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Cooler Master N200 Chassis Review - Cooler Master N200 Mini-Tower Chassis

Cooler Master N200 Chassis Review
A tiny chassis with a lot of features. Have a peek at the new N200 mini-tower chassis from Cooler Master.
By: | Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jun 8, 2013 5:07 am
TweakTown Rating: 94%Manufacturer: Cooler Master

Cooler Master N200 Mini-Tower Chassis




The front bezel on the N200 is nearly all black steel mesh. The only thing to break it up is the long thick bar on the right side of the chassis with the Cooler Master logo at the bottom.




Under the removable 5.25" bay cover and next to the 3.5" cover, you will find the front I/O panel. It starts with the reset button and the power button just above the HDD activity light. You then get a pair of 3.5mm audio and microphone jacks as well as a pair of USB 2.0 ports and a single USB 3.0 port.




Most of the top surface of the chassis is just the texture painted steel. As you move back on the chassis you have a 120mm fan opening that currently has a dust filter held in with push-clips, but no fan is shipped in this location.




You can see at the front of the chassis that the sides of the bezel are all very shiny, and you bluntly hit the textured paint of the left door panel. The door is raised to allow for a fan to have room next to the video card/s if you choose to fill this second optional mounting position.




In the back you find the rear I/O area next to the exhaust fan at the top. The lower half offers four expansion slots that have removable ventilated covers, offers a pair of optional holes for water cooling, and has the power supply sitting on the bottom of the chassis.




The right side of the chassis offers that same shaped bump-out that the left side had. This time it is for wiring since the motherboard tray is so close to the door.




Under the chassis you can see the dust filter under the PSU and the four large plastic feet with rubber pads right away. If you look a little closer at the right side, you can see those are screws and not rivets holding in the HDD rack.

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