Case Interior and Storage
With all of the panels removed we can get a good look inside the case. Overall, the chassis is very open aside from the metal box located on the motherboard tray for the SFX and SFX-L power supply.
Speaking of PSU. This case supports two different sizes. If you look carefully, you’ll notice a set of clips with another set of holes above it. This is where you can set the PSU size when you install the PSU. The longer SFX-L will need more room and requires the upper bracket while the default location is for the smaller SFX version.
There isn’t much in the way of cable management in the Cooler Master NR200. PSU cables will exit towards the bottom of the case and will need to be routed in the main chassis space. The large opening in the PSU cage is for the cooling fan so be sure not to block it with anything.
Looking down from the top you can see where the external power cable is routed. As you can imagine by moving the PSU there are more options available to maximize the available space while still allowing other full-sized components to be installed.