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Product Reviews

COOLER MASTER N200 NSE-200-KKN1 Midnight Black MicroATX Computer Case
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Rating: 9.17/10
With 24 User Reviews
Johnathon_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/17/15
Cons: -Needs more clearance behind motherboard tray for cable management

Pros: -Extra thumbscrews-Best price-Decent options for cooling (NH-D14)
Comment:
My idiot buddy sat on my side panel and ruined it... All good, ganna upgrade to a Fractal Design Arc Midi R2 and throw more Noctua fans in it cuz im crazy.Ill save this busted case for another build - $50CAD for a replacement side panel (grill or window) from CM Europe.
Jacob_G@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/10/15
Cons: -With a big cooler, difficult to screw in last 2 screws-No cable management room (

Pros: -Included Fans! (with the adapter)-Lots of airflow and dust filters almost everywhere-Surprisingly quiet-Lots of drive options -
Comment:
Good case in the sub $50 price bracket. The Case is sturdy and won't cut you up. Painted black interior is nice, and the dust filters rock. Only problem is the lack of space for cables. Routing cables through the back is tricky and requires planning.But, a winner for $40.
Brajan_P@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/06/15
Cons: None so far

Pros: - Good build- Ventilation- It's a Cooler Master !
Comment:
Really good case. It's compact but it's perfect for my needs. Received the item within 2 business days (both business days were holidays btw !).
Eric_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/03/15
Cons: None

Pros: Great matx case for the money, Very Good Quality.
Comment:
I picked this case up for a budget build.This is a very good case for the money.Cooler Master Cases are always very good quality, not like some other brands out there such as Corsair, Bitfenix.
jolly_st_nic@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/03/15
Cons: Could use a little more clearance for cable management

Pros: Inexpensive, Professional looking, Expand-ability, 2 fans included
Comment:
For $50, it's no big deal that it's not the quietest case and even though I needed more room for my cables, the number of cable management holes are plenty for the price. I currently have a lengthy Gigabyte triple fan Windforce card, which fits just fine. The options for rads, cables and storage are great for this price.
Xcel@NCIX
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Review Date: 01/28/15
Cons: Difficile de passer un connecteur 8-pin par la fente à cet effetPas beaucoup d'espace pour les cables derriere la carte mère

Pros: AbordableBien conçu
Comment:
Très abordableTray à disque dur pouvant être enlevé2 SSD pouvant être montés dans le fond du boîtierTrès bon boîtier dans cette gamme de prix
Raegan@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/22/14
Cons: cable management, sorta flimsy but for $40 what can you expect, loud stock fans

Pros: cooling, space for longer gpus, dust filters, looks great
Comment:
the front of the case looks great with it's metal mesh look topped off with it's side edges that is glossy but very easy to clean. the back of the mother board has no room at all if you're going to build in this case quick tip plan out your cables and tie them down tightly even though i packed down the cables its still hard to close the side panel. The case has great airflow but i suggest getting different fans because the stock fans are loud. The case is large for a mATX case
Robert_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/02/14
Cons: Cable management.

Pros: Looking good.Solid.Lots of cooling.
Comment:
Very nice case for the price, this matx case is one of the best i used.
Jeff_W9@NCIX
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Review Date: 11/02/14
Cons: -The front panel with the slight bump looks a bit weird when you put a 5 1/4" drive in (though it's just cosmetic).-No dedicated hole for the 4/8 pin ATX power plug. You can just route it behind the motherboard through the large hole, though.

Pros: Fantastic case - hits all of the checkboxes!-physically small (I'd love it to be even smaller, but it's hard to balance that and a case that's easy to work with)-has 1x 5 1/4" bay, 1x 3.5" bay-cable management in the back/side panel-front USB 2.0 and 3.0 ports (3 of them, which is nice as most cases only have 2)-bottom PSU mount-TONS of extra horizontal room for long video cards-plenty of cooling - front fan, rear fan and space for a top fan-case looks nice
Comment:
I was looking smaller than my (also fabulous) CoolerMaster K280 case for my testing computer rig. I looked online at all kinds of uATX computer cases, from $30 cases up to $150+. I wanted something that was physically smaller than a small ATX tower case (like the K280), but still had room for several internal hard drives. I needed at least 1x 5 1/4" bay and 1x 3.5" bay, and I wanted the case to have some kind of rear panel that accommodated some cable routing/management. For that reason, I also wanted the PSU bay to be on the bottom of the case.It's amazing how many cases come up short in one department or the other.
Reyphox@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/15/14
Cons: None

