, no matter who it is made by. The OCZ GameXStream is one of the best and quietest PSU ever made, has a 90% efficiency rating and in my PC, I can barely hear the fan.
#7
where is the front intake vent for the optional 12cm fan ? :thinking:
#8
hessian
where is the front intake vent for the optional 12cm fan ? :thinking:

The front of the unit is all mesh.
Also on my 331 ( same case I think ) there is a side vent for a fan.

toad
#9
Bought this(case alone) without the PSU(I have a better one) and it's good - would have prefered the centurion 5 but that's too big for the space i've got. Only annoying thing about this case is the poor instructions(not too much of a problem if you know what you're doing) and the 5.25" bay front slots are REALLY annoying to remove.
#10
Just got to add that 460W is not all that much in today's money. Fine for a basic / mid ranged system but not if you're going to get the most powerful processors and gfx cards etc.
#11
MrRobin
Just got to add that 460W is not all that much in today's money. Fine for a basic / mid ranged system but not if you're going to get the most powerful processors and gfx cards etc.

Agreed.
Nice price but 460 just isn't enough to cut it
#12
i wouldent mind the PSU on its own. but i dont need yet another lower end case.
#13
For anyone wondering if the PSU is powerful enough for their system, here's a calculator.

http://www.extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
#14
Already ordered one - it arrives tomorrow! Had to wait 3 days as it was out of stock.

Using the calculator I need 335W - that's for dual core, 1GB RAM, 2 SATA HDD's, 1 PATA HDD, 1 DVDRW, 1 floppy, 4 fans, 2 ext USB

460W is good enough for the average P.C. especially with the 2 x 18amp 12V rails like this one. This has better amps at high load than some 600W & 700W PSU's.

Having said all that, if you have 5 x 1TB HDD in Raid and 2 X 8800 ultra's in SLi, a quad core CPU with 8 case fans - this is no good for you!
#15
smurftech
460W is good enough for the average P.C. especially with the 2 x 18amp 12V rails like this one. This has better amps at high load than some 600W & 700W PSU's.

Having said all that, if you have 5 x 1TB HDD in Raid and 2 X 8800 ultra's in SLi, a quad core CPU with 8 case fans - this is no good for you!

Exactly, people seem to overestimate PSU these days (which is a change from the past, when people used to get really underpowered PSU's powering 4x hd's and 3x optical drives).

300-500watts is more than adequate for 85% of PC's people use, but people still stick a 1kw psu in - "just in case". =]
#16
genkgenk;1489440
You replaced an OCZ GameXStream with a bundle PSU that comes with a case and also overclocking your processor to pretty much it's full limit along with 3 hard drives and 2 optical drives?! That's asking for trouble very soon on a 460W PSU, no matter who it is made by. The OCZ GameXStream is one of the best and quietest PSU ever made, has a 90% efficiency rating and in my PC, I can barely hear the fan.

Well I had two of the OCZ PSUs and they were the loudest PSU's i ever heard, sounded like jet engines. Google it, you'll see lots of complaints. Worst bit was having to RMA the unit back to the Netherlands as the PO wanted over £31.80 for a service with tracking. Took about 26 days to get the PSU back.
As far as the Coolermaster wattage is concerned; I've put a power meter on the PSU and it never gets anything like close to 200 watts when idle let alone 460 even if I added on 150 for the graphics card when playing games it doesn't come close to 460Watts. IMO Everyone is overestimating the amount of power required these days - all of the components will never be pulling full power at the same time, when was the last time you burnt a DVD while ripping another and re-encoding a third all while playing a game and defragmenting all your hard drives?
#17
+ delivery
#18
Well, best I add that the PSU is quality (just not overly impressed with the case), and is powering my Q6600 at 3.4Ghz, overclocked 8800GT, 2x250GB WD 7200 HDD, DVD rom & DVD-RW.........what I'm trying to say is that it's p[lenty powerful enough for everything!

I think I'm right in saying the drop in die size has meant that the 38** ATI & 8*** series nV gfx cards use an awful lot less power than the previous generation gfx chips, so those huge PSU's aren't quite so necessary at the moment.
#19
I got myself one of these for 18 quid (22 now I see). It runs an X2 4800+, overclocked 8800GTS 512Mb, 3xHDD, DVD-RW with no problems.
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=39N9

Not sure if it's worth the extra paying almost double (especially now I've bought the cheaper one). I guess I'll find out - if my PSU blows up soon(!)
#20
I got myself one of these (480W) for 18 quid (22 now I see). It runs an X2 4800+, overclocked 8800GTS 512Mb, 3xHDD, DVD-RW with no problems.
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=39N9

Not sure if it's worth the extra paying almost double (especially now I've bought the cheaper one). I guess I'll find out - if my PSU blows up soon(!)
#21
Fantastic deal for a mid-high range system. Voted hot!
#22
I have this case and I recommend it for the price

It is huge but im not really bothered by the looks of a pc. You can add another fan on the side as well to, which probably helps abit more when overclocking (got my Q6600 at 3GHZ)
#23
jc74
I got myself one of these (480W) for 18 quid (22 now I see). It runs an X2 4800+, overclocked 8800GTS 512Mb, 3xHDD, DVD-RW with no problems.
http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?Quicklinx=39N9

Not sure if it's worth the extra paying almost double (especially now I've bought the cheaper one). I guess I'll find out - if my PSU blows up soon(!)


That's one way to see it. Alternatively, what's the cost of X2 4800+, 8800GTS 512Mb, 3xHDD, DVD-RW, RAM, etc. Not much change left for £500? So was it a saving of 3% or 50%? The latter is probably worth it but the former maybe not.



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#24
Mine arrived yesterday.

The case:
Nice design, stylish front mesh grille.
Rolled edges, nothing sharp!
Comes with manual leaflet and screws/mounts for your motherboard.
Room for 7 x 3.5" and 4 x 5.25" drives/devices
Easy lock/unlock drive mounts
Rating: 9/10

The PSU
Black, matches the case.
Large fan temperature controlled
Very low noise, my cpu fan is noisier.
My system hardly troubles it at all, dual core, 1GB RAM, 2 x SATA II raid 0, X1650pro 1 x sata DVDRW, 3 large fans.
Rating: 9/10

Overall: An excellent mid-range case & PSU.

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