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Cooler Master NR200P

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The Cooler Master NR200P has already managed to make its mark, spawning the Max variant due to its success. With that, Cooler Master has released four consumer-voted color options of the NR200P to add that splash of extravagance to what turns out to be an already excellent ITX chassis.

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Besides that, the NR200P looks very much like a slightly compact NR200P Max.
NR200P Max review two months ago:
The Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P MAX we are reviewing is, as the name implies, a bigger variant of their NR200P
They are literally identical in size. The only differences are in stamping of the back panel (mobo tray lowered down, rearranged pcie slots) and added mounting points on the top rails.
HDD mounting holes in the bottom panel seem to be a new addition in this batch of NR200/P. My older NR200P doesn't have them, and they appear to be borrowed from the Max which first introduced them.

I'm somewhat surprised to see temperatures being pretty much identical in mesh vs glass tests and vastly different in vertical vs horizontal configuration. I'd have expected the AIO to be choked by the glass and to be having no trouble cooling cpu when intaking from the bottom (other than the pump being then the highest point of the loop).

+1 for new color options - orange and purple make eye catching contrast with black interior accents. Those grey panels from Max could also make their way into regular NR200 lineup. I'd also like to see the 120/140 fan mounts on top rails to be shared among all cases in this family. I hate the top panel being plastic - arguably the weakest point of this case. I'd much prefer to have the top panel made identically as the sides are - bent steel with pushpins (the pin-catching-holes are already in place). I could see myself buying such upgrade kit for NR200P from CM if they ever make it. Custom 3dprinted solutions are fine, but a combination of the mounting holes they're already manufacturing with a new top panel inspired by the sides (or raised for radiator support) seem like an obvious addition to me.
 
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oooh "Caribbean Blue" nice!!! I'd like to see an option in gunmetal grey

The sunset orange on black looks cool... just a little too much eye candy for me.

Although not in the list, my primary fancy being a modified full-on white unit (especially without the tampered glass black border).
 

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Love my NR200P, feels downright roomy in there for an ITX build. Great value for money, really nice build quality, and a modders delight, mines got to be half 3d printed at this rate. Really good if you want to dabble with deshrouding too.
 
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I would prefer brighter colours, these are too pastel for my liking.
 
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NR200P Max review two months ago:

They are literally identical in size. The only differences are in stamping of the back panel (mobo tray lowered down, rearranged pcie slots) and added mounting points on the top rails.
HDD mounting holes in the bottom panel seem to be a new addition in this batch of NR200/P. My older NR200P doesn't have them, and they appear to be borrowed from the Max which first introduced them.

I'm somewhat surprised to see temperatures being pretty much identical in mesh vs glass tests and vastly different in vertical vs horizontal configuration. I'd have expected the AIO to be choked by the glass and to be having no trouble cooling cpu when intaking from the bottom (other than the pump being then the highest point of the loop).

+1 for new color options - orange and purple make eye catching contrast with black interior accents. Those grey panels from Max could also make their way into regular NR200 lineup. I'd also like to see the 120/140 fan mounts on top rails to be shared among all cases in this family. I hate the top panel being plastic - arguably the weakest point of this case. I'd much prefer to have the top panel made identically as the sides are - bent steel with pushpins (the pin-catching-holes are already in place). I could see myself buying such upgrade kit for NR200P from CM if they ever make it. Custom 3dprinted solutions are fine, but a combination of the mounting holes they're already manufacturing with a new top panel inspired by the sides (or raised for radiator support) seem like an obvious addition to me.
The NR200P is - Dimensions (L x W x H) 376 x 185 x 292mm incl. Protrusions, 360 x 185 x 274mm excl. Protrusions

The NR200P Max is - Dimensions (L x W x H) 377 x 185 x 292mm (incl. Protrusions), 361 x 185 x 274mm (excl. Protrusions)

So the NR200P s a bit smaller :D

Love my NR200P, feels downright roomy in there for an ITX build. Great value for money, really nice build quality, and a modders delight, mines got to be half 3d printed at this rate. Really good if you want to dabble with deshrouding too.
I put a D15 in mine :D
 
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The NR200P is - Dimensions (L x W x H) 376 x 185 x 292mm incl. Protrusions, 360 x 185 x 274mm excl. Protrusions

The NR200P Max is - Dimensions (L x W x H) 377 x 185 x 292mm (incl. Protrusions), 361 x 185 x 274mm (excl. Protrusions)

So the NR200P s a bit smaller :D


I put a D15 in mine :D
I put a D14 in mine, fitted much better :p

 
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