Last year, Cooler Master released its Mini ITX chassis Masterbox NR200P. The model quickly gained a solid following of enthusiasts thanks to its reasonably compact exterior dimensions, its easy-to-work interior and not least the high build quality for the price tag. Now the company is introducing a new variant of the bestseller with the suffix MAX, where the exterior is identical but the inside has been recast in several ways.
Masterbox NR200P MAX shares the external dimensions with its sibling NR200P, where these land on 377 x 185 x 292 mm – something that corresponds to a box volume of just over 18 liters. The model is mostly made of steel and comes with both a side panel of tempered glass and a perforated steel ditto for those who value ventilation over aesthetics. The connection options on the outside are identical to the NR200P, where these consist of two USB 3.0 ports and a 3.5 mm combo jack for sound.
The big news of the Max model can be seen on the inside, where it has been completely refurnished. First and foremost, it is about the mounting point for the graphics card, where it is now only available in a vertical design. However, the mounting frame has been recast to allow the housing of graphics card models that take up three card slots, where these may be a maximum of 330 mm in length. On top of this, the included PCI Express extension has been upgraded to a new PCI Express 4.0 compatible variant.
The parade number with the newcomer is that they tried to make it easier to build for beginners. Cooler Master has in fact integrated both a closed water cooling package and a power supply of 850 W in the package. The former is based around a 280 mm radiator with double 140 mm fans that takes up space in the chassis roof, where the hoses are adapted in length to the model. The power supply is based around the company’s V850 SFX Gold V2 and is delivered with pre-wired cables with adapted lengths.
Cooler Master Masterbox NR200P MAX is expected to be available in stores just in time for the autumn. The price situation is currently not fully determined.
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