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Cooler Master NR200P Mini ITX Case + Cooler Master SFX 850W Gold Power Supply $259 + Delivery Only @ PC Byte

750

The hype over the case is probably over with the release of the meshilicious, but still good value

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  • +1 vote

    Price ($259) in the title please :)

  • +7 votes

    are they 3d printing the atx bracket and sending it with the case or what because last time i checked they were sfx psu only out of the box

    edit: disregard comment. im a retard and didnt read

    • +6 votes

      im a retard and didnt read

      Welcome to Ozbargain_Bets

      • +2 votes

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  • +8 votes

    basically buying the PSU with a free case.

    (just bought the case last week………..)

    btw , since this involves this particular PSU, https://youtu.be/z1Fxz-ZWbtM i think this is related issue beware. (i dont know which one is on sale in the post, just becareful)

    • +5 votes

      Hi Hornpub,
      We can confirm the batch available for purchase is the revised 2021 model and fixed from CoolerMaster.

      Thanks.

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    damn I just built one using these and a 5950x and then everything got price cut

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      Are you using an AiO for the 5950x or just an aircooler? If you are using an AiO, did you mount it to the top?

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        AIO 240 on side. There is no enough space on top. If you put GPU on side, you can put AIO on bottom.

        • +1 vote

          Putting AIO on the bottom is a bad idea though. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbGomv195sk

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            @siklenz: yeah I agree

          • +1 vote

            @siklenz: It depends on the AIO. The issue only affects sealed loops with block based pumps. If you use a bequiet pureloop AIO you won't have any issues with any orientation since the pump is inline rather than on the block and there is a port for bleeding the air out and refilling coolant. It also comes with a. Bottle of coolant for top ups.

            • +1 vote

              @DangerNoodle: Yea it depends. The two AIO I was looking into are EK AIO and Arctic Liquid Freezer, and both of the installation manuals say do not install radiator as bottom mount. I guess if anyone decide to install AIO, just need to read manual carefully. It is a pity this case does not support top mount

              Besides that this is a great case, almost every parts is removable, easy to install, not too expensive, and the mesh side panel makes CPU and GPU cool.

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                @siklenz: Im running the NR200 w/ an EK AIO and it’s a great pair.

  • +1 vote

    If this came with the sf750 at a higher price point i would def buy.

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      wait what?

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    Great case and great deal OP

  • +1 vote

    The meshilicious has a nightmare graphics card rear io access, you may need 90 degree cables and I don't think you can get 4 monitor cables in, correct me if I'm wrong.

    At least with this case you have direct access to rear graphics io.

    This is a great case

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      totally different size case.

      coming from 7L size case, this is going to be so much easier to build.

  • +2 votes

    Stay away from coolermaster sfx power supply’s they have a really Loud ramp up issue where the fan just spins from 0-100 in a second then back down that’s why they have bundled it to sell them easier

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      Agreed, Corsair SF platinum series all the way

    • +2 votes

      Hi amerh,
      The new batch of PSU we have from CoolerMaster have a revised fan that will work a lot better than previously. The new model has been revised in 2021.

      And we only have this revised 2021 in stock.

      Thanks.

  • +4 votes

    PLEASE CONSIDER !!!!

    I posted a similar deal a while back and thought I'd save a few dollarydoos by getting the non glass panel version, I really regret it now because even though I didn't intend to use the glass panel or mount my GFX card upright, the glass panel version comes with the mesh panel as well so you can use either.

    Basically, I wish I had bought the glass panel version because it has the vertical / top to bottom PCIE slots as well, but the non-glass panel doesn't. My motherboard has a couple of USB headers on the board, I was really hoping to buy a couple of USB PCIE breakout boards and put them in where a vertical GPU would have gone.

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      So… is this deal the glass panel version?

      • +1 vote

        Yes

        Nr200p = tempered glass
        Nr200 = no tempered glass

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          thank you!

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        yes, nr200 is none -tp version and doesnt support Vertical mount bracket. but it is like 30$ cheaper.

        nr200p is the tp version, and it come with mesh as well.