Cooler Master announced the Elite 120 Advanced MITX size chassis with 13-inches of graphics card space. A brushed aluminum front panel shelters a powerful 120mm fan intake, 80mm slim side fan, and additional support for a hard drive mounted 120mm fan. The case also has three 3.5-inch hard drives bays and a 5.25-inch optical bay.
Chassis for MITX Applications with Enhanced Cooling
Get our newsletter delivered to your email inbox.
- Estimating Internal Air Cooling Temperature Reduction in a Closed Box Utilizing Thermoelectrically Enhanced Heat Rejection
- Quiet CPU Coolers for Intel Xeon Workstations and Servers
- Temperature Controller for Thermoelectric Modules and Supplemental Resistive Heaters
- Fans for Low-Noise, Low-Airflow Applications
- Programmable Digital Temperature Control for Electronic Enclosures
- U.S. Patent for Two-Stage Enclosure Coolers Awarded
- Company Acquires Thermal and Vacuum Product Manufacturer
- Thermal Spreading and More Using Open-Source FEA Software
Don’t miss out on
the March 2013 issue
of Electronics Cooling, which includes feature articles on the Benefits and Drawbacks of Using Two-Phase Cooling Technologies in Military platforms, Measured Thermal Resistance of Microbumps in 3D Chip Stack, and more.
View Issue »
- The Seebeck Coefficient 3 comment(s)
- Simplified Formula for Estimating Natural Convection Heat Transfer Coefficient on a Flat Plate 2 comment(s)
- The Thermal Conductivity of Moist Air 5 comment(s)
- Advances In High-Performance Cooling For Electronics 11 comment(s)
- Heat pipes for electronics cooling applications 8 comment(s)
- Notes on Using Thermocouples 11 comment(s)
- Estimating Parallel Plate-Fin Heat Sink Thermal Resistance 18 comment(s)
- Thermal Conductivity of Solders 2 comment(s)
- No public Twitter messages.