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White Cooler Master NR200P Mini-ITX PC/Desktop case $99.99 (new All-Time-low!)

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[Amazon.ca] White Cooler Master NR200P Mini-ITX PC/Desktop case $99.99 (new All-Time-low!)

The Cooler Master NR200P Mini-ITX case is not the smallest ITX, but still has great reviews, and a pleasure to build in.

If you missed the earlier sale a few month back, the white version is now on sale for an even lower all-time-low @ $99.99

Also here are some example builds:
https://pcpartpicker.com/builds/by_part/bXzFf7
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This is a really good price for a really good case. Normally the NR200 (non-P) goes for this price, but those are now discounted for $91 which is even crazier!
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Michnig wrote: This is a really good price for a really good case. Normally the NR200 (non-P) goes for this price, but those are now discounted for $91 which is even crazier!
...and does not ignite into flames like the nzxt h1, which can be considered a plus!
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I bought an Alienware R12 with I7 11700k + RTX 3090.

I swaped the CPU and GPU to this case(non P)

Even the R12 modded(2 fans as intake) this case is 10 degrees cooler.

My mem temperature doesn’t even reach 100 while mining with power to 100% and OCed to 1400mhz.

I get 122-123 mh/s

This case has awesome air flow. I was able to put 7 fans total. 2xNoctua a25 for top exhaut, I kept the 92 as exhaust, the 2 Corsair ML H100i as intake and 2 x a15 at the bottom as intake.
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TheMau5 wrote: I bought an Alienware R12 with I7 11700k + RTX 3090.

I swaped the CPU and GPU to this case(non P)

Even the R12 modded(2 fans as intake) this case is 10 degrees cooler.

My mem temperature doesn’t even reach 100 while mining with power to 100% and OCed to 1400mhz.

I get 122-123 mh/s

This case has awesome air flow. I was able to put 7 fans total. 2xNoctua a25 for top exhaut, I kept the 92 as exhaust, the 2 Corsair ML H100i as intake and 2 x a15 at the bottom as intake.
LOL, I did the same thing but with the R10 (same case)
I had even added a corsair H60 to the R10 and that only really helped with the noise not the temps.
The airflow in the R9/10/11/12 case are so bad, everything is basically choked inside due to lack of fresh air coming into the case.
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I hear you, it costed me around 700$ to get a new build that support PCIe 4, 2 x NVME, I got a 750W PSU Platinium, this case and 240mm rad. Now I have a beast :P
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Anyone that has this have experience with ATX PSUs in it? I see some people just strap em in, others use various 3D printed solutions including an official designed one from Cooler Master. Apparently Cooler Master was going to release their own bracket but hasn't yet, so in the meantime they released a file to 3D print your own.

I found this which is supposed to be an improved version that also lets you mount 2 more SSDs or 1 hdd:
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/8818948 ... 1619795495
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hystavito wrote: Anyone that has this have experience with ATX PSUs in it? I see some people just strap em in, others use various 3D printed solutions including an official designed one from Cooler Master. Apparently Cooler Master was going to release their own bracket but hasn't yet, so in the meantime they released a file to 3D print your own.

I found this which is supposed to be an improved version that also lets you mount 2 more SSDs or 1 hdd:
https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/8818948 ... 1619795495
I currently have an atx psu installed, the case is actually quite spacious so it fits quite nicely, but it does affect the compatibility with your GPU, depending on it's size. also bear in mind that some ATX PSUs are longer too.
I have a dell RTX 3080 which is shorter than the average 3080 so it fits quite nicely. with my 140mm long ATX PSU.
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$91 for the non-P mesh side is a great deal for such a high quality case!

I have an SFX-L power supply in mine in the SFX position (meaning the PSU sits lower on the side), and my 210mm long graphics card is the absolute longest that would fit in that position. Anything longer than that and you need an SFX PSU.

A couple of minor complaints: No USB-C on the front panel. The included 120mm and 92mm fans are good, but if you're after the best acoustic performance you'll probably end up replacing them.
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Really wish more cases would have USB-C on front panel. I'm not going to buy a new case in 2021 without that feature.
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Are ITX components are a lot more expensive? Looking at purchasing the amd 5900x to go with this case though I have never built a computer before...
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electric0ant wrote: I currently have an atx psu installed, the case is actually quite spacious so it fits quite nicely, but it does affect the compatibility with your GPU, depending on it's size. also bear in mind that some ATX PSUs are longer too.
I have a dell RTX 3080 which is shorter than the average 3080 so it fits quite nicely. with my 140mm long ATX PSU.
If I read it correctly that bracket I linked can take up to a 150mm ATX PSU without much effect on GPU length, mine is 305mm. What are you using to hold your ATX PSU in there?
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Every other post on r/sffpc is pretty much this case, so you can't go wrong if you're looking to build a sff pc.

I wasnt planning on building one until the end of the year but might grab the case now.
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benzylique wrote: Are ITX components are a lot more expensive? Looking at purchasing the amd 5900x to go with this case though I have never built a computer before...
Kind of. Mini ITX used to be a pretty niche market for enthusiasts, and cases had to be specially ordered and can run you like $300+. More recently, mainstream brands have been getting into the mini ITX market so therefore it's more accessible now (NR200 being $100 is crazy good. Compared to like the Louque Ghost S1)
Motherboards are generally on the more expensive side but it's not too bad, maybe a $50+ premium over their counterpart.
SFX PSU are closer to the $200 mark whereas you can get pretty decent ATX PSUs on sale closer to the $120-$150 mark.

However for your first build it might be more difficult for you to build in a small enclosure. Definitely doable depending on your components though
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benzylique wrote: Are ITX components are a lot more expensive? Looking at purchasing the amd 5900x to go with this case though I have never built a computer before...
ITX tends to be expensive because the selection of motherboards/psu tend to be more limited and there may be no budget options. Also, people tend to build around AIO coolers, which adds to the cost.

But I assume if you are building around a 5900, you probably will be buying higher end parts anyway, and won't miss the lack of selection as much.

Personally I find it more satisfying building a powerful computer in a small chassis. It takes more forethought to build into though, harder to hide/route cables too. I had a mid-tower and it always bothered me that there was so much empty space in the case

But if it's your first computer, maybe go for a compact micro ATX case, it's just more forgiving.
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Thanks! I'll take my chances at building with this case, I hope I don't regret it in the future when I don't know what I am doing lol
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I've definitely seen this cheaper on Newegg or another store
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TheMau5 wrote: I bought an Alienware R12 with I7 11700k + RTX 3090.

I swaped the CPU and GPU to this case(non P)

Even the R12 modded(2 fans as intake) this case is 10 degrees cooler.
Mind if I ask, which PSU & ITX mobo did you use for your new case? Would something like a SF750 be a bit under powered for your power hungry 11700k+3090?

Also looks like this sale is still on!
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thearun wrote: I've definitely seen this cheaper on Newegg or another store
The NR200"P" version?
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I bought the fractal Ion+ PSU from a few days ago which has a mounting depth of 150mm.

I'm hoping to source a 3070 or 3080 and put it in this case with a 5600X. Will this PSU be compatible with a full size RTX? Or should I return the PSU now and look for a small form factor supply?

Will the NR200P vertical mounting bracket help any? I'm not planning to use the tempered glass panel

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