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  1. Jesse takes a look at the all new Cooler Master N200 MATX case, available for only $49.99 will it be able to provide the right features? Cooler Master’s latest case offering is a mini tower packed with a lot of punch. Just a quick look at the case and one can see the simplistic approach taken by cooler master here. I’m a big fan of simple cases as they provide for the most usability for any kind of user. Cooler Master was able to add support for a 240mm radiator in the front right out of the box allowing the use of 240mm CPU coolers such as the Corsair H100i. The case comes with two 120mm fans. 1 in the front as intake and 1 in the rear as an exhaust, and if that was not enough for a case this size they also included spots to add a 140mm or a 120mm fan on the top and a 120mm in the side panel. The case allows users to add up-to four 2.5” SSD/HDDs and three 3.5” HDDs, the case also features a 5.25” drive bay for optical drives and fan controllers, and a 3.5” bay for when you are feeling a little “Old School”. You would need to remove the 3.5” bay if you want to place a 240 radiator in the front. If water cooling is not your thing you will be glad to know the case supports air coolers up to 160mm tall, and the front mesh panel with two 120mm fans will ensure airflow over all your components. The case’s interior is designed in a very smart away and maximizes the space and allows the users the option to try out a few unique ways of placing the drives in the case. The case has space for any of the newest and largest graphic cards like the GTX 690, GTX TITAN, and AMD HD 7990 (SLI or CrossFire). The case supports mATX and ITX motherboards allowing for some powerful gaming / LAN setups. Cooler Master N200 dimensions (L) 445 x (H) 378 x (D) 202mm / (L) 17.52 x (H) 14.9 x (W) 7.95 inch Edgy asymmetrical design with full mesh on the front panelMini tower with great expandability that supports up to three 3.5" HDD and four 2.5" SSDSupports a 240mm liquid cooling radiator in the frontSupports high-end graphics cards with a length of up to 355mm/14inchSupports air CPU cooler heights up to 160mm/6.3inchSupports SuperSpeed USB 3.0Removable dust filter under the PSU for easy maintenanceYou can see and read more details on the Cooler Master N200 Product Page Before I get into more details I would like to thank Bill Owen and Cooler Master for the opportunity to review this case. Page 1 of 3 123 → Last » Click here to view the article
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