Felt a lot cleaner in the end though.

How are the thermals with just the stock fan included with the Q300L vs the 2 stock fans included with the NR400? Mesh front panel for good airflow, psu shroud and everything. For references, I've built about 10 systems. Since I have both cases and some time on my hand, I thought I'd write this review/comparison for those in search of an affordable yet useful mATX case. Hard drive support includes one spot for a 3.5" HDD and two spots for SSDs. They use the same tech tho, the rubber grommets that you screw to the drive which then slot into the mobo tray. They both have a removable bottom filter, and both cases can be turned to the horizontal orientation for a low profile stance. It's not great... tbh.. The problem with the q300L is the design of the mesh/perforated panels.

Otherwise, very even.

I've seen people online saying it has an amazing airflow but then I see others saying it's airflow is awful.

Sort of wide. CM logo. I can anecdotally confirm that seems to be true. Not sure if I just got weird stuff, but the screws did not thread in my drives. I/O on top. Comes with 3 fan splitter that runs to a molex. It seemed pretty finicky. Planning on building a computer but need some advice?

I think I may have been unclear - at idle, both cases were reaching roughly the same temperature. I gave up from buying this case, it has an interesting design and I liked it, but I don't want to risk getting hot temperatures, I found cooler master NR400 and it looks really good and from the reviews I saw it has a good airflow, I'll go with he NR400. I normally could hear my case fans at idle in the Q300L. The Q300L on the left comes with two magnetically attached mesh filter panels that have a cubic pattern painted on the surface. Dropping the Q300P on the side has a more dramatic feel with the RGB fans.

I know this is a bit late, but just wanted to point something out since I just got an NR400 the other day and you mentioned mounting fans in the front is a nightmare due to space. PS in the ODD version of the NR400, you can only fit two 120mm fans.

CM stock fan hardware was garbage in general imo. mATX windowed case with a mesh/airflow front and top. The other obvious difference is that the Q300P comes with two front 120mm RGB fans and an RGB backlit angled top panel.

Comes with 1 fan. Only 1 fan. I'll be honest, I didn't put a lot of thought into the thermals. And with the Q300L and Q300P, Cooler Master proves that some nice features can be packed into a small space. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the coolermaster community, Press J to jump to the feed. While the Q300P comes with two front fans, the Q300L comes with no front fans. I think if you are building a mATX system and are looking for something a little more unique, the Q300L is a really neat choice and is a treat to build in.

The cooler fits well, and looks nice, but you are somewhat dependent on good airflow through the case to help get CPU heat out of the case. In the end for me it was about two factors: I decided I'd rather have the PSU shroud, and the tinted window just annoyed me since I had no RGB. Also please note there is still quite a bit of material in the front of the Q300L vs a hard mesh front in the NR400. Removable magnetic dust filters with a cool geometric pattern on the front and top.

Front and top of the case are metal pieces with MANY holes cut out. The Q300P has smoked front and top panels and there is a vent at the bottom to allow fresh air into the case. So, go for 140mm in my opinions. The clear side panel and solid back panel, as well as the I/O panel, are the same on both cases. Q300L: Has the larger window of the two. This additional versatility applies to both cases, front and back, so you have many options. There is just an awkwardly small amount of room to maneuver them when mounting in the front of the case. I didn't document anything but it was noticeably quieter in the NR400 when under load. I just moved some parts over to my new Q300l Build.

Based on the different system setup, the I/O panel can be adjusted to six different locations, three options at each side of the …

However, the case fans were spinning faster/louder to maintain that temp in the Q300L. So your power supply will be out in the open - which is a good thing if you want to show it off.

Today from Cooler Master we have two mini tower cases that are a perfect fit for a mini-ITX or micro-ATX build.

Like damm this would be a build for me. There's lots of space to move them around that way since you're just slapping them on the front of the case. I couldn't see inside the case at all lol. If you don't have RGB, the tint feels pretty dark (actually one of the reasons I moved on from the cube). Back in the day case styles were fairly bland. Basiccally questioning for a whole detailed process on how you made it. This review is for the Q500L, but it's basically a bigger Q300L. My intake fans definitely seem less whiny in the NR400, even just on chrome/etc.

Personally, I find the NR400 a little more 'grown up' and refined.

Pretty subjective imo, except for the quality difference in the windows.

