Cooler Master Takes Their Mini-ITX NR200P To The Max
What Makes A Cooler Master MasterBox NR200P Max?
If you are familiar with the original MasterBox NR200P you might look at the Max and wonder if the only difference is that Cooler Master included a 280mm radiator and a V850 SFX GOLD 850W PSU in the build. While those are certainly installed in the system already, there are also layout changes to make installing a system in the NR200P Max even easier for those looking to set up SFF system.
The removable rear panel is now easier to remove, to help install your vertically mounted GPU, the back panel does not allow for standard installation and CM does indeed include an adapter for that purpose. As well, when once the top fans were mounted on the plastic top of the case, they are now attached to the metal chassis. As well, the side mounting bracket has been removed and a 3.5″ HDD mount has been added to the chassis floor.
There is space for a significant amount of fans in addition to the ones which ship with the case, the Ryzen 9 3900XT they tested never rose above 62C in the worst case scenario and ran cooler when KitGuru upgrade the cooling system in the case. The MasterBox NR200P Max will cost you a bit more than the original, but offers an improved installation experience, not to mention custom built wiring and cooling.
Well, Cooler Master has other ideas because we’ve been sent a new, updated version of the MasterBox NR200P and this time Cooler Master isn’t playing around.