Excerpt: "The Cooler Master Elite 430 black was designed for custom builds with the "large" theme in mind. This small giant is perfect for any case modder, with the ability to hold most motherboards and graphics cards, its ideal. Like some other products I have reviewed, I purchased this product about 6 months ago for a custom build. I went for a Cooler Master case as they are well known. Aswell every Cooler Master product iv had, iv had no complaints so Cooler ...
Summary: It took a while to get this Tower but it was worth the wait. This spacious tower allows room for my lengthy r9270x graphics card and also gives me a chance to show off my Blue LED rig to my friends. The cooling on this tower is surburb I don't need as much fans as i did on earlier towers.
Cooler Master Elite 430 - Mid Tower Computer Case with All-Black Interior...
RT. Stoddard, Amazon
11 June 2014
Summary: This items are working properly at this time, let us see how it works over the next six months to one year, when mounting my components balls screw holes were not stable, I had to buy larger screens to insert all of my components, the screws and metals seem to already be too large and too small they strict immediately,
Summary: This is a great Case for the price the only proble is that you will have a hard time with cable managment caouse of no space in the rare door, But besides that, comfortable and a holly beauty, Don't You doubt about buying this Beauty
Summary: At first I was kind of skeptical but then it arrived in the mail. First, it felt like there was nothing in the box and I was a little concerned but I opened it up and there it is! Extremely lightweight and the clear side panel just tops it off.
Summary: The case is feather light, was inexpensive given the purchase price at the time of sale, but it is very poorly machined. The doors do not come on and off cleanly. The screw holes for the motherboard risers and PCI card slot bays round out far too easily because the metal is so soft. It's so bad that I had to purchase bolts for the motherboard risers in order to secure them in place, which is something I've never had to do before.