If you don't have RGB, the tint feels pretty dark (actually one of the reasons I moved on from the cube). /r/buildapc is a community-driven subreddit dedicated to custom PC assembly. Cooler Master provides a generous 28mm of space for cable routing.

Judging from the pictures you mounted them on the "inside" rather than in between the front and mesh cover panel, which is how the stock fan comes installed.

Both cases come with a rear (non-RGB) exhaust fan. I had trouble with the IO shield on the NR400. It made me wanna make a psu shroud myself.

It was that way for years. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. After about two months, I had decided I would search for a new case. Rubber grommets in the cable routing holes.

Cookies help us deliver our Services. Removable magnetic dust filters with a cool geometric pattern on the front and top. The legs and handles of the Q300P are rubber coated and can be removed with an Allen wrench if necessary. Even the most basic case of today is light years ahead of  where we were 20 years ago. These cases are pretty similar all things considered.

I am sitting next to the NR400 and cannot hear them over myself typing right now.

For the most part, building was pretty much the exact same.

Then come back and check out more information on the Specifications, Features, and Testing page. The case is at my price range and is small and compact, which I like but is it airflow good?

Ample drive mounts. Shown is the Q300P, but sharing the same chassis with the Q300L - the internals are the same. unless you remove the front filter, no, the airflow is not good.

Ample drive space. The NR400 is a little more serious and better for a more in depth build.

At a macro level, these cases are the same. I hope this guide helps someone out there stuck between two rather neat mATX cases! In an very unscientific conclusion about an hour of using the NR400 and two months of using the cube: The NR400 is quieter with the same thermals.

A lot of more technical reviewers have found that the cube has not great thermals. Most of the planning involves cable routing, particularly the power cable for the CPU and cables for fan power. See Gamer Nexus' video. Assembling a system in a small case can be challenging, and a little planning up front can go a long way towards a smooth system build. Aesthetics will probably be the deciding factor for the casual builder/gamer.

Mesh front panel for good airflow, psu shroud and everything.

The RGB features and smoked front and top panels of the Q300P make it an attractive case. But you can also fit two 140mm fans! NR400: Smaller tempered glass window, not tinted.

The problem with the q300L is the design of the mesh/perforated panels. Comes with 1 fan. I was questioning on how you bent the acrylic and what the mesurements were. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.

After helping a friend build a system in the Cooler Master NR600, I decided on the NR400 (mATX version).

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Felt a lot cleaner in the end though.

How are the thermals with just the stock fan included with the Q300L vs the 2 stock fans included with the NR400? Mesh front panel for good airflow, psu shroud and everything. For references, I've built about 10 systems. Since I have both cases and some time on my hand, I thought I'd write this review/comparison for those in search of an affordable yet useful mATX case. Hard drive support includes one spot for a 3.5" HDD and two spots for SSDs. They use the same tech tho, the rubber grommets that you screw to the drive which then slot into the mobo tray. They both have a removable bottom filter, and both cases can be turned to the horizontal orientation for a low profile stance. It's not great... tbh.. The problem with the q300L is the design of the mesh/perforated panels.

Otherwise, very even.

I've seen people online saying it has an amazing airflow but then I see others saying it's airflow is awful.

Sort of wide. CM logo. I can anecdotally confirm that seems to be true. Not sure if I just got weird stuff, but the screws did not thread in my drives. I/O on top. Comes with 3 fan splitter that runs to a molex. It seemed pretty finicky. Planning on building a computer but need some advice?

I think I may have been unclear - at idle, both cases were reaching roughly the same temperature. I gave up from buying this case, it has an interesting design and I liked it, but I don't want to risk getting hot temperatures, I found cooler master NR400 and it looks really good and from the reviews I saw it has a good airflow, I'll go with he NR400. I normally could hear my case fans at idle in the Q300L. The Q300L on the left comes with two magnetically attached mesh filter panels that have a cubic pattern painted on the surface. Dropping the Q300P on the side has a more dramatic feel with the RGB fans.

I know this is a bit late, but just wanted to point something out since I just got an NR400 the other day and you mentioned mounting fans in the front is a nightmare due to space. PS in the ODD version of the NR400, you can only fit two 120mm fans.