Pros: Quality built budget case.Front Panel USB 3.0
Comment:
What a great case by Coolermaster. For $50 buck you get a lot more that you expect these days. You can put almost anything in it. Some larger heatsinks may have an issue fitting but really do you need those large heatsinks anymore? Newer processors generate little heat and if you are overclocking then you are probably gonna go water cooled anyways. Two big thumbs up for this case!
Spawnkiller@NCIX
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Review Date: 04/17/14
Cons: very small so tricky to install all components (need to install fans after motherboard, PSU after HDDs (if using 3.5 inch) as you need to screw in the hdd...

Pros: Cooling, little, SWAG !!
Comment:
Really good case for it's low price, would buy again without any problem !!
CanadianBacon05@NCIX
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Review Date: 03/25/14
Cons: None thus far

Pros: Great sizeBuild quality is great for the priceVery versatile layout for many componentsFans that arrive with the case are very quiet, I considered buying upgrades before I even had the case in my possession; glad I didn't.
Comment:
Great value case, highly recommend.
dbx10@NCIX
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Review Date: 02/27/14
Cons: Doesn`t accomodate all air coolers, the case is narrow, and it doesn't have a sriracha sauce holder bundled with it.

Pros: Well designed, compact, great price, very flexible in terms of setup possibilities.
Comment:
I ordered 3 of these for friends and family, even though the boxes were all intact one of them had a warped side panel and a dead front USB port. Cooler Master's quality assurance for the lower price tier seems to be a hit & miss, but fortunately Cooler Master's RMA service is impeccable. For the price, it's not a bad deal at all.
Jonathan_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/06/14
Cons: none

Pros: Quality
Comment:
Bought this case fora budget system; yet, it is still very well build and has a front USB3 port.
Louis_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/31/13
Cons: One USB 3.0 in front

Pros: Design.Elegant.3x USB ports in front.
Comment:
The case is good quality and very well done. All the screws provided to attach the devices are the same color as the box (black). It also has the advantage of having three USB ports on the front (2x USB2.0 and USB3.0 1x).I wish rather 2x USB3.0 instead of one. I found space on the rear panel to hide the electric wires a little tight.This is a very good choice for a mATX case and moreover, it is elegant.But for the price, hard to ask for more.
jsquared@NCIX
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Review Date: 12/26/13
Cons: very thin panels

Pros: cheap, good airflow, nice features
Comment:
great case for the price. some small things i noticed:- the SSD mount underneath the 3.5" bay requires the drive to be placed upside down or the screw holes won't line up. this might have been obvious but as a first timer with SSDs, it was a slight puzzle for me :)- for the top exhaust fan, there is room and mesh filter installed for a 140mm fan. however, for my particular mobo (gigabye z87m), the atx supply cable is in the way, and i was only able to fit a 120mm fan. not the end of the world but something to consider.- the front of the case can be removed to access the mesh filter. this is held in by plastic snaps which, if not too careful, can break off. however, even if you break of one of two its not the end of the world as it can still snap back relatively securely.- the side panels are really thin - as in - you can bend it quite easily with your hands. this means that the case is really light (good), but take care when the panel is removed as it can be easily bent. on the other hand, you can bend it back quite easily too :)- the case comes with 1 out of 2 possible front intake fans installed, in the upper position. placing a second one in the lower position gets good flow directly onto the graphics card, which can make significant improvements on the cooling. e.g. when maxed out, my gtx 760 is a good 5 degrees lowerfor the price, its a really awesome case and i would definitely use again for a mATX budget build with cooling performance in mind. the only thing i wouldn't recommend is if you need any extra sound dampening from the case itself, as it provides very little. the fans in the case are very quiet, but if your components are loud then they'll definitely go through.
FiRE@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/23/13
Cons: None really.

