Cooler Master N600 Mid Tower Case

August 16, 2013 in Cases, Enclosures, Featured, Gaming, PC


The N600: Interior

Opening up the case we see that it comes with a box. Pray tell what could be inside the box? Well we’ll tell you.

The box contains all the screws you will need as well as brackets to mount 3.5″, and 2.5″ hard drives, motherboard speaker, motherboard mounts, a handy screwdriver bit attachment to use to screw on your motherboard mounts so you won’t need to muck them up with a pair of pliers, and our favorite extra…cable ties. Yippy!!






The case is able to fit seven 3.5″ HDDs, and five 2.5″ HHDs (yea we know it looks like only four could fit, but we’ll tell you later why it’s really five later. Shh. Its a secret).

Looking at the HDD cage you’ll notice that the upper cage seems to have screws on the side. Why would there be screws? So they can be removed of course. The panels can be adjusted to accommodate 3.5″, or 2.5″ drives. They can also be completely removed to give you extra clearance for say larger video cards. TBH you won’t really need the extra room unless you are using, or plan to use a video card that exceeds 13.5″.

An added bonus is that you can place a 120mm, or 140mm fan to the side of the outer most bracket. We like this option as it adds flexibility with your intended build, or sometimes not so intended build.

The bottom cage is a different story though. It can house 3.5″ drives only, which isn’t a bad thing, but is “permanently” affixed to the case. It struckleas us a little odd that the bottom cage wouldn’t share at least a taste of the flexibility the top cage has. Is it a big deal. Honestly not that much of one in our eyes, but it would of been nice to have the bottom cage share some of the mod properties of the top cage. Speaking of modding if you were wondering why we put ” ” around permanently, it is because if you aren’t shy about modding a case, and you are willing to put the work in, the cage can be removed.






On the back of the interior of the case we find another 120mm stock fan. Unlike the front fan, this fan is not LED enabled. Again it struck us a bit odd just to have one LED in the case instead of two, but is it a deal breaker? Honestly not to us. Both stock fans are have a seven blade curve design which helps well with pushing hot air out. They are also pretty quiet when they are in use even with the controller set on high.


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