CM stock fan hardware was garbage in general imo. mATX windowed case with a mesh/airflow front and top. The other obvious difference is that the Q300P comes with two front 120mm RGB fans and an RGB backlit angled top panel.

Comes with 1 fan. Only 1 fan. I'll be honest, I didn't put a lot of thought into the thermals. And with the Q300L and Q300P, Cooler Master proves that some nice features can be packed into a small space. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the coolermaster community, Press J to jump to the feed. While the Q300P comes with two front fans, the Q300L comes with no front fans. I think if you are building a mATX system and are looking for something a little more unique, the Q300L is a really neat choice and is a treat to build in.

The cooler fits well, and looks nice, but you are somewhat dependent on good airflow through the case to help get CPU heat out of the case. In the end for me it was about two factors: I decided I'd rather have the PSU shroud, and the tinted window just annoyed me since I had no RGB. Also please note there is still quite a bit of material in the front of the Q300L vs a hard mesh front in the NR400. Removable magnetic dust filters with a cool geometric pattern on the front and top.

Front and top of the case are metal pieces with MANY holes cut out. The Q300P has smoked front and top panels and there is a vent at the bottom to allow fresh air into the case. So, go for 140mm in my opinions. The clear side panel and solid back panel, as well as the I/O panel, are the same on both cases. Q300L: Has the larger window of the two. This additional versatility applies to both cases, front and back, so you have many options. There is just an awkwardly small amount of room to maneuver them when mounting in the front of the case. I didn't document anything but it was noticeably quieter in the NR400 when under load. I just moved some parts over to my new Q300l Build.

Based on the different system setup, the I/O panel can be adjusted to six different locations, three options at each side of the …

However, the case fans were spinning faster/louder to maintain that temp in the Q300L. So your power supply will be out in the open - which is a good thing if you want to show it off.

Today from Cooler Master we have two mini tower cases that are a perfect fit for a mini-ITX or micro-ATX build.

Like damm this would be a build for me. There's lots of space to move them around that way since you're just slapping them on the front of the case. I couldn't see inside the case at all lol. If you don't have RGB, the tint feels pretty dark (actually one of the reasons I moved on from the cube). Back in the day case styles were fairly bland. Basiccally questioning for a whole detailed process on how you made it. This review is for the Q500L, but it's basically a bigger Q300L. My intake fans definitely seem less whiny in the NR400, even just on chrome/etc.

Personally, I find the NR400 a little more 'grown up' and refined.

Pretty subjective imo, except for the quality difference in the windows.

If you don't have RGB, the tint feels pretty dark (actually one of the reasons I moved on from the cube). /r/buildapc is a community-driven subreddit dedicated to custom PC assembly. Cooler Master provides a generous 28mm of space for cable routing.

Judging from the pictures you mounted them on the "inside" rather than in between the front and mesh cover panel, which is how the stock fan comes installed.

Both cases come with a rear (non-RGB) exhaust fan. I had trouble with the IO shield on the NR400. It made me wanna make a psu shroud myself.

It was that way for years. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. After about two months, I had decided I would search for a new case. Rubber grommets in the cable routing holes.

Cookies help us deliver our Services. Removable magnetic dust filters with a cool geometric pattern on the front and top. The legs and handles of the Q300P are rubber coated and can be removed with an Allen wrench if necessary. Even the most basic case of today is light years ahead of  where we were 20 years ago. These cases are pretty similar all things considered.

I am sitting next to the NR400 and cannot hear them over myself typing right now.

For the most part, building was pretty much the exact same.

Then come back and check out more information on the Specifications, Features, and Testing page. The case is at my price range and is small and compact, which I like but is it airflow good?

Ample drive mounts. Shown is the Q300P, but sharing the same chassis with the Q300L - the internals are the same. unless you remove the front filter, no, the airflow is not good.

Ample drive space. The NR400 is a little more serious and better for a more in depth build.

At a macro level, these cases are the same. I hope this guide helps someone out there stuck between two rather neat mATX cases! In an very unscientific conclusion about an hour of using the NR400 and two months of using the cube: The NR400 is quieter with the same thermals.

A lot of more technical reviewers have found that the cube has not great thermals. Most of the planning involves cable routing, particularly the power cable for the CPU and cables for fan power. See Gamer Nexus' video. Assembling a system in a small case can be challenging, and a little planning up front can go a long way towards a smooth system build. Aesthetics will probably be the deciding factor for the casual builder/gamer.

