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Cooler Master releases the NR200 and NR200P mini-ITX chassis

Cooler Master has just launched two new mini-ITX chassis for the SFF lovers. The NR200 and the NR200P are 18-litre volume cases with high compatibility for cooling solutions and large graphics cards, making them the “ultimate gateway enclosure into the small form factor world”. The main difference between both cases lies in the additional tempered glass side panel included with the NR200P. 

Featuring a highly modular structure with a total of five vents and 360º access, these cases allow you to easily create and mount high-performance builds due to their removable frame elements. This paves the way for multiple hardware layouts and cooling configurations.

Despite its reduced dimensions (360x185x292mm), the NR200 cases can fit most common-sized components. You can mount a 155mm tall CPU cooler (153mm if using the tempered glass panel) and a 3-slot graphics card as long as 330mm with a maximum width of 156mm. Cooling support includes a 92mm fan on the rear, 2x 120mm fans on the top, 2x 120mm fans and a 240mm radiator on the bottom, 2x 120/140mm fans or a 240/280mm radiator on the side, and two liquid cooling pump locations.

The NR200 comes with 1x 92mm fan and 1x 120mm fan, while the NR200P comes with 2x 120mm fans and a short riser cable to vertically mount your graphics card. Drive support allows you to mount up to 3x 2.5-inch drives or 2x 3.5-inch drives, while PSU support is limited to SFX and SFX-L form factors. Both cases support mITX and mDTX motherboards and have 5x expansion slots, from which 2x are vertical and 3x are horizontal. The front I/O panel comes with 2x USB 3.2 ports and a 3.5mm audio-in/out jack.

The Cooler Master NR200P is available for pre-order at OverclockersUK, priced at £89.99. Availability and pricing of the NR200 haven't been shared yet. You can learn more about the NR200 chassis HERE, and the NR200P chassis HERE.

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KitGuru says: Are many of you looking to put together a small form factor PC this year? Are these new cases from Cooler Master going to be on your upgrade shortlist? 

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