Cooler Master is a name that many who are into PC building know very well. The company is probably best known for their enclosures which have received great accolades over the years. The Cosmos series, the Haf, the Trooper, and Stryker under their CM Storm logo, are just a few of the cases in Cooler Master’s lineup that many users, and critics have given praise to.
Today we are bringing to you a review of one of Cooler Master’s latest case offerings, the N600.
The N600 is part of a new series Cooler Master has created – dubbed the “N” series. The family to date has three members; The N200 being the baby bro, the N400 representing the Jan Brady of the bunch (get the joke? Ha!), and the N600 as big brother ALL-MI-TEE! (a little School Daze reference for our movie buff readers).
These cases are mid tower offerings which seem to follow the growing trend in the PC chassis industry that smaller may in fact be better. Cooler Master isn’t alone in this endeavor as other manufactures have hopped on the “lets go small” bandwagon. Is this a wagon train who’s collective wheels will make it through the harsh desert into the land of all time great ideas? Honestly we can’t say for sure, but for now we aren’t minding the ride.
Let’s what the N600 brings to this new way of thinking caravan.
But first. Ladies, and Gentlemen, Mr. Conway Twitty. (yea we watch waaaaay too much Family Guy)