Mesh front panel for good airflow, psu shroud and everything.

The RGB features and smoked front and top panels of the Q300P make it an attractive case. But you can also fit two 140mm fans! NR400: Smaller tempered glass window, not tinted.

The problem with the q300L is the design of the mesh/perforated panels. Comes with 1 fan. I was questioning on how you bent the acrylic and what the mesurements were. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.

After helping a friend build a system in the Cooler Master NR600, I decided on the NR400 (mATX version).

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q300l psu shroud

Has the larger space behind the motherboard plate of the two.

There is more on these two coolers in the video below. A setup like this would provide maximum cooling by pushing heated air out of the case. Mounting fans in the cube is a serene and peaceful activity.

The window is tinted plastic. Unfortunately I did not test that set up as I installed extra case fans immediately when I first got the Q300L. I would rather advice the Thermaltake Versa H18. Open front with mesh covering. I was literally just contemplating between the two cases! Now it's time to take a look at these two cases in more detail, so click below for a video review of the Cooler Master MasterBox Q300L and Q300P.

Although the size wouldn't tell, the Master Box Q300L supports a standard ATX PSU which we don't see often in the market with this size.

ODD (America and Germany only AFAIK).

Again amazing build! Mounting fans in the NR400 is a nightmare. The included case fans of the Q300P do a decent job as long as you don't go with an aggressive overclock or use a graphics card that dumps a lot of heat into the case.

They don't really let much air through and the design is pretty bare bones amd not to aesthetically appealing. Do with that info what you want. When I finished my PC back in April, I had originally purchase the Cooler Master Q300L (aka cube). It is also a compact mATX case with a more traditional design. Given that the Q300L comes stock with a single rear exhaust, I can't imagine any situation that would have better thermal performance than the NR400 stock setup with 1 exhaust and 1 intake. If you plan to go with an overclocked system, I would also recommend a liquid cooler such as the MasterLiquid ML120L (shown) and a blower style graphics card. Cube has slightly more cable management room behind the mobo tray, but at the end when you're tucking cables away it feels like a lot. I felt like I was able to achieve better cable management with the NR400, but it took a little more work behind the tray. Come with an extra 120mm CM fan in the front.

it is not a performance oriented case, it has been developed around modularity and thus it comes with some restrictions, on the other hand these restrictions can be avoided by using a properly thoguh out airflow path, the Q300L benefits from fans pulling air out from the system, because due to the fact that it's fully vented it gains lots of thermal efficency by placing fans on the rear (pre-installed) and on the top panel.this way the Q300L, althoguh small and compact, can freely access fresh air from all sides and the hot air gets pulled away from the components and exhausted. Can basically fit any wacky fans you want.

This picture shows how the I/O panel can be relocated (in purple) to other positions along the panel opening. Truly a soul crushing activity. The Q300L and Q300P share a secret.

Here is some more apt descriptions: Q300L: Has the larger window of the two. Things can be a bit easier if you use a liquid cooler since the more compact pump typically allows for better access to fan headers. so, if you like the Q300L and you want to have good thermal performance my recommendation is to prioritize a "negative" airflow setup.bruteforcing air in with fans in the front will not work as much as pulling air with exhaust fans. Cooler Master MasterBox Q300L & Q300P Introduction: Back in the day case styles were fairly bland.

Felt a lot cleaner in the end though.

How are the thermals with just the stock fan included with the Q300L vs the 2 stock fans included with the NR400? Mesh front panel for good airflow, psu shroud and everything. For references, I've built about 10 systems. Since I have both cases and some time on my hand, I thought I'd write this review/comparison for those in search of an affordable yet useful mATX case. Hard drive support includes one spot for a 3.5" HDD and two spots for SSDs. They use the same tech tho, the rubber grommets that you screw to the drive which then slot into the mobo tray. They both have a removable bottom filter, and both cases can be turned to the horizontal orientation for a low profile stance. It's not great... tbh.. The problem with the q300L is the design of the mesh/perforated panels.

Otherwise, very even.

I've seen people online saying it has an amazing airflow but then I see others saying it's airflow is awful.

