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post #31 of 115
Seriously, no update on the availability of N200 windowed version?
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post #32 of 115
The N200 is really fun to work with. The weight and the size of the case are perfect, and the build quality is good.

I know I need to get a better power supply but this pic is to just show how things look in the case.
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The N200 is really fun to work with. The weight and the size of the case are perfect, and the build quality is good.

I know I need to get a better power supply but this pic is to just show how things look in the case.

B.bbbbb.bbb.b..b.Beautiful!!!! heart.gif

edit: You should try push pull on that h220, HTL was/were able to put two fans inside the front cover. So it would be fans>case>rad>fans>drive cage
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B.bbbbb.bbb.b..b.Beautiful!!!! heart.gif

edit: You should try push pull on that h220, HTL was/were able to put two fans inside the front cover. So it would be fans>case>rad>fans>drive cage

I plan on modding the case in the next coming week or so. I had the chance to review the case and had a H220 laying around. Wanted to show that there is a lot of space in this case for your basic AIO coolers. But yes I would add a push pull and prolly a thicker RAD as well.

Here is my reivew:

http://themodzoo.com/forum/index.php?/page/articles.html/_/reviews/cooler-master-n200-matx-case-review-r33
post #35 of 115
Nice review!

Love that case man...I wish I could get one, but not for the time being, they aren't available locally.
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Nice review!

Love that case man...I wish I could get one, but not for the time being, they aren't available locally.

Thanks man. My best part was the cable management on this case. I have worked on a switch 810 but cable management on this was more fun as the case size is perfect for your typical PSU cable length. Only grip no CPU power cable cut out frown.gif

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Thanks man. My best part was the cable management on this case. I have worked on a switch 810 but cable management on this was more fun as the case size is perfect for your typical PSU cable length. Only grip no CPU power cable cut out frown.gif


Should be easy enough to cut yourself, I hope.

OT: This is by far my favorite MATX case right now. It's really well designed and wastes NO space biggrin.gif Hopefully in the future (probably post haswell maybe even after that, when I finally move to a new build it's going to be either this SG05 or E120A-if they make a new better version-
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Should be easy enough to cut yourself, I hope.

OT: This is by far my favorite MATX case right now. It's really well designed and wastes NO space biggrin.gif Hopefully in the future (probably post haswell maybe even after that, when I finally move to a new build it's going to be either this SG05 or E120A-if they make a new better version-

With a decent dremel it should not take more than 10 mins. With that said, if you read the review and look at the first pic that I poster the CPU power cable is present and was routed by tucking it very close to the motherboard corners. If someone likes to mod or would like to try it for the first time, this case is perfect for that. Put a couple handles on the top, cut your window or buy the window version (or the panel), and you have a perfect LAN pc ready that you can pick up and move easily.
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Seriously, no update on the availability of N200 windowed version?

Call Cooler Master office in your location and ask them to order the windowed side panel for you.
    
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I just pulled all the guts of my old NZXT Vulcan build and put it into my new Cooler Master N200. I dont plan on running water cooling so it is going to be up to the NH-C14 with TY-147's and the 2 stock Cooler Master fans for cooling duty.



I did a quick run of IBT at maximum setting and was 1-2° hotter than the old case. Not bad considering I had an additional 200mm side intake and 2 more 120mm exhausts fans with my old setup.

I am very amazed at what went in to this case for the $49.99 price point. I have to agree with jassilamba and say that this case has well designed cable management.

I removed the bottom 3.5 drive mounts and mounted the front intake fan on the outside of the case frame but inside of the plastic/mesh facade. This makes the case interior even more tidy.
 
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