Pros: Nice case to work in, not too cramped, and doesn't feel/look cheap.
Comment:
Would buy again as a basic case to build with, I got it on sale and it was a great price for my build.
equinoxe3d@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/07/13
Cons: - Tight space behind MB tray- Only one USB3 on the front- No ATX12V cable routing hole above MB- Awkward 2.5" drive placements- MB mounts were a bit fragile on my case, do not overtighten the standoffs

Pros: - Compact, good looks and great build quality for the price- Many cooling options, support for 120/140mm fans, large video cards and tall CPU coolers- Quiet and effective fans- Subtle front LEDs- No tool-less stuff (Yes, to me it's a pro)
Comment:
The best of the few mATX cases in its price range IMO. For usually less than $50 you get typical Cooler Master value with an all-black interior, smooth-sounding 120mm fans, lots of cooling options and decent looks to boot. Even if it's made with CLCs in mind it works perfectly for an air-cooled system.I used it for a "higher-performance but not enthusiast-grade" build for a family member (i7 4770 with Hyper 212 Evo, no video card, 1 SSD + 1 HDD) and everything fits fine, and runs cool and quiet.The only (small) quibbles I have are mainly about cable routing and the 2.5" mounts.Cable routing options are very good for the price, but the compact size of the case means some tradeoffs: space behind the MB tray is very limited, with the ATX cable barely fitting and with the limited space at the top of the tray means there is no hole to route the ATX12v cable.The two 2.5" mounts on the MB tray are almost impossible to use if you have a PSU with only right-angled SATA power connectors. The one at the top of the HDD cage is perpendicular to the HDDs, making sharing the SATA power cables between both way harder. Absolutely not deal-breaking issues but a bit annoying if you like clean wiring (maybe that's why Cooler Master has no cables shown in their marketing shots...)The 3.5 HDD cage is decent. Even though drives can only be screwed on the left side and retained by a metal tab on the right, I still suggest putting thumbscrews on the right side as well to hold the drive better and reduce vibrations.Finally, the case comes with a nifty adapter to screw the MB standoffs with a Phillips screwdriver. Just be careful to not overtighten them as you could break the thread and end up with a loose standoff.Outside these minor issues, compared to the gray thin steel, cheap-looking, 92mm-fan-only cases in this price range the N200 is a godsend. Definitely recommended.
Waitwhat@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/27/13
Cons: -Space behind the motherboard! Even the bowed case cover on the right side will not afford much room behind the motherboard after everything is routed, you probably will have trouble closing it. Another centimeter would be perfect. This is when modular psu's are handy so you can minimize the cables you need to use.-The single offset top 140/120mm grate still has distinct clearance issues if you use a thick ~120mm radiator (ie. an H80i) at the back, with any fan at the top of the case. Forget push/pull out the back if you want a top fan, even just pull will give you clearance problems. You'll have to find a slim 120mm or 140mm (I've never seen either). The only solution is to attach the radiator to the top.A slim radiator plus 1x fan and you're probably fine.-1xUSB 3.0 front port means wasting your mobo's 2-port header for only 1 USB 3.0 port, which sort of sucks. 2xUSB 3.0 + 1xUSB 2.0 would be better.Get an after-market 2xUSB3.0 IO 3.5" port (Silverstone) for the front or better yet a 5 1/4" fan controller that also has USB 3.0 ports (I think Aerocool makes one) so you can get both in 1 slot.-Removing the front grate is a bit awkward, I'm always afraid a plastic fastener is going to go flying when I remove it because it's so stiff pulling it off from the handle on the bottom. At least it's easy to clean.-Top only has one 140/120mm grate, with a goofy mesh attached by grommets that don't stay in place.

Pros: -Just over $30 after rebate when it was on sale. I mean really that price is crazy considering what you get for this mATX.-HDD bay is moveable closer to the PSU, away from front-Space for 4x SSD and 2x HDD-You'll never have any GPU clearance issues, even a R9 290 with an Accelero Xtreme III attached at like 14" long won't give you problems because of the open space the shortened HDD bay affords.-PSU platform is rubberized.-Top is easy to drill through if you're going to mod it with a handle or something (I did)-Room for 240mm at the front if you remove the 3.5" bay (you'll have to)-Even though space at the back is scarce, at least there are a lot of tie offs all over so you can use to keep everything in place
Comment:
Even with it's faults I have to give it top rating because of the price, you get everything you could want for mATX form factor, and in midnight black. fyi comes with 2xCoolermaster 120mm fans. There's spots for 5: 2x120mm at the front for intake, 1x120mm one on the side (gpu), 1x120mm(or 140mm) at the top, 1x120mm(or less) at the back. This review was modfied by poster @ 11-27-13 06:56 PM
Yoan_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/18/13
Cons: a bit small, wire management is non-existant

Pros: Very good for the price
Comment:
Very good budget gamer case, but there is way better case at this price
Geoffrey_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/28/13
Cons: - cable management could be a bit better

