Cooler Master NR200P V2 Mini-ITX 18L PC Case, Top-Mount 240mm|280mm Liquid Cooler, 356mm Vertical Mounting 3.5-Slot GPU, Tempered |Vented Panel, USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C…

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Original price was: $124.99.Current price is: $116.99.

  • Stay Cool Under Pressure: Experience unparalleled performance with no compromises, Thanks to the top-mounted design support for a 240mm/280mm liquid coolers, delivering the ultimate in thermal efficiency.
  • Versatile GPU Compatibility: Designed to accommodate GPUs up to 356mm in length and 160mm in height, suitable for large high-end GPUs. Included is the latest custom-sized PCIe 4.0 riser cable, offers vertical GPU mounting capabilities and for security a mini GPU holder.
  • USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C: Integrated into the I/O panel is a USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C port, boasting impressive transfer speeds of up to 20Gb/s.
  • Compact Yet Powerful: Unleash unparalleled performance with an ultra-sleek 18.25L design. Compatible with 170 x 180mm Mini-ITX motherboards, CPU Coolers with a maximum height of 67mm, and SFX PSU with a length of 130mm.
  • Tempered or Vented Panel: The option of a Vented Steel Panel for unobstructed airflow, or a Crystal-Clear Tempered Glass Panel to showcase the beauty of your computing beast.
Cooler Master NR200P V2 Mini-ITX 18L PC Case, Top-Mount 240mm|280mm Liquid Cooler, 356mm Vertical Mounting 3.5-Slot GPU, Tempered |Vented Panel, USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C…
Cooler Master NR200P V2 Mini-ITX 18L PC Case, Top-Mount 240mm|280mm Liquid Cooler, 356mm Vertical Mounting 3.5-Slot GPU, Tempered |Vented Panel, USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C…

Original price was: $124.99.Current price is: $116.99.

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Specification: Cooler Master NR200P V2 Mini-ITX 18L PC Case, Top-Mount 240mm|280mm Liquid Cooler, 356mm Vertical Mounting 3.5-Slot GPU, Tempered |Vented Panel, USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C…

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‎Cooler Master


‎NR200P V2

Item model number


Item Weight

‎10.85 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.65 x 7.28 x 11.5 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.65 x 7.28 x 11.5 inches




‎Cooler Master

Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎February 14, 2024

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8 reviews for Cooler Master NR200P V2 Mini-ITX 18L PC Case, Top-Mount 240mm|280mm Liquid Cooler, 356mm Vertical Mounting 3.5-Slot GPU, Tempered |Vented Panel, USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type C…

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  1. Ty Eslick

    El gabinete está muy bien, es fácil desmontarlo casi todo lo que facilita muchísimo en ensamble, tiene muchas opciones de ventilación lo que permite poner casi cualquier tipo de configuración y hasta 8 ventiladores, en carga normal nunca se calienta demasiado con un core i7 (no he realizado pruebas a full). Retirando la tapa frontal tienes acceso a los SSD/HDD adicionales para retirarlos sin necesidad de abrir el gabinete. Se le puede poner una fuente de poder ATX con un adaptador pero si quieres aprovechar bien el espacio te recomiendo una fuente sfx o l-sfx

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  2. Scottyboy

    I was extremely lucky to stumble upon this case while looking for a Mini-ITX. It’s made of durable, good quality metal that’s heavy (but not too heavy), small with a lot of room, and extremely versatile (just about every panel of this thing comes off without any tools – just need a screwdriver for the top and bottom panels). It’s pretty much perfect for both experts and first-time builders who want a smaller compact PC.

    This was my very first time building my own PC, and despite it being inside such a small case, the NR200 made it extremely easy to install. There are tons of places for cable management ties with unlimited potentional for different layouts. The case also has so much airflow that it cools the case extremely well. You also can’t beat the price either – it’s comparable to a Ncase M1 (but slightly bigger) while being less than half the cost.

    There are only a couple issues that I ran into:

    – The backside of the case does not have a lot of room to run cables. Not a deal breaker (it was still very doable) but you’ll need to strap down the cables on the backside as well in order to get the panel to shut. If it had just another half inch it would be perfect.

    – There are many mixed answers on this, but the version without the riser does NOT come with a glass side panel (or at least mine didn’t). If you want a see-through side panel, you’ll have to opt for the PCI riser version.

    Overall I’m extremely happy with this case, it made my first build in a Mini-ITX case very easy. My PC runs very cool and there’s lots of room for expansion once the 20 & 30 series cards drop in price again.

    My build:
    – AMD Ryzen 5 3600
    – GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB
    – Team T-Force Vulcan TUF 16GB 3200MHz
    – 512GB M.2 NVMe Boot Drive w/ 2 500GB 2.5 SSDs
    – Gigabyte B550I Aorus Pro AX MOBO
    – Corsair SF 450 Watt PSU
    – 3 x 120mm PWM Fans

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  3. S. Thomson

    – Coolmaster NR200P ITX Case is a great choice for small form factor (SFF) builds
    – It has enough space for a powerful CPU and GPU with liquid cooling options
    – The case is well-designed and easy to work with, as long as you plan ahead and follow the instructions
    – The case looks sleek and elegant, with a tempered glass side panel and a mesh top panel
    – The case comes with two fans and a riser cable for vertical GPU mounting
    – I’m very happy with my purchase and I recommend this case to anyone who wants a compact and powerful PC
    – I’m a SFF fan now and I don’t think I’ll go back to bigger cases anytime soon!

