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Cooler Master NR200 Small Form Factor Mini-ITX Case with Vented Panel

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Amazon.com has Cooler Master NR200 Small Form Factor Mini-ITX Case with Vented Panel for $94.99 - $20 Rebate = $74.99. Shipping is free.

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About this item:
  • Vented Panel: The NR200 is flanked with five ventilated steel panels for unrestricted airflow.
  • Unrestricted Cooling Potential: Holds up to 7 fans. 5 sides of open ventilation. Fits CPU coolers up to 155mm tall or up to 280mm long radiators.
  • Full-size GPU Compatible: Triple slot GPUs are supported with a maximum length of 330mm and maximum width of 156mm. Vertical mounting is optional.
  • 360 Degree Accessibility: Every panel and frame part can be dismantled to allow advanced disassembly and 360 degrees of access to work on components.
  • High-quality Materials: Thick, powder coated SGCC steel lasts the life time of the chassis and resists marring from transport or handling.
  • Custom Cooling Support: Two liquid cooling pump locations alongside side and bottom radiator mounting locations allow for powerful, custom water-cooled builds inside a compact enclosure
  • Easy, Tool-free access: All external panels, including the tempered glass and top-mounted fans, are secured with pins for easy removal, facilitating quick access to the internals without the use of tools.
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Black color is $94.99 with a $20 MIR

The Black NR200P also has the mail in rebate making it ~$100.

I know MIR sucks and there was a better deal for the NR200P but its a pretty good deal for the NR200

https://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Mas...JHP26&th=1
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Quote from exhurt :
Will buy it when they remove the $3.99 shipping again.

It's not much, but it's the principal
I'm ok with the shipping if they bring back the 15% CB lol
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I posted a few times in the SAMA IM01 deal thread. TLDR; I've built several NR200/ps and would go with the SAMA moving forward.

My SAMA just came in. Was thinking of transitioning from the NR200p to the SAMA as I wanted to fit a 3.5" HDD that my NR200p didn't have room for.

I can say this is a better case than the NR200. However, I don't know if I'll bother spending the time moving over from the NR200, but if I didn't already have the NR200 - the SAMA would be the one to buy.

The main difference is the much better mounting system for the top fans. The Nr200 uses these proprietary rubber pins to hold in 25mm thick 120mm fans. This case uses a standard fan mounting system - simple dust cover and screws. Why is this important? Well if you want to use slim fans, which is important with some vertical GPUs or CPU coolers, you would need to buy special pins off of etsy, 3d print them yourself, or come up with a janky other system on the NR200.

Now, the SAMA doesn't seem to officially support top mounted rads, but I don't see any reason why they wouldn't be able to work if you could physically make them fit. It looks like you might be able to get a slim rad and slim fans on there without interfering with the motherboard, but I have yet to test this. This was the main reason why I switched to the SAMA, since I read somewhere that this supports top mounted rads, but it is not officially supported and doesn't look like it would be too simple.

Next, the MATX support is leaps and bounds better in the SAMA, which drops your cost on motherboards. I will likely keep the SAMA around and build an MATX build inside, but you must use a front mounted ATX PSU (some GPU length issues) or an SFF PSU (expensive, often sold out). So may be great for budget builds/builds with smaller GPUs. Seems excellent for a lower cost ATX PSU, an MATX mobo, and 3060 Ti (when available).

The NR200 can have an MATX mobo inside with some doing, but it is unofficial. Also, you only get 3 removable doors on the back for pcie slots, while the SAMA has 4.

The SAMA has a few extra rather useless front I/O ports and a much less cooler looking power button. The NR200 has rounded edges and goes for a different aesthetic even though they are both very similar. Size wise, next to each other they are so close that it makes you wonder why Cooler Master didn't shift things around a few mm for the extra compatibility that the SAMA has, but I wouldn't be surprised if the sequel to the NR200 from CM basically integrates the changes the SAMA made with the look of the NR200.

Seeing as to how the NR200 is ~$100 now with a bullshit rebate and the SAMA is ~$64, it is a very easy choice to go with the SAMA.

edit: Also for smaller cases, if you don't need massive coolers or storage capabilities, look at the Velka cases or FormD T1. Those are my favorites right now.

Also for PCIe Gen 4 Riser, the 05cm right angle riser is sold out right now, but LinkUp says they will be restocking soon. I purchased the 10cm right angle Gen4 cable and with some easy bending it fit fine in the NR200 and SAMA. I enabled Resizable BAR after updating the Motherboard bios, GPU Vbios, and GPU drivers (also had to enable in bios settings). No performance change in the games I play as they don't support rebar yet.
Great post. Are you concerned with the SAMA IM01 vent holes being much smaller and choking the air on the side and top? Can you let us know your build and temps? thanks.
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Great post. Are you concerned with the SAMA IM01 vent holes being much smaller and choking the air on the side and top? Can you let us know your build and temps? thanks.

I don't have the case yet but I wouldn't worry about that. Most cases don't even have vent holes on the side or top. As long as you have exhaust fans, you'll be fine. TBH, the holes on the NR200 are TOO big for me and let too much noise out.
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Also love this case. Just put together this build a few days ago:
https://pcpartpicker.com/b/R6f9TW

Agree with posts above, no downsides, other than requiring a SFF PSU.
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Quote from K2theAblaM :
Great post. Are you concerned with the SAMA IM01 vent holes being much smaller and choking the air on the side and top? Can you let us know your build and temps? thanks.
The mesh top on the SAMA is a little strange in that it's behind the fans. I've seen some people buy magnetic mesh off of Aliexpress for a few bucks and use that at the top.

I don't think the airflow will be greatly effected ultimately. Quality of fans will have a much larger impact. Ex: The NR200 included sickleflows are a total disaster. I bought a few packs of Arctic P12 5 packs and couldn't be more happy with the value (5 fans for ~$35).

The SAMA also has vented holes in the front panel which I think will help hot air escape a little bit. Ultimately, I don't think there would be a significant change between the two cases in terms of thermals, but I would love to see it tested.
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Does anyone know where the UPC bar code is on the box? I got the case, but the rebate requires a UPC bar code which the box of the case doesn't have. Has anyone experienced this?
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Does anyone know where the UPC bar code is on the box? I got the case, but the rebate requires a UPC bar code which the box of the case doesn't have. Has anyone experienced this?
I came to ask the same question...
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I built my rig inside a small SG13. It's nice & compact at around 11.5 liters compared to this 18 liter case, but it doesn't give me great thermals. Playing games on really top specs runs everything hot. NZXT cam says my GPU and CPU are around 70-80, and That's with an AIO. It only allows for 1 fan in the whole case and then I use my psu for exhaust as well. I'm wondering how big of a difference this case will make for me.
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Quote from bonbon525 :
is it me or is this price more expensive than when it first released? i remember it being 100$ for the riser version and 70-80$ for the nr200.
Inflation
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Can i fit 2 rtx 3070?
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