Excerpt: Cooler Master has a series of affordable chassis called the N series. They're also supposed to cool well and are made for liquid cooling including 240 mm radiators, perhaps making them a good and affordable option for a powerful rig.
Summary: Seeing everything we just did, all I can say is I am impressed. Cooler Master hit all of the major points that customers are looking for when they are buying a chassis. The front is aesthetically pleasing while staying simple and subdued, and they still offer great ventilation through the front of...
Summary: The Cooler Master N200 Case has amazing potential and major bang for the buck. It comes with two 120mm fans and more can be installed, fan filters, ample drive bays, fits mATX & mITX motherboards, water cooling friendly, USB3, is lightweight, looks great and affordable.
Summary: Mainstream chassis design has never been all that exciting given that most companies will do whatever they can to increase the profit margin. These cost cutting measures often lead to cases that are weak, noisy and downright unusable.
Pros: Solid Cooler Master Design, Clean Industrial Look, Perfect for Simple Mods, Compact Chassis, Perfect for Watercooling
Cons: Had issues with extremly large coolers, External 3.5" drive bay?, Cable routing in side panel not held in chassis
Summary: I’m not exactly sure what the “N” in the new Cooler Master N-series chassis stands for but if you told me it stood for “No Nonsense”, I would have believed you. It definitely does not stand for “No Frills” as it covers the basics and then some, including 240mm radiator support, as well as the...
Conclusion: To sum things up, I think that the Cooler Master N200 is an everyman’s case, but not every man’s case. Its size and limited ability for additional hard drives, video cards, and optical disc drives severely hinders its ability to be an enthusiast case, but that isn’t what it is made for anyway.
Summary: The Cooler Master N200 provides an excellent value for the user who wants to build a small yet powerful computer based on a microATX or Mini-ITX motherboard.
Pros: Great price, Support for video cards up to 14” (355 mm) long, Support for 240 mm radiator on the front panel, Good quality plastic parts, Support for three 3.5” hard drives and four 2.5” SSDs or laptop hard drive, A huge cutout in the motherboard tray for accessing the backplate of the CPU cooler...
Cons: No tool-less installation mechanisms for storage devices, Only one USB 3.0 port instead of two
Summary: With the build quality and abundance of features implemented throughout this case, it is easy to recommend this case as it provides incredible value.
Pros: Support for water cooling up to a 240mm front radiator,Up to four places to mount SSD’s,Top and side fan options,pre-installed Easy to clean filters,Good cable management,Compact size,Price,Easily removable dust filter for the power supply, modular HDD cage, supports the largest video cards,avail...
Cons: No room at the top for a standard fan has to be maximum 15mm thick, No pass through at the top of MB tray for an 8-pin connection