Cooler Master launches K350 entry-level gaming chassis for Rs 3,999

Cooler Master, provider of chassis, thermal solutions, and mobile accessories, has announced the launch of its most affordable entry-level gaming chassis, the K350.

As per an official statement by the company, the black-coated interior offers a contrast, and promises a rust-free life. The transparent side panel offers gamers an opportunity to show off their computer’s insides. There is enough space to install a long graphics card such as the GTX 690, and a big CPU cooler such as the Hyper 212 Plus can nestle easily. Up front there is a silent 120mm red LED fan that draws in cool air.

Cooler Master claims that K350 offers plenty of space for your system to grow as you upgrade. It has room for six HDDs and three 5.25-inch bays. The cabinet has a tool-less mechanism that makes it easy to upgrade. The K350 can support up to four 120mm fans. The cut-outs for routing cables are placed such that they reduce clutter and improve ventilation.

The Cooler Master K350 gaming chassis

The Cooler Master K350 gaming chassis


The Cooler Master K350 is optimised for better airflow. The front steel mesh panel and large vents at top, rear, bottom, and sides move a significant amount of air leading to a cool and properly ventilated system. Endowed with USB 3.0 port, you are assured of fast data transfer speeds and a fast charging point for your devices.

The Cooler Master K350 is priced at an MRP of Rs 3,999, and carries a one-year warranty. The product is available ex-stock, and will be distributed by Abacus Peripherals across India.

Back in August, Cooler Master had launched its Elite 120 Advanced Mini-ITX chassis in India. Cooler Master claims that this chassis is designed from the ground up to meet the expectations and challenges of a media centre or small form factor PCs. It features an aluminium front panel.

The Elite 120 Advanced can easily slot in an ATI HD7990 or Nvidia’s GTX 690 graphics card. The well designed thermal management system ensures good ventilation and is optimised for low noise and silent operation.

The Elite 120 Advance accepts a standard ATX power supply by simply adding any PSU. Similarly, the Elite 120 also accepts full size, 5.25-inch optical drives thereby negating the need for low-profile slot drives.

The Elite 120 supports up to five HDDs or SSDs with an optional dedicated fan to keep it cool. The chassis rail forms a support for hidden cable management system that improves ventilation. Front I/O offers three USB ports, two USB 2.0, and one USB 3.0. Two fans – one up front and the other at the rear, and perforated side panels ensure airflow to keep the components cool.

Published Date: Nov 06, 2012 13:17 PM | Updated Date: Nov 06, 2012 13:17 PM