Question Cooler Master Masterbox NR200/NR200P compatibility

NinjaofSEA

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Hi All,

With AMD announcing its Zen3 Ryzen CPU's, Nvidia's RTX 3000 series, and upcoming Big Navi announcements, its a great time to be upgrading your desktop. I have a ATX build from 2014 that I am trying to fit into an ITX build (mostly for a challenge).

The Cooler Master NR200 caught my eye, since I am trying to re-use as many components from my ATX build and the hardware compatibility for this ITX case seemed pretty extensive for the asking price.

Before my wallet starts crying, I am trying to see if the following parts from my 6 year old build can be squeezed into the new chassis. Any feedback on whether its remotely possible would be appreciated:

  1. A SeaSonic 860W 80+ Platinum fully-modular ATX PSU
  2. NZXT Kraken X61 280mm AIO CPU cooler + 2 140mm AER fans
  3. 2 SSDs + 1 4TB Western Digital Hard Drive
  4. Extra 120mm pressure optimized fans as needed.
New stuff

  1. A 330mm card (Haven't decided between a hopeful RTX 3080 (16 G variant) or closest Big Navi alternative)
  2. AMD Ryzen 5900X
  3. A B550 mobo (Haven't decided on one just yet)
Thanks in advance,
NinjaOfSEA
 

Phaaze88

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Old stuff:
1)A SeaSonic 860W 80+ Platinum fully-modular ATX PSU
No. SFX or SFX-L sizes.

2)NZXT Kraken X61 280mm AIO CPU cooler + 2 140mm AER fans
Side installation compatible only.

3)2 SSDs + 1 4TB Western Digital Hard Drive
Yes. Check the online manual for more information.

4)Extra 120mm pressure optimized fans as needed.
Already listed on the product support pages.


New stuff:
1)A 330mm card (Haven't decided between a hopeful RTX 3080 (16 G variant) or closest Big Navi alternative)
No.
Clearance - GFX
L: 330mm (incl. power connector), H: 156mm (incl. power connector), W: 60mm (triple slot)

2)AMD Ryzen 5900X
Skipped.

3)A B550 mobo (Haven't decided on one just yet)
Motherboard Support: Mini DTX, Mini ITX, Max. size: 244 x 226mm


The product support pages on the first 2 lines addresses most of the concerns.
Why didn't you check there first?
 

NinjaofSEA

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Old stuff:
1)A SeaSonic 860W 80+ Platinum fully-modular ATX PSU
No. SFX or SFX-L sizes.

2)NZXT Kraken X61 280mm AIO CPU cooler + 2 140mm AER fans
Side installation compatible only.

3)2 SSDs + 1 4TB Western Digital Hard Drive
Yes. Check the online manual for more information.

4)Extra 120mm pressure optimized fans as needed.
Already listed on the product support pages.


New stuff:
1)A 330mm card (Haven't decided between a hopeful RTX 3080 (16 G variant) or closest Big Navi alternative)
No.
Clearance - GFX
L: 330mm (incl. power connector), H: 156mm (incl. power connector), W: 60mm (triple slot)

2)AMD Ryzen 5900X
Skipped.

3)A B550 mobo (Haven't decided on one just yet)
Motherboard Support: Mini DTX, Mini ITX, Max. size: 244 x 226mm


The product support pages on the first 2 lines addresses most of the concerns.
Why didn't you check there first?

Old stuff:
1)A SeaSonic 860W 80+ Platinum fully-modular ATX PSU
No. SFX or SFX-L sizes.

2)NZXT Kraken X61 280mm AIO CPU cooler + 2 140mm AER fans
Side installation compatible only.

3)2 SSDs + 1 4TB Western Digital Hard Drive
Yes. Check the online manual for more information.

4)Extra 120mm pressure optimized fans as needed.
Already listed on the product support pages.


