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Cooler Master Mini ITX Case NR200 $69 + Delivery ($0 with $79 Spend/ Free VIC C&C) @ Centre Com

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The cheapest I have ever seen it. Spend $10 more and get free shipping.

White - https://www.centrecom.com.au/cooler-master-nr200-steel-side-...

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  • +14 votes

    Nice. NR200P (black and white) also discounted at $89

    https://www.centrecom.com.au/cooler-master-nr200p-tg-steel-s...
    https://www.centrecom.com.au/cooler-master-nr200ptg-steel-si...

    edit. I think these are free shipping also!

    • +2 votes

      Wow, this is the real bargain here.

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      My understanding is this version has a bigger fan and glass panel option on the side.

      Not a huge upgrade right?
      Is the bargain in the free shipping more than anything?
      I think I'd prefer a mesh panel anyway, which I believe also is included with the P?

      • +1 vote

        One more 120mm fan at top and glass panel included.

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        correct me if i'm wrong but also the PCIe riser for vertical mounting the GPU is included on the NR200P.

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          You're right, just watching a review now.
          Think I'll be buying it, looks like glass panel is actually better for thermals as well.

          Might need a less bulky CPU fan, but see how we go. Don't think I'll vertically mount the GPU, but good option.

  • +1 vote

    Wish the side panels sold individually were cheaper, rip off on Scorptec.

  • +2 votes

    wow i have this and that's an amazing price for a great itx case

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    great to see the amazing value nr200 series becoming even more appealing over the last few days. i just hope the meshlicious can get similar treatment by the time i upgrade…

    • +1 vote

      Don't think we'll see the Meshlicious price drop anytime soon.

      Meshlicious is basically out of stock outside of Australia (Some US customers has even used forwarders to get the case) and PCCG has a monopoly on them (the only seller of the case in AU).

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        i know, it's pretty rough - thankfully when i say 'by the time i upgrade' i mean about a year from now.

        • +1 vote

          After seeing the SSUPD Meshlicious revealed by Optimum Tech at the end of last year, I couldn't wait any longer.

          I placed a pre-order for the case and moved over my build from the NZXT H210i a few weeks back.

  • +1 vote

    I have the black NR200 it is amazing, one of the best cases I have even owned.

    The NR200 is the perfect size in my opinion to sit on your desk and it can still fit a massive gpu like a 3090 if you have one…..

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    Should I get it? … don't actually planning to build anything PC soon.

    • -1 vote

      I'm in the same situation. Do I want to buy this?

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    Does anyone knows any other case in this form factor that can hold 4x 3.5" HDDs or more?

    • +1 vote

      Silverstone DS380, but its pricey.

      Very few modern cases support more than two or three 3.5" HDDs. they are pretty much obsolete for desktop storage now. buy a NAS.

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        Thanks. I'm actually looking to replace my N36L. Would you have any other NAS case that you could recommend with similar form factor? Cheers.

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          I feel you, I've got an N40L that needs replacing.

          If you aren't too fazed about size, I'd recommend trying to find one of the old fractal design define cases off of gumtree. very little in the way of new cases that support more than a couple of drives, as i said.

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          If it's for a NAS and you're looking for a smaller footprint another option is U-NAS
          https://www.u-nas.com/xcart/cart.php?target=category&categor...

          I have the U-NAS NSC-800 and not really in use currently but was running for years without issue. Was ITX only, could only fit a low profile heatsink and a fairly uncommon 1U PSU format. The appeal was the 8 hot plug drive bays. I was running it 24x7 with 6 drives and was cool, quiet and reliable.

          Looks like they have a replacement NSC-810 model which is only slightly larger but fits micro ATX boards.

          Not the cheapest and I don't think any local sellers but a good option if you want a NAS that looks like a NAS box.

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            @tbone74: I'd very much like to keep the form factor. It's a shame that there is not much choices nowadays. I'll look into the NSC series that you mentioned. Thanks.

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              @KiwiTheGreat: I have a nas in a fractal node 304 and would recommend it. 6 drive bays in 18l, great airflow, very quiet, full size psu support. They seem to be getting hard to find in stock and more expensive though, might have been discontinued.

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      Not sure if you specifically mean tower format or ITX in general. If it doesn't have to be a tower, one option is the Fractal Design Node 304. Used one in a build a number of years ago, was very happy with it. Able to fit large heatsink for CPU, large GPU, full sized ATX PSU, and 6x 3.5 drives.

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        I'll looking into that. Cheers.

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      Just print a bracket for your HDDs. Plenty of plans out there for it, and the NR200 certainly has the internal space to support it. The side mounted radiator/fan rail can also be used to mount HDDs in this case I believe.

  • +10 votes

    While it may not be the smallest ITX case, it's definitely one of the friendliest to build in with HEAPS of airflow.

    I built my first build in a decade or so using it.

    • +3 votes

      Great build! But perhaps you don't want to share your location with the world? It's showing up in the photo metadata.

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        Good call, apparently Google have removed the ability to remove location information for shared albums. Good times…

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      Nice setup. Dygma keyboard looks crazy… how do you find it ?

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        Dygma looks great, wish it had the F keys.

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        I've actually gone MUCH further down the custom keyboard rabbit hole since getting this PC, and now rock a custom built Kyria primarily, with a CorneLP on the way. The Dygma will actually be sold soon.

        I suffer from chronic shoulder pain in my right shoulder from decades of lazy mouse usage which has weakened my shoulder muscles. So split keyboards are basically mandatory for me now.

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      nice cable management

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        Thanks, it was definitely an aim to have a very clean workspace.

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    white nr200 with a noctua c14s, runs cool and whisper quiet and takes up a tiny part of my desk. love it

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    nice, just bought one last week :(

  •  

    An outstanding MITX case - I've paired mine with https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/625709

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    Ah damn, just realised this only supports mini not micro atx.

