Man, small cases are looking better and better. First we had the mid-size Prodigy from Bitfenix, and now Cooler Master's bringing the tiny funs with its new Elite 120 Advanced case.
Cooler Master is touting the case as having an ITX form factor with ATX features, and while that's a big claim, this little case might just make good on the promise.
A bracket on the case's rear panel stretches outward to allow for a full ATX power supply, which in turn means you really play around with what you put in the Elite 120; in fact, given you can fit in a card up to 343mm long, a full power supply really is in order. With mesh running along that side of the case, any video is directly exposed to air to help keep it cool.
The rest of the case's cooling options consist of 120mm fan at the front, drawing air in, another 120mm exhaust fan at the rear, and a side-mounted 80mm fan for more air intake.
Connectivity is care of two USB2 and one USB3 port, and the usual audio hacks, with room for a single optical drive and a mix of drives sizes internally. If you're stupendously cashed up you can fit in up for four 2.5in drives.
We're waiting on review stock, but check out these shots to whet your appetite.