New stuff:
1)A 330mm card (Haven't decided between a hopeful RTX 3080 (16 G variant) or closest Big Navi alternative)
No.
Clearance - GFX
L: 330mm (incl. power connector), H: 156mm (incl. power connector), W: 60mm (triple slot)

2)AMD Ryzen 5900X
Skipped.

3)A B550 mobo (Haven't decided on one just yet)
Motherboard Support: Mini DTX, Mini ITX, Max. size: 244 x 226mm


The product support pages on the first 2 lines addresses most of the concerns.
Why didn't you check there first?
Hi Phaaze88,

Thanks for the response. I should have perhaps been more clear in my question. I already know that the case supports the following:

ATX PSUs (they actually offer a 3D printable ATX PSU brackets).

280mm AIO cooler support

It also supports a 330mm 2 or 3 slot card as well (RTX 3080 and 3090 FE editions both fit)

I have build pictures that have managed to fit both the AIO and the gpu and pictures that show a full size ATX PSU installed, but the intent of my question was to see if anyone had experience fitting all three in the case.

Thanks,
NinjaOfSEA
 

dimtodim

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Hi All,

With AMD announcing its Zen3 Ryzen CPU's, Nvidia's RTX 3000 series, and upcoming Big Navi announcements, its a great time to be upgrading your desktop. I have a ATX build from 2014 that I am trying to fit into an ITX build (mostly for a challenge).

The Cooler Master NR200 caught my eye, since I am trying to re-use as many components from my ATX build and the hardware compatibility for this ITX case seemed pretty extensive for the asking price.

Before my wallet starts crying, I am trying to see if the following parts from my 6 year old build can be squeezed into the new chassis. Any feedback on whether its remotely possible would be appreciated:

  1. A SeaSonic 860W 80+ Platinum fully-modular ATX PSU
  2. NZXT Kraken X61 280mm AIO CPU cooler + 2 140mm AER fans
  3. 2 SSDs + 1 4TB Western Digital Hard Drive
  4. Extra 120mm pressure optimized fans as needed.
New stuff

  1. A 330mm card (Haven't decided between a hopeful RTX 3080 (16 G variant) or closest Big Navi alternative)
  2. AMD Ryzen 5900X
  3. A B550 mobo (Haven't decided on one just yet)
Thanks in advance,
NinjaOfSEA
check this case
https://www.thermaltake.com/core-v21.html
 
Love those ITX builds.
I have done a couple.
Plan carefully and read a few reviews.
Here is one:
Also, read the specs carefully:
https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/cases/mini-itx/masterbox-nr200/#specifications
The psu needs to be SFX or SFX-L, not ATX

I am normally not a fan of liquid cooling, but in a space restricted case, that may be the only good option.

Looks like your 2.5 and 3.5 drives can be accommodated.
I think I might opt for a m.2 pcie ssd regardless since this is a top end build.


The specs and thermal requirements for the 5900X are not yet out.
At this point you can only make tentative selections.

It may be a while before we see availability of 3080/3090 cards.
I think I would opt for the base version which will get heat out of your case more directly.
 

NinjaofSEA

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Aug 1, 2014
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Love those ITX builds.
I have done a couple.
Plan carefully and read a few reviews.
Here is one:
Also, read the specs carefully:
https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/cases/mini-itx/masterbox-nr200/#specifications
The psu needs to be SFX or SFX-L, not ATX

I am normally not a fan of liquid cooling, but in a space restricted case, that may be the only good option.

Looks like your 2.5 and 3.5 drives can be accommodated.
I think I might opt for a m.2 pcie ssd regardless since this is a top end build.


The specs and thermal requirements for the 5900X are not yet out.
At this point you can only make tentative selections.

It may be a while before we see availability of 3080/3090 cards.
I think I would opt for the base version which will get heat out of your case more directly.
Hi geofelt,

Thanks for the response. Nice to meet a fellow ITX builder.

Here is a link to a ATX PSU bracket provided by cooler master directly for this case.


If you scroll down on the main product page to Customization, they also talk about the ATX bracket as well.

Thanks,
NinjaOfSEA
 

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