titleOne of the biggest down falls to having a smaller form factor case and motherboard has always been lack of room for aftermarket cooling solutions, namely water cooling. Cooler master has released the N series brand of cases, a new line that hopes to tackle the water cooling conundrum that many small form factor users are faced with. The N series is touted as a mainstream computer case aimed at the masses, a simple, cheap solution that will house all of the gaming essentials. And as an enthusiast, it might not be your next rig, but it could very well be a candidate for your next LAN rig or for a budding gamer friend.

Product Name: Cooler Master N200

Review Sample Provided By: Cooler Master

Review By: Brennon

Pictures By: Brennon 


Available Color

Midnight Black


Plastic bezel with mesh, steel case body


202 x 378 x 445mm / 7.95 x 14.9 x 17.52 inch (W x H x D)

Net Weight

4.3 kg / 9.5 lbs

M/B Type

microATX, Mini-ITX

5.25" Drive Bays

1 (Max. length of 5.25" device: 170mm / 6.7 inch)

3.5" Drive Bays


2.5" Drive Bays


I/O Panel

N200: USB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 2, Audio in and out

N200 Advanced: USB 3.0 x 2, USB 2.0 x 1, Audio in and out

Expansion Slots


Cooling System

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)

Power Supply Type

ATX PS2 (Max. length: 180mm / 7.1 inch)

Maximum Compatibility

CPU cooler height:

w/o 120mm x 25mm side fan: 160mm / 6.3inch

with 120mm x 25mm side fan: 140mm / 5.5inch

*Side panel with stamping

Graphics card length: 355mm / 14 inch

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