|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
Cooler Master N400 - Mid Tower Computer Case with ATX Motherboard Support, Multiple 240mm Radiator Support, and Ventilated Front Panel
|Hard Disk Form Factor||2.5 Inches|
|Cooling Method||Water, Air|
|Fan Size||120 Millimeters|
|Item Weight||12.3 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||16.7 x 7.5 x 19.7 inches|
|Case Type||Mid Tower|
|Fan Count||3, 8|
|Number of Expansion Slots||7|
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- Fully meshed front panel for superior airflow
- Supports a 240 mm water cooling radiator or two 120 mm fans on the right side or top of case
- Supports up to three SSDs - two on the tool-less 2.5-Inch bracket and one at the bottom of the HDD cage
- Supports a 120 mm water cooling radiator at the rear
- Includes two Cooler Master XtraFlo 120 mm fans (non-LED) arranged for optimum airflow with support for up to 8 fans total
- Three dust filters (top, right side panel, and power supply) for easy maintenance
- Supports high-end graphics cards up to 320 mm (12.6 in) long, including the NVIDIA GTX 690 and AMD Radeon HD 7990
- Two USB 3.0 SuperSpeed ports in front
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The N400 is one of two computer cases joining the N200 in Cooler Master's new N-Series. Along with its brothers, the N400 has numerous features that help it stand apart from the competition. It does so with a full array of exciting options that have been designed specifically with cooling performance in mind, especially water cooling. Its full mesh front panel and well-ventilated layout provide for a more abundant flow of air throughout the case. Fully embracing water cooling, N400 supports radiators up to 240 mm.
COOLER MASTER N400
The N400 is a member of Cooler Master's all-new N Series computer cases. All members of the N Series feature a mesh front panel that provides modern styling and optimized ventilation. Water cooling is fully embraced as N400 supports up to 240mm radiators for extreme cooling performance. Multiple dust filters located throughout the chassis make system maintenance simple and convenient.
EXCELLENT WATER COOLING SUPPORT
The N Series features a premium, fully meshed front panel that allows substantial airflow to pass through the chassis. Strategic placement of the included fans provide optimum cooling for internal components out of the box.
Flexible mounting options including support for a 240mm radiator along the right side and 120mm at the rear.
SIMPLIFIED CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
OPTIMIZED STORAGE SPACE
Multiple filters can be found throughout N400 (top, right, bottom) to make cleaning dusty build ups a breeze.
8 HDDs can be used to fill up all 3.5" drive bays, or replace two with SSDs in the tool-less slots. An additional SSD can be mounted at the bottom of the hard drive cage to reach maximum storage capacity.
N400 Computer Case
WHICH MEMBER OF THE N SERIES IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
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Pros: Has all mesh front and vents on all sides, very open inside, big quiet fans (2), optical, 3.5 and 2.5in bays have lots of room. Still has a floppy slot (if needed). You can route almost all cables behind motherboard by taking off side panel for a clean inside. MOST IMPORTANT: no bright LEDs or plexiglass windows. I guess I have grown out of that phase. It's black on black. Black painted insides. Throw a black motherboard and cards inside and it will just eat all the light. Supports lots of extra fans and water cooling radiators if that is your thing. My build uses no separate video card but it does support up to 12.6 inch video cards. Came packaged well, inside foam protects. Supports ATX and mATX motherboards.
Cons: As stated before, the case is VERY light and just doesn't feel sturdy. I almost broke the 2.5in tray because it has a little plastic tab to remove it and it is thin.
NOTE: You can't screw in the motherboard stand-offs by hand, there is a silver socket in the parts bag that you screw in with a screwdriver. First I have seen this.
My biggest nitpick is that the manual listed one type of screw as being paired with the M/B standoffs (at least, that's how I read it) when in fact that type of screw didn't fit and another type was called for. In fact, the most numerous (by far) included type of screw doesn't seem to be useful for much of anything besides screwing in cards to the back of the case, while I'm running low on the one that's actually useful after installing only the M/B and one drive. Overall this was a bit confusing and frustrating for someone whose PC building skills are, to put it mildly, rusty.
Another nitpick is that there aren't really any provisions for cable management, not even any dedicated holes through which I could thread zip-ties. I used a bunch of holes that I'm not using for other purposes (like the radiator mount) but obviously that's not ideal.
Besides those minor things, though, I didn't have any issues with the case and the build went well. I expect the case to last a long time, and it doesn't look like it crawled off the set of 2Fast 2Furious (the video card is a different story). Based on those positives, and the low price, I think four stars are warranted.
However, cable management can be a problem. First of all, the PSU is mounted on the bottom, and the motherboard mounts near the top of the case. So you have thick power cables crossing the middle of the case. Maybe if the PSU is completely modular the cables might not be so bad but my PSU is only partially modular and the main 24 pin and the 12v cables are thick. There is very little clearance between the motherboard and the top of the case, and mounting a radiator or some case fans at the top is very difficult. If you use a large aftermarket CPU cooler, it'll probably be impossible. In my case, the ATX 12v and two fan headers are right at the top of the motherboard, which creates an absolute mess.
Also, the filters at the top are somewhat useless, unless you're planning on using that for intake (I'm thinking that it's for exhaust, however).
The tool-less SSD frame is somewhat flimsy, but usable. However if you plan to install fans on that door, you cannot use the frame.
Other than that, the price is good, and the case itself is solid and it does look nice. I've always liked Coolermaster cases, and despite those few issues, this is a good case for the price. With careful planning the cable management issues can be mitigated, and using a closed loop watercooler may help with the space issues as well (I thought about installing one and mounting the radiator on the right side panel but making it an intake instead of an exhaust).
* (2) 3.0 Ports on the front
* Can hold 6, if not 8 fans
* Opposite side panel of component access has enough room for power supply and other bus cables
Not so Goodies:
* Both panels are a bit flimsy, not in that they will easily bend, but they seemed a bit warped when I receieved them.
* Front panel has some of the metal mesh sticking out.
* PCI Slot covers are bent off, not unscrewed, meaning that you will have to purchase more if you switch something to another port on your motherboard.
One last thing to note is to not purchase this case for more than $60. 3rd party sellers are selling this for $70-$90, so save your money, but a better case, or wait for the price to drop back down.