    My MB is 24.4cm x 24.4cm
    Says max size for case is 24.4cm x 22.6cm

    Will that 2cm rule me out of buying?

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      I have a b460m gigabyte gaming into that.

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    Should i swap a fractal design nano s for one of these?

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    Spend $10 more and get free shipping.

    Why don't they just say "$10 shipping"

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      Because if you spend $79 it's free shipping.

      You can add a $10+ item and get free shipping + the item.

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        It is not. It is just metro areas.

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    If you built your first pc inside of a Micro ATX or ATX sized case and wanting to go ITX and SFF. This is a great option for first timers because its essentially building inside of Micro ATX case or ATX but shrunk down obviously as it doesn't use any weird layouts as it is common with SFF cases. Fairly easy to cable manage if you put a bit of effort. I have built in a couple of ITX cases which are the Cougar QBX and Silverstone ML08 and I wished that this case was released earlier. I'm not going to show my build in it.

  • +1 vote

    I've been looking at building a small pc but can't decide between m-atx and itx. Is the only thing itx loses is a second pcie x16 (specifically for x570 boards)?

    • +1 vote

      You only get one pciex expansion port that being the x16. You can get splitters or bifurcation adapters or you can even piggyback the m.2 port and use a riser to attach a pcie1x device.

      Also usually only 2 memory slots.

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        There are some matx boards that will fit in this as long as it's only 3pcie slots wide and not 4 so I decided to buy in hopes of getting a b550 matx that fits. You will lose 3.5 inch hdd mounting space though

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          It's definitely possible, some crazy youtuber was able to fit an ATX with some modding.

          Coolermaster just need to tweak this already fantastic case by a few cms and it will happily fit all matx boards and still be an ultra small desktop footprint.

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    Same price on Amazon no minimum spend

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    This is my favourite case for building mITX form factor while using mATX parts. Bargain.

    • -1 vote

      This is an ITX case. I don't think it can take mATX mobo

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        It's possible to squeeze in some mATX boards because they're shorter than the actual mATX size spec.

        • -1 vote

          Ozb really is a toxic community

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        Most (not all) budget mATX boards will fit. Just check the height of the board is only 3 pcie lanes tall. And use some zip ties (or 3d print an adapter) to mount budget ATX power supplies - the only downside is you lose out on space for an exhaust fan

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    What a steal mITX case! Great price

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    I wonder how much power you could fit into this tiny thing.

    Zotac make a 3080 Ti yet?

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      I have a Gigabyte 3080 Gaming OC (one of the longest 3080s) in it with 25mm thick fans replacing the stock cooler, so a fair bit :)

      Every side can be removed, giving access from many angles. I actually have to put the GPU in via the bottom due to the size/angle needed, so very glad this case allows for it.

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        Oh wow it can comfortably fit normal sized gpus? Today I learnt.

        How many nvme hard drives and other ssds and mechanical hard drives can it fit.

        Is there room for a bluray DVD combo just in case?

        My next build I might go all out or at least top 3 all out meaning I won't get the absolute best but maybe the 3080 Ti and its equivalents.

        I have already settled on a 5600x or 5800x unless Intel pulls something new out of its magic hats.

        Might try one or two nvme drives but definitely two to three ssds probably m.2 and a few mechanical hard drives whatever I can fit.

        Motherboard will be pretty standard I don't really plan to overclock at best maybe a tiny little bit but honestly I want the hardware to run relatively fine and normal within safe long life specs and settings.

        Only thing I really have to consider now is to buy a capture card maybe but I need to do more reading on that.

        Yeah I can't think of any other helpful hardware.

        It will be both wireless and wired but the motherboard should take care of that.

        Single monitor on a large 40 inch 4K 60hz monitor until I can justify buying a larger one with better frames but minimal 4k (I can't go back right now).

        My current low end machine I'll just maybe turn into a secondary 1080p back up pc it has all the hardware for a great 1080p monster just need to find a cheap monitor to hook it up to or maybe I might get a large screen TV since it will just be a for fun machine and not real serious business.

        Yeah just waiting for the 3080 Ti to drop and price stabilise otherwise no real rush for me I can still have fun with my current hardware and well new cool toys coming out every year so..

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          I run this with:

          ASUS x570-i
          5800x
          NZXT X53 240mm AIO
          2 x 980 Pro SSD's
          32GB RAM
          ASUS 3080 TUF

          No it can't fit optical drive, yes it can fit 3.5" HDD's but you need to remove the front IO for it and not run an AIO cooler. Alternatively you can fit some 2.5" drives with a 240mm AIO (but not 280mm).

          NVME drives in m2 stick format are dependant on your mobo slots obviously, while the 2.5" are as above.

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            @fatal: Cool so have you just got the 2 x nvme drives for your storage no mechanical hard drive?

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              @AlienC: I do have 2 3.5" 8TB drives, but they sit in a USB hard drive dock on top of the NR200. Works fine as I don't use those drives all the time :)

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                @fatal: hmm yeah smart I suppose if you are not running any programs on it the slight choke should be fine

                I am still running some games on my mechanical hard drive as an experiment

                I should have transferred them over to my ssd by now but cbb and now I am just used to the longer loading screens lol

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          Depends on the mobo obviously, but the mobo plate has a hole in the back for rear NVME. My B550i has 2xNVME slots (only one of them is PCIE4 though) and SATA ports for 4x SATA drives. Not possible to use an optical drive as there's no frontplate for it (front mounts are actually for vertical SSD mounting). The PSU also sits where an optical drive would sit. There's space enough inside to whack a few platter drives too, and the side rail (usually used for radiato mounting) also supports mounting platter drives on it if you don't use a radiator.