Cooler Master debuts the N400 and N600 cases

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 09 2013 @ 23:07 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Cooler Master introduces two new cases in the N series; the N400 and N600.
Cooler Master, a designer, manufacturer, and innovator of leading PC components, today announced two new additions to the N series, a new series of compact and fully featured cases.

The N series improves upon traditional mainstream chassis by offering future proof value. The N400 and N600 add liquid cooling support at even the mini tower level to make it easier to access and use for all.

Industrial. Effortless. Future-ready.
With the addition of the N400/N600 series cases joining the existing N200, the N Series stands apart from the competition. It does so with a full array of exciting options that have been designed specifically with cooling performance in mind, especially liquid cooling.

Its full mesh front panels and well-ventilated layout provide for a more abundant flow of air throughout the case. Fully embracing liquid cooling, N400/N600 each support liquid cooling radiators up to 240mm.

N400 / N600 both have well-placed support for a 240mm radiator on the right-side of the case.

Ensuring that no component will go without much needed airflow, N400 supports up to 8 fans while the N600 supports up to 10 fans. Both support long graphics cards (N400 – 320mm / 12.6in, N600 – 430mm / 16.9in)

Ready for High-End Setups
Although designed to be compact, N400/N600 each leave plenty of space to install extra long graphics cards, several optical drives, HDDs and SSDs, and still have space to route and hide cables. Between the cases are offered a multitude of options for internal configurations of fans, hard drives, SSDs, and USB 3.0* support.

You need only look within the full line of N Series cases to find a case that far exceeds many build needs while offering high value for performance.
N400/N600 are available now. Price and availability may vary by region.
Cooler Master N-series



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