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  4. Arturo HG

    The case requires sfx power supply. There is space to load any twin fan graphics card (can also be mounted vertically, but only two pcie slot available)so its better than CM’s previous attempt of h100. Cooling is good. Modular design is plus point. Heavy panel at front. Cleaning is easy due to magnetic mesh and tool less removable top panel. Can fit 4 fans and 2 additional fans on side panel is space managed properly. I vould fit a ssd and a 3.5 hdd. Adding graphics card will occupy two hdd slots on panel.

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  5. Peter Tran

    I works, I added some argb fans and it very classy but not the smallest around

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  6. Arturo HG

    Its fairly easy to build in it and there’s a fee good places for cable management.

    It’s parts seem high quality and overall seems sturdy.

    An RTX3070 fits great and has just about enough room at the bottom (underneath the gpu) for 2 slim fans.

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  7. Ty Eslick

    This made building an SFF build simple and straightforward.

    It can fit 7 fans.
    Looks sharp in white.
    It fits a 240mm aio with ease.
    Plenty of room for a rgb/fan hub.
    Room for ssd/hdd in the front, or on the power supply. The pegs are brilliant.
    Mounting fans to the top or bottom is a breeze.
    Cable management in it is impressive.
    Easily runs a 3900xt and a massive RTX 3080 ti.
    Perfect for getting into SFF builds and freeing up desk space.
    Side radiator with fans cools the MB extremely well.
    RGB Lighting/fans makes the system pop.

    An all mesh side panel would make it even better for air flow.
    No top radiator mount, but the side works perfectly.

    I’ve had great temps with this case with a 12 core processor and a big hungry gpu. Both are tweaked for maximum efficiency and core speeds. Even letting these run without limits, you can feel the hot air exhaust out the top, back, and side ventilation.
    Well done coolermaster.

    Their 850w SFF power supply is super quiet and has no issues with all the power the build pulls.

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  8. Scottyboy

    I recently built a system around micro-ATX motherboard and micro-ATX case.
    At the time of choosing components, I seriously debated if I should go with mini-ITX.
    I love small cases but I didn’t want to pay the premium for “going small” since SFF parts are usually more expensive.

    Little time have passed, and every single day, I was itching to switch to ITX platform, almost driving myself crazy.
    This would mean that I would have to spend more than $300 to get a mini-ITX mobo (~$120), NR200 case ($80), and SFF PSU ($120).
    That wasn’t going to happen.

    Few days ago, I stumbled upon a post on this case and he said very few micro-ATX motherboards will actually fit in this case.
    By coincidence, one of those boards was the board in my system.
    Then, I found another post saying that somebody put a ATX PSU in this case without the bracket using zip ties.
    If everything works out, only extra expense I would have is for this case at $80.
    Time to discuss some details of the build.

    AMD Ryzen 5 3600
    ASRock B450M-HDV R4.0
    Powercolor RX 5600 XT Red Dragon
    Corsair Vengeance LPX 2X8GB 3200MHz
    Sabrent Rocket Q 1TB NVMe M.2
    ARCTIC Freezer 7 X – CPU Cooler
    2 X 120mm White LED PWM fans
    Aresgame 500W 80+ Bronze PSU

    I chose this case for the clean look, relatively cheap price, and, of course, compatibility with my motherboard.
    Upon unboxing this case, I was very pleasantly surprised.
    1. Build quality – being heavy doesn’t always mean high quality, but being light usually mean crap quality.
    This case is surprisingly heavy and solid
    2. Extras – tons of accessories included
    1 X 92mm PWM fan, 1 X 120mm PWM fan, 2 X fan grills, 3-way fan header splitter, mount for vertical GPU, small zip ties, and couple of velcro straps

    Fit / Compatibility / Build
    1. Motherboard – my micro-ATX motherboard (230mm X 201mm) barely fits in this case. Only 4 mounting screws meant for ITX boards, but I’m not too concerned since GPU is held in place with screws on PCI bracket.
    2. Connectors – front panel audio connector was too short for this motherboard. But I never, ever use it so no problem for me. Everything else fits and reaches just fine.
    3. CPU Cooler – CoolerMaster lists clearance up to 155mm, Freezer 7 X at 132.5mm easily fits.
    4. GPU – since my mobo is micro-ATX, I had to use bottom two slots of PCI bracket. This doesn’t leave room to mount fans on the bottom of the case.
    5. PSU – my ATX PSU is mounted against front panel with daisy-chained zip ties. You can buy 3D-printed brackets to mount ATX PSU to NR200 from *bay, but this is additional cost and I’m cheap.
    6. Fans – used included fan splitter to mount 3 fans to a single fan header. 1 included 92mm as exhaust, 2 X 120mm fan on top of case also as exhaust. PSU fan will also exhaust to top of the case.

    Performance / Thermals
    The system is just as cool compared to my micro-ATX case with 5 X 120mm fans.
    Even though space is cramped, channeled airflow with everything exhausting through top really shines in this case.
    I haven’t and have no plans to overclock my CPU past base PBO of 4.2ghz, idle (35C-45C), load (60C-72C), plenty cool for my usage.
    GPU is very close to bottom mesh panel and gets plenty of fresh air, idle (32C – 38C), load (60C-70C).

    Overall this turned out much better than what I had expected.
    Case looks AMAZING, no regrets at all.
    Hope some of you find this information useful!

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