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When will the N400 be here?
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The HDD cage is removable by screws on the bottom & inside the case.
Ordered mine already!
I was considering Silverstone mATX alternatives but the window & price sealed the deal for me lol tongue.gif

Thanks. Yea I was actually going to either do a mini ITX (Bitfenix Prodigy) or mATX (Corsair 350D) Haswell build, but this case will be the home to my new components biggrin.gif...unless something nicer comes out by the time Haswell is released XD
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When will the N400 be here?

N200 is available now, and the N400 will be available in June. The N series we designed from small to big to support our Seidon 240m size radiators. The whole series will support front or side mounted radiator locations of at least 240mm. Feel free to pick my brain on these N series elegant chassis.
    
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N200 is available now, and the N400 will be available in June. The N series we designed from small to big to support our Seidon 240m size radiators. The whole series will support front or side mounted radiator locations of at least 240mm. Feel free to pick my brain on these N series elegant chassis.
See I'm getting a Seidon for my RIVG build. I like to use all space available and dislike open space... What ine would be best for me?
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Feel free to pick my brain on these N series elegant chassis.

I know the N200 advanced is going to have x2 USB3.0 ports but if you buy a non-advanced N200 is there a way to upgrade to a 2nd USB3.0 port later on?
 
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See I'm getting a Seidon for my RIVG build. I like to use all space available and dislike open space... What ine would be best for me?

If you have an MATX motherboard and a modular PSU like the Silent Pro Hybrid, I'd recommend the N200. Its a design that seperates the men from the boys because cable management has to be thought out in advance.
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I know the N200 advanced is going to have x2 USB3.0 ports but if you buy a non-advanced N200 is there a way to upgrade to a 2nd USB3.0 port later on?

USA will only carry the N200 with USB 2.0 x 2 and USB 3.0 x 1. We conducted research and found our customers wouldn't pay more for extra USB 3.0 ports so to keep the chassis affordable for everyone we decided that 3 USB ports would make everyone happy rather than USB 3.0 x 2. The front bezel is totally different for the basic to advanced version, so sorry you can't upgrade yet..
    
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Any availability info outside the US?
I'm in Argentina...Currently rocking a CM 690 II and I love it, but the N200 would fit my MVG nicely smile.gif
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When is the Windowed Version (NSE-200-KWN1) going to be available in retail, such as Newegg?
They only have the KKN1 (No window) panel version available for sale.
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I never was unrelaxed I just pointed out what I realized made me think of the level 10 gt
Alright.. But N200 looks very beautiful! smile.gif
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The HDD cage is removable by screws on the bottom & inside the case.
Ordered mine already!
I was considering Silverstone mATX alternatives but the window & price sealed the deal for me lol tongue.gif
Yeah, Thank for Corsair kept me away from 350D case! Because 350D isn't a real M-ATX mini case, lack of four slots, and is actual revised from somewhere between 200R and 300R case mid-tower category. 350D case is YUCK!

Right now, I'm torn between this N200 or sliverstone mATX [SG09/10]...

I am looking forward your build eventually. biggrin.gif
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I'll definitely post up the build when it arrives. However, I'm waiting for the windowed version to be available since that's the main deal-sealer for me.

I was also considering alternatives, like the Silverstone mATX (SG09/SG10/TJ08-E) as they are incredibly attractive option for mATX with good quality. However, I decided on the N200 for these reasons:

1. Price is much higher (49.99 vs 99.99) than the N200
2. No windowed version available (it would be awesome to have one for TJ08-E!)
3. Some little features (I can't seem to remember them ATM)
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