Coolermaster Elite 330 PC Case with 620W PSU - £49.99 - Free Delivery with Super Saver @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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This bundle includes:
Coolermaster Elite 330 Mid Tower Case
with
620W PSU (installed in the case) - 20+4pin, 2x SATA, 4x Molex, 12cm Fan

Coolermaster Elite 330 Case
Coolermaster Elite 330 features superior thermal solution and easy installation.
Black meshed front panel forms the succint appearance.

Just as its name-- Coolermaster 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

Model - Coolermaster Elite 330 Case
Color Black
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
Dimensions - (W) 189 x (H) 425 x (D) 485 mm
(W) 7.44 x (H) 16.73 x (D) 19.09 inch


PSU Specifications:

New Version Ver. 2.2
Silent and Better Ventilation
ATX 12V Compliant for all Types of CPU and Mainboard
12cm Fan
CE Approved
20+4pin power, 2x SATA, 4x 4pin Molex, 4pin ATX12V connector, 1x floppy connector
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#1
Seems a good deal, I wonder if there are any dedicated 6 or 8 pin plugs for the higher end graphics cards?
#2
looks good to me mate. have some heatage.
1 Like #3
southwell65
Seems a good deal, I wonder if there are any dedicated 6 or 8 pin plugs for the higher end graphics cards?


Here are the specs for the PSU: http://www.aone.co.uk/ProdInfo.ASP?ProductID=2836
#4
Fantastic Case....bought the 450W version for the same price bout 2 months ago for a friend, very good customer service as well, the power button on mine broke after 2 years sent an email to coolermaster, got 2 power button delivered 2 days ago, works like a charm....hot.
#5
personally think this is a bit of a scam, a no name 620 psu can be worth as little as 16.00 from dabs and this case is defo not worth £40+ its not a patch on earlier cm cases like the centurion 5.
#6
saayinla;8465665
Fantastic Case....bought the 450W version for the same price bout 2 months ago for a friend, very good customer service as well, the power button on mine broke after 2 years sent an email to coolermaster, got 2 power button delivered 2 days ago, works like a charm....hot.


My power buttons going too. Did coolermaster provide a new case or just the buttons?
#7
I have this case, it's very nice. I like the understated cases like this rather than the stupid ones with windows and glowing lights.

I'd say the case is more than worth £40.
#8
Fatal Exception
I have this case, it's very nice. I like the understated cases like this rather than the stupid ones with windows and glowing lights.

I'd say the case is more than worth £40.


lol no way, scan regurlarly do the silverstone su02b for about 25-30 which is twice the case and the newer/higher version of this the 360 is only 27
i paid about 25 for a centurion and have used these cases a few times when they were 40 with the cm 460 psu not in the same league at all.
i think the comments about power button issues testify to the build quality of these.
#9
saayinla
Fantastic Case....bought the 450W version for the same price bout 2 months ago for a friend, very good customer service as well, the power button on mine broke after 2 years sent an email to coolermaster, got 2 power button delivered 2 days ago, works like a charm....hot.


I bought two of these cases about 2 years ago (a deal posted on here from ebuyer with the 460w PSU).

Power buttons broke on both cases. Stuck them with glue but they broke again.

Sent a note to Coolermaster and they sent me 4 new buttons. Replaced them with 2 of the new buttons and one of the new buttons broke as well, so had to replace that.

Overall good case and PSU but they have a terrible problem with their power buttons.
#10
mudddy
My power buttons going too. Did coolermaster provide a new case or just the buttons?


Just the power buttons...
banned#11
for a few pounds more you can have decent FSP PSU and Asus case. It's OK deal but nothing great.
#12
The power button is fine on mine. I bought it well over a year ago...

I guess you have to just use the correct amount of force, not jab it. Luckily this doesn't have doors / flaps to fall off like my old case, that got pretty trashed.
#13
I too have been running one of the 450 watt versions for a while now.

Good enough deal, but the quality really is quite low rent.

Power button had also broken on mine and again they supplied me eventually with 2 replacements - so this is a very common problem. [Not to mention, highly annoying! :x]

I won't buy another Coolermaster product. I'd rather pay a bit extra and get a bit of decent quality in the future....
#14
My current build is using this case, ok case for the money but my power button has also gone on one side after a year or so.
banned#15
maddogb
personally think this is a bit of a scam, a no name 620 psu can be worth as little as 16.00 from dabs and this case is defo not worth £40+ its not a patch on earlier cm cases like the centurion 5.



Yeah right once you add VAT and delivery it comes to twenty notes, that means you are getting a CM case for £30. which is about right.

Hardly a scam, but hardly a great deal either.

No vote from me :O)
#16
Just replaced my GFs 4yr old Elite 330 case/PSU with a Zalman z7 plus for £45, Yes it has glowy lights but they can be disabled. And the Zalman you get to choose a decent PSU which this most certainly isn't, god help you if it's still the same 5yr old design of PSU! Which is most likely, if it doesn't come with PCI-express connectors...Elite it most certainly isn't!

This CM330 case is god awful if you expect to be in the case frequently, cramped space for larger gfx cards, 1 dust filter means it can attract its weight in dust & it bit me 4 times gutting it, which is 4 times more than my 2 Lian-li. It certainly didn't appear to be any any different to a £25 budget case IMO.

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