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Cooler Master N200 Mini-Tower Case Review


The aesthetic design of the Cooler Master N200 is simple but attractive.  The front panel of the case is finished in black plastic mesh which allows air to flow freely into the case.  The entire panel features basic dust proofing behind the mesh, which is a nice touch.  The rest of the case is constructed from SECC steel which has been powder coated black.  It’s not the thickest steel but it doesn’t feel too flimsy.


There is a solid black strip running down the front panel of the case which features the power and reset buttons as well as the front panel connections.  From top to bottom we find headphone and microphone connectors, two USB2.0 connectors and a single USB3.0 connectors.


Moving up to the top of the case, there is a dust filtered air vent cut into the roof of the case which isn’t populated by a fan.  It supports both 120 mm and 140 mm units should you want to add extra ventilation.  The 120 mm mountings are offset towards the left side of the case which allows more clearance for a 120 mm water cooling radiator.


Looking at the rear of the case, we can see that there is a 120 mm exhaust vent which is populated with a fan.  There are four expansion slots in total, matching the specification for Micro-ATX motherboards.  The power supply mountings are located at the bottom.

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