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Cooler Master N200 MicroATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.3 Average / 83 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Cooler Master

Model

N200

Part #

NSE-200-KKN1

Type

MicroATX Mid Tower

Color

Black

Includes Power Supply

No

External 5.25" Bays

1

Internal 2.5" Bays

4

Internal 3.5" Bays

3

Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports

Yes

Maximum Video Card Length

355mm

Dimensions

201mm x 378mm x 445mm

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Reviews

from completed build $550 budget gaming build

This case is absolutely fantastic its easy to work in, and is pretty quiet, also it has great cable management on the inside for better airflow which is especially important for a small case like this. Finally its great price for less then $50 makes it great for this build.

from completed build Return of The Recycled PC

Plenty of room for cable management, can fit massive GPUs, and can have 5 fans, whats not to like?

Alright case

from completed build "Lagann" ~A Micro ATX Build

Kind of a tight fit for my matx mobo, had to remove the hard drive cage to install the hdd, but plenty of cable management room. Nice blacked out look

from completed build Jormungand 2

Only complaint with this case is that I wish there were more places to put drives and SSDs, but if you're not using a 240mm rad it's fine.

from completed build Mini Sheltor

Best,smallest, budget Mid Tower money can buy. It got everything you need: space, solid cable management (for a $50 case), decent stock cooler configuration, & much much more. If there is one thing that bothers me is that while the back side panel has an indented portion to allow more room for cable management it's really difficult to get the side panel back on because all your cables will be in the way for attachment until it's completely attached.

from completed build COOLERMARS my first ever pc build

its a very premium case and that only for $40 its has filterd intake and the fans are dead quiet

from completed build Project Blue Ice

This is a really nice case considering how cheap it was. It comes with plenty of features, good airflow, and looks sleek. The case itself is also pretty sturdy, and comes with everything you need for mounting your components.

The only reason I didn't give this case five stars is because the back of the case has VERY little room for managing your cables. Even if you do a good job, your still going to have to compress the cables as much as possible and wrestle with the back panel to get it on. Other than that though, this is a pretty solid case.

from completed build Office Computer

There are many things that I would like to say about this case. It is made almost completely of metal and the chassis has very little flex, and for less than $50, that is very good. It has plenty of SSD mounting spots and the airflow is well thought out, especially for a case this size. The dust filters are not the best, but are more than acceptable for the price. The front panel mesh serves a dual purpose as a dust filter and an excellent aesthetic. The entire case is pleasant to look and doesn't stand out, which could be good or bad depending on what it is used for. My main problem with this case is cable management. There are plenty of holes and included grommets to route cables through, that is not a problem. The problem is the back space. There is almost no space to route cables and even after shoving the molex and sata cables into the front, which by the way looks terribly messy, I still had to cram on the back cover and had to resort to holding the bottom corners with my feet and to top ones with my hands as I screwed it in place. I hope that I never have to add on or fix any cables in the future, because I have a feeling that something explode if I take off the back cover. All in all, I understand the restraints that come with the price tag and the small form factor, but if Cooler Master would just as another half-inch to the case's width, my experience would have been so much better.

from completed build Sub-$650 Gaming Build

This case is awesome! it looks nice, has good cable management, good airflow, and plenty of spaces to mount 2.5 inch drives.