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Cooler Master N200 - Mini Tower Computer Case with Fully Meshed Front Panel and mATX/Mini-ITX Support
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- Cooler Master N200 - Mini tower computer case with full mesh front panel and matx/Mini-ITX support
- Design that delivers high availability, scalability, and for maximum flexibility and price/performance
- Manufactured in China
- Edgy asymmetrical design with full mesh on the front panel
- Mini tower with great expandability that supports up to three 3.5" HDD and four 2.5" SSD
- Supports a 240 mm liquid cooling radiator in the front
- Supports high-end graphics cards with a length of up to 355 mm/14-inch
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Since our founding in 1992 as a thermal pioneer responsible for the first ever heat pipe heatsink, through our evolution into a manufacturer of cutting-edge cases and peripherals, to our recent groundbreaking switch to the modular format, Cooler Master has consistently rewarded its customers and fans with the utmost in innovation, choice, and control.
The N200 is the latest addition to Cooler Masters brand new N Series - compact mainstream cases with extensive water cooling support and improved air cooling performance wrapped in subtle and simplistic designs. The N200 not only supports 120mm radiators at the back, but is the first mini tower that supports installing 120mm or even 240mm radiators in the front of the case!
- Max CPU Cooler Height w/o 120mm x 25mm side fan: 160mm / 6.3inch with 120mm x 25mm side fan: 140mm / 5.5inch
- Max GPU/PCI Card Length 355mm / 14 in
- Supports a 240mm liquid CPU water cooling kit in the front of the case
- Removable dust filter under the power supply mount area for easy maintenance
|Dimensions||7.9 x 14.9 x 17.5 in||7.5 x 16.7 x 19.7 in|
|Motherboard||microATX, Mini-ITX||ATX, MicroATX, Mini-ITX|
|5.25" Device Bays||1||2|
|3.5" Device Bays||3||1 Exposed, 7 Hidden|
|2.5" Device Bays||4||3|
|Front I/O Panel||USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 2, Audio In & Out||USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 2, Audio In & Out|
|Fan Cooling Mount||Front: 120mm black fan x 2 (one XtraFlo is pre-installed) Rear:120mm black fan x 1 (XtraFlo pre-installed) Side: 120mm fan x 1 (optional) Top: 120mm x 15mm fan x 1 (optional)||Top: 120mm fan x 2 Front: 120mm fan x 2 Left Side: 120/140mm fan x 1 Right Side: 120mm fan x 2|
|Radiator Support||Front: 240mm Rear: 120mm||Front: 240mm Rear: 120mm|
|Included Cooling Device||Front: 120mm black fan x 1 Rear:120mm black fan x 1||Front: 120mm Black Xtraflo fan x 1 Rear:120mm Black Xtraflo fan x 1|
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Cooler master N200 - Mini tower computer case with full mesh front panel and matx/Mini-ITX support. Design that delivers High availability, scalability, and for maximum flexibility and price/performance. Manufactured in China.
Top Customer Reviews
*The modularity of the case is kind of cool, but I don't see that much to really do. I would say for now don't count modularity in whether or not you get this. This may change at some point but I would say get this case if you'd like it out of the box.
The construction is rock solid and even without components the case is hefty for a mid-tower. It comes with built in risers! By that I mean the case has "feet" which are trapezoidal stands on the front and rear which raise the rest of the case a few inches off the ground which helps a ton on carpets. I upgraded from a CM Storm Scout I, and it's modestly longer and taller than that.
The case comes with three fans, two intake, one exhaust. There's room for one more up front and two up top or a water cooling radiator. I opted for adding two fans up top. Plenty of 3.5" slots a couple 5.25" slots and simple instructions.
Something to note is that I spent 5 minutes rifling through the packaging after pulling everything out because I couldn't find the screws mentioned in the instructions. There's a small black box in the lower (PSU level) bays. That contains all of your screws! I felt really stupid when I found it, but there's no such instruction that it's even there! Maybe should have used a normal brown cardboard or a different color. It blends in too well if the lighting isn't that great. In that little box is also fan connectors and zip ties!
All in all I'm happy. It's a bit of cash but I'd say it's worth the price, and would probably be good for at least a couple generations of upgrades. Hopefully by the time we need upgraded connectors for the front panels, Cooler Master will make the modules for it.
The color of the leds for the lights is red, however I was able to change them with some patience and careful soldering. If you decide to try to change the leds you do it at your own risk and I am not responsible for whatever happens, however you will need four 3mm leds of your color choice for the power button/activity light, and three 0804 size leds of your color choice for the fan controller lights (I would get more in case you ruin a few). The 0804 leds are pretty small and can be difficult to solder on without a steady hand. See the included pic for what a change to blue leds looks like.
-Large case with room for everything.
-Lots of cooling options.
-Includes a 200mm top fan, 140mm rear exhaust, and two 120mm intake fans.
-Filter trays for the PSU intake, top 200mm fan, and a long filter tray for where the two bottom 120mm fans can set.
-Built in fan/led controller for some fans.
-Handle is nice, but it's so heavy to pick up!
-Can change orientation of the HDD cages.
-Power button is huge and so much fun to push!
-Built in USB 3.
-Front slot for solid state drives (I also stick 2.5" HDDs in it too, they work just fine, but make sure your motherboard supports hotswap on whatever sata port you use for it [also requires a molex to use!])
-I didn't like the red leds, and the 0804 leds were tricky to get off and solder blue ones on (not really a con, but meh).
-The clear side panel is scuffed and scratched easily. It also attracts lint easily, so be careful with it.
-Taking the HDD cages out can be a pain. There are only two thumbscrews for each cage, but you have to open both sides of the case to get to it.
Again, a great case for the price and I love how big it is. Now that I have my blue leds to go with my color scheme, I don't plan to change cases anytime soon.