Thursday, September 16th 2021

Cooler Master Launches The NR200P MAX SFF Solution

Cooler Master today launches the NR200P MAX, the first iteration of its new MAX line of building platforms. The NR200P MAX's extraordinarily optimized ecosystem provides small form factor enthusiasts a fail-proof jump start on their builds through fine-tuned components and thoughtful design. MAX products serve as a physical culmination of Cooler Master's years of mechanical, thermal, and power delivery expertise, aiming to break industrial limits and perfect technological achievements. Case, thermal and power solutions come pre-customized with never seen before product features, calibrated to work together in exquisite harmony.

Editors Note: You can find our review for the Cooler Master NR200P MAX here.
The First of Cooler Master's MAX Series - Max out your PC performance with Cooler Master's new MAX Series, complete with custom thermal and power delivery solutions. Tailor-made to provide versatile hardware compatibility, as well as providing ample clearance for the largest, widest graphics cards on the market, MAX delivers ready-to-go building platforms for high-performance systems.

Cooler Master's Expertise At Its Finest - NR200P MAX is a masterpiece integrating Cooler Master's expertise in the thermal, power delivery and mechanical design, designed for unstoppable performance and capable of satisfying the most power-hungry systems.

SFF Building Refined - Get a head start in building your SFF PC! Taking up only 18 liters of volume, the NR200P MAX takes the difficulty and hassle of cable management out of small form factor PC building.

Luxurious, Out-of-the-Box Solution - A time efficient, ready-made solution for PC enthusiasts who place utmost value on their PC performance. NR200P MAX saves users from hours upon hours of tedious research with guaranteed hardware

SFF, Built to Spec

Decked out in Slate Grey for a stealthy modern look, the NR200P MAX serves to be the most user-friendly yet versatile SFF build on the market. Although bearing similarities to the best-selling NR200(P) at a glance, the NR200P MAX boasts an exclusive case layout, top-mounted, 280 mm AIO water solution, as well as an 80 Plus Gold verified 850-watt PSU, all pre-installed and pre-routed out of the box. Liquid cooling and electrical cables have been modified to custom lengths for a polished look and effortless, time-efficient build.

Its unique, synergized design allows professionals and SFF entry level builders alike to unlock the full potential of any Mini-ITX motherboard, GPU, and RAM installed, completely eliminating the complex process of researching product compatibility to achieve minimal footprint.

Pricing

The Cooler Master NR200P MAX will be available soon for 349.99 USD.
Source: Cooler Master
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8 Comments on Cooler Master Launches The NR200P MAX SFF Solution

#1
Tardian
Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P TG Mini ITX Case: 139.00AUD. This will be interesting if the local price is OK.
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BSim500
"The Cooler Master NR200P MAX will be available soon for 349.99 USD."
^ And this is why I lost all interest in Mini-ITX and went back to M-ATX (that half the time is no bigger anyway...)
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Lnxepique
BSim500^ And this is why I lost all interest in Mini-ITX and went back to M-ATX (that half the time is no bigger anyway...)
Are you kidding? You realize the cost and time saving of a pre-installed, pre-routed 850W SFF PSU + 280MM AIO ?? As a beginner, you'd easily save 2 hours build time - not factored in the time spent researching and buying the individual components.
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BSim500
LnxepiqueAre you kidding? You realize the cost and time saving of a pre-installed, pre-routed 850W SFF PSU + 280MM AIO ?? As a beginner, you'd easily save 2 hours build time - not factored in the time spent researching and buying the individual components.
I'm actually not kidding. The only reason huge 280mm radiators are needed is for those to overclock to the max, and I've found that to be better on ATX purely due to the choice of motherboard (especially more VRM phases vs space limited around the CPU socket ITX), Chipsets + M2 drives run cooler on ATX / MATX (due to either not having to share a 'double-decker' heatsink (front ITX) or being shoved on the rear of a board with no airflow, etc). I've always found ITX to be at its best for small non-overclocked low wattage builds which really doesn't need the largest water-cooling (if any) radiators at all. As for adding a SFF PSU, I did that previously with a Corsair SF600. A literal 5 minute job. (Hint: A PSU with naturally shorter 35-45cm cables (vs the 65-75cm of ATX) means there's a lot less cable that needs hiding in the first place...)
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Tsukiyomi91
$350 that includes a SFX 850W PSU with 80+ Gold while being fully modular cables that are already optimized in length to keep things tidy and a 280mm AIO kit already pre-installed? That's... not bad of a deal. I don't see the reason to complain since the closest competitor is NZXT's H1, but the difference is the H1 only gives a 750W PSU, less fans, a smaller AIO kit and a "questionable" PCIe Riser kit, altogether is more expensive.
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#6
Mysteoa
Just the case without the PSU, would make it around 150$ for my local market. It may be just on the line of what I'm willing to spend.
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#7
Tsukiyomi91
kinda on the expensive side but expected.
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#8
Tardian
499 AUD. Not cheap but with 850W Gold PSU + 280 AIO CPU Cooler so expected. I would like to see this and Lian Li back to back.
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