The Top, Bottom, and Rear Panels

The top panel of the Cooler Master N200 is meshed, supporting the installation of a 120 mm fan. The case comes with an air filter for this fan. On the bottom panel, the reviewed case comes with an air filter for the power supply fan.

Cooler Master N200 caseFigure 7: Top panel

Cooler Master N200 caseFigure 8: Bottom panel

The rear panel and the interior of the Cooler Master N200 are painted in black.

On the Cooler Master N200, the power supply is installed at the bottom of the case.

The product comes with a 120 mm fan installed on its rear panel (Cooler Master A12025-12CB-3EN-F1, a.k.a. Xtraflo 120, sleeve bearing, 2,000 rpm, 82.9 cfm, and 36 dBA). This fan uses a standard three-pin fan power connector with an adapter in case you want to connect the fan directly to the power supply.

This case has four expansion slots with vented, reusable covers.

The rear panel has two holes for hoses of liquid cooling solutions, with 1.2” (30 mm) in diameter. To use these holes, you need to break and toss away their metallic covers.

Cooler Master N200 caseFigure 9: Rear panel

Let’s now take a look inside the Cooler Master N200.


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