Final Thoughts & Conclusion
Normally, building an mATX case is quite challenging due to the space restrictions but this wasn’t the case with Cooler Master’s NR400. Being a smaller case, I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of space I had during my build. There was plenty of room for all my components and even more to spare if I choose to water cool down the road.
In addition to the amount of room in the NR400, some of my favorite features of the case include its minimalistic design, mesh front panel for excellent airflow, and the mounting rails giving you more options for components. Also, whether you require the use of an ODD or not it’s nice to see Cooler Master offering the NR400 with or without a drive bay.
Typically, when looking for a case I tend to go for a mid-tower, but after building in the NR400 I may have to rethink that. This case has exceeded my expectations and I highly recommend anyone looking for a smaller chassis to check out the NR400.
Great job Cooler Master!