Pros: - small form factor- lots of HDD/SDD mounts- 4x fan mounts (up to 120mm each)- good air flow- includes array of extra screws and grommets- can fit a 240mm radiator if you need it
Comment:
Great case. No fuss and it gets the job done.It's really plain in terms of features, but what it has, it has a lot of. Beyond the usual front panel / rear panel features, the case allows for several mounted storage devices: at least three 3.5" HDDs and two 2.5" SSDs/HDDs concurrently. Space is a bit cramped here, so cabling may be a bit troublesome if you do need all 5 mounts.Next, the 4 fan mounts are really very handy: the rear mount is great for the standard rear exhaust fan, and the top mount can be used for in/out, depending on your air flow preference. The front mount can easily fit two 120mm fans, or a 240mm radiator if you want it.The only niggles about the case that I have are about the 3 USB ports on the front panel. The top two are USB 2.0 while the third is USB 3.0. It would have been nice if two of the three were USB 3.0. And it would have been more convenient if they were higher up on the case itself: if you keep the desktop on the floor next to your desk, the ports are very far out of reach.All in all, a great case for a good price.
ASUSpro@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/22/13
Cons: not enough space behind motherboard tray for cable management. No tool less design

Pros: looks goodsmall
Comment:
Everything is good about this case except that there is not enough space for hiding cables in the back. Also, no tool-less design. Can be a bit tight for people with big hands, but that's expected for a mATX case.
Yvonsky@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/03/13
Cons: None

Pros: Good lookingGood qualityCheap after MIR
Comment:
It's the first mATX case that I bought and it's really good.Doesn't feel cheap which is good considering the price of 30$ after MIR.
Daniel_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/02/13
Cons: Only 1.6cm of room behind motherboard tray for cable management.

Pros: Airflow, Simplicity, Size
Comment:
Ive had this case for a week now and all I can say about it is that it is awesome. I relocated the rear mounted fan and put it in the front. Stock fans are moderately quite and move decent air. I cut the side panel and put a window in it. Now it looks and cools amazing.Must buy for a budget builder.
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Product Features

Micro ATX Mini Tower Desktop
4 Bays 120mm Fan

Cooler Master N200 Mini Tower
Enjoy a powerful and efficient computing system with the Cooler Master Computer case. The Cooler Master Computer case comes in a mini-tower form factor that can support compatible Micro ATX and mini-ITX motherboards. This mini-tower case features 1 x 5.25 in. Drive Bays, 3 x 3.5 in. Drive Bays, and 4 x Exp Slots, which accommodate several hard and optical drives. It also features a 1 x USB 3.0 Port and 2 x USB 2.0Ports to offer flexible connections with compatible USB peripherals. Get the Cooler Master Computer case right away!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • 1 x 5.25 in. Drive Bays, 3 x 3.5 in. Drive Bays, and 4 x Exp Slots; accommodate a variety of hard and optical drives
  • 1 x USB 3.0 Port and 2 x USB 2.0Ports; allow easy and quick integration of USB peripherals
  • 2 x 120 mm. Fan; delivers optimum cooling performance

 

Product Specifications

Model
BrandCOOLER MASTER
SeriesN200
ModelNSE-200-KKN1
Spec
TypeMicroATX, Mini -ITX
ColorMidnight Black
Case MaterialPlastic bezel with mesh, steel case body
Power SupplyATX PS2 (Max. length: 180mm / 7.1 inch)
Expansion
External 5.25" Drive Bays1
Internal 3.5" Drive Bays3
Internal 2.5" Drive Bays4
Expansion Slots4
Front Ports
Front PortsUSB 3.0 x 1, USB 2.0 x 2, Audio in and out
Cooling System
120mm FansFront: 120mm black fan x 2 (1 is pre-installed)
Rear:120mm black fan x 1 (pre-installed)
Physical Spec
Dimensions7.95" x 14.9" x 17.52"
Weight9.5 lbs.
Features
FeaturesEdgy asymmetrical design with full mesh on the front panel

Mini tower with great expandability that supports up to three 3.5" HDD and four 2.5" SSD

Supports a 240mm liquid cooling radiator in the front

Supports high-end graphics cards with a length of up to 355mm / 14in

Supports air CPU cooler heights up to 160mm/6.3in

Supports SuperSpeed USB 3.0

Removable dust filter under the PSU for easy maintenance
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