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Cooler Master Updates its Popular MasterBox NR200P with Max and Coloured Variants

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Cooler Master Updates it Popular MasterBox NR200P with Max and Coloured Variants

Cooler Master Updates its Popular MasterBox NR200P with Max and Coloured Variants

Cooler Master's MasterBox NR200P chassis has proven to be incredibly popular amongst Small Form Factor (SFF) PC enthusiasts, so much so that the enclosure was frequently out of stock during the months after the enclosure's launch. 

Building upon the success of the NR200P, Cooler Master has decided to update its NR200P lineup with new colour options for the NR200P and a new NR200P MAX variant for those who want the enclosure to feature boosted cooling potential, redesigned elements and the add-ons like a PCIe 4.0 riser cable. 

For the standard MasterBox NR200P variant, new Sunset Orange, Nightshade Purple, Caribbean Blue and Flamingo Pink options will be made available. However, Cooler Master has noted that these new models will be "Limited Edition" variants with limited availability. These models will feature the same design elements as Cooler Master's standard/original NR200P. 

  

Cooler Master Updates it Popular MasterBox NR200P with Max and Coloured Variants  


MasterBox NR200P MAX

What happens when you take an excellent case design and MAX it out? For Cooler Master's NR200P MAX, this process involves adding a top-mounted 280mm AIO liquid cooler into the enclosure's design, redesigning the enclosure's GPU mounting system, an 850W 80+ Gold Rated PSU (with custom cable lengths), and bundling a PCIe 4.0 compatible riser card with the enclosure. 

With PCIe 4.0 Riser cards being a rarity in today's market and the fact that this enclosure's PSU and AIO liquid coolers being fairly expensive components, we expect Cooler Master's NR200P MAX enclosure to ship with a significant price premium. That said, a premium price is justified because these add-ons will take away a lot of the tedium of PC component selection. The liquid cooler within this case is purpose-built for the enclosure, a fact that should be music to the ears of any Mini-ITX PC builder. 

Like Cooler Master's original NR200P enclosure, its MAX variant will ship with both tempered glass and steel left side panel options and support for both SFX and SFX-L power supplies (should users desire to replace Cooler Master's integrated PSU). Cooler Master has confirmed that the AIO liquid cooler within this enclosure supports modern Intel and AMD sockets, including AM4 and LGA 1700 (Alder Lake). 

Sadly, Cooler Master has not revealed the pricing or availability dates of its MasterBox NR200P Max chassis. 
Cooler Master Updates it Popular MasterBox NR200P with Max and Coloured Variants
  
Retail Availability

Cooler Master's NR200P and its coloured variants are already starting to get listed on Amazon UK, making it seem likely that these cases will soon be available in the UK/EU. 

You can join the discussion on Cooler Master's new MasterBox NR200P chassis variants on the OC3D Forums
Cooler Master Updates it Popular MasterBox NR200P with Max and Coloured Variants

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13-07-2021, 13:35:05

AngryGoldfish
Nice additions there for an amazing case.Quote

13-07-2021, 19:27:16

starpony
Why do pc cases always have to be boring old black? Orange one please.Quote

14-07-2021, 08:51:01

Warchild
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Originally Posted by starpony View Post
Why do pc cases always have to be boring old black? Orange one please.
Modders do that themselves. They will only sell about 0.01% of their stock to users wanting a bright blinding colour in their environment. Black, grey white sell far better.

I just need to look at LD V8 cases in some websites. They still havent sold their orange/red/green cases, yet the black and white ones sell out too quickly.Quote

14-07-2021, 09:36:46

WYP
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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Modders do that themselves. They will only sell about 0.01% of their stock to users wanting a bright blinding colour in their environment. Black, grey white sell far better.

I just need to look at LD V8 cases in some websites. They still havent sold their orange/red/green cases, yet the black and white ones sell out too quickly.
This ^

There is a reason why most manufacturers stick to black cases and occasionally make white ones. Not many manufacturers can get away with having too much variety in their case lineup.

Cooler Master are smart to make their colour options limited edition and to only release these colour options for an already popular case design.Quote

14-07-2021, 12:44:48

m2geek
Purple max one please!Quote
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