Sort of wide. CM logo. I can anecdotally confirm that seems to be true. Not sure if I just got weird stuff, but the screws did not thread in my drives. I/O on top. Comes with 3 fan splitter that runs to a molex. It seemed pretty finicky. Planning on building a computer but need some advice?

I think I may have been unclear - at idle, both cases were reaching roughly the same temperature. I gave up from buying this case, it has an interesting design and I liked it, but I don't want to risk getting hot temperatures, I found cooler master NR400 and it looks really good and from the reviews I saw it has a good airflow, I'll go with he NR400. I normally could hear my case fans at idle in the Q300L. The Q300L on the left comes with two magnetically attached mesh filter panels that have a cubic pattern painted on the surface. Dropping the Q300P on the side has a more dramatic feel with the RGB fans.

I know this is a bit late, but just wanted to point something out since I just got an NR400 the other day and you mentioned mounting fans in the front is a nightmare due to space. PS in the ODD version of the NR400, you can only fit two 120mm fans.

CM stock fan hardware was garbage in general imo. mATX windowed case with a mesh/airflow front and top. The other obvious difference is that the Q300P comes with two front 120mm RGB fans and an RGB backlit angled top panel.

Comes with 1 fan. Only 1 fan. I'll be honest, I didn't put a lot of thought into the thermals. And with the Q300L and Q300P, Cooler Master proves that some nice features can be packed into a small space. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the coolermaster community, Press J to jump to the feed. While the Q300P comes with two front fans, the Q300L comes with no front fans. I think if you are building a mATX system and are looking for something a little more unique, the Q300L is a really neat choice and is a treat to build in.

The cooler fits well, and looks nice, but you are somewhat dependent on good airflow through the case to help get CPU heat out of the case. In the end for me it was about two factors: I decided I'd rather have the PSU shroud, and the tinted window just annoyed me since I had no RGB. Also please note there is still quite a bit of material in the front of the Q300L vs a hard mesh front in the NR400. Removable magnetic dust filters with a cool geometric pattern on the front and top.

Front and top of the case are metal pieces with MANY holes cut out. The Q300P has smoked front and top panels and there is a vent at the bottom to allow fresh air into the case. So, go for 140mm in my opinions. The clear side panel and solid back panel, as well as the I/O panel, are the same on both cases. Q300L: Has the larger window of the two. This additional versatility applies to both cases, front and back, so you have many options. There is just an awkwardly small amount of room to maneuver them when mounting in the front of the case. I didn't document anything but it was noticeably quieter in the NR400 when under load. I just moved some parts over to my new Q300l Build.

Based on the different system setup, the I/O panel can be adjusted to six different locations, three options at each side of the …

However, the case fans were spinning faster/louder to maintain that temp in the Q300L. So your power supply will be out in the open - which is a good thing if you want to show it off.

Today from Cooler Master we have two mini tower cases that are a perfect fit for a mini-ITX or micro-ATX build.

Like damm this would be a build for me. There's lots of space to move them around that way since you're just slapping them on the front of the case. I couldn't see inside the case at all lol. If you don't have RGB, the tint feels pretty dark (actually one of the reasons I moved on from the cube). Back in the day case styles were fairly bland. Basiccally questioning for a whole detailed process on how you made it. This review is for the Q500L, but it's basically a bigger Q300L. My intake fans definitely seem less whiny in the NR400, even just on chrome/etc.

Personally, I find the NR400 a little more 'grown up' and refined.

Pretty subjective imo, except for the quality difference in the windows.

If you don't have RGB, the tint feels pretty dark (actually one of the reasons I moved on from the cube). /r/buildapc is a community-driven subreddit dedicated to custom PC assembly. Cooler Master provides a generous 28mm of space for cable routing.

Judging from the pictures you mounted them on the "inside" rather than in between the front and mesh cover panel, which is how the stock fan comes installed.

Both cases come with a rear (non-RGB) exhaust fan. I had trouble with the IO shield on the NR400. It made me wanna make a psu shroud myself.

It was that way for years. By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. After about two months, I had decided I would search for a new case. Rubber grommets in the cable routing holes.

Cookies help us deliver our Services. Removable magnetic dust filters with a cool geometric pattern on the front and top. The legs and handles of the Q300P are rubber coated and can be removed with an Allen wrench if necessary. Even the most basic case of today is light years ahead of  where we were 20 years ago. These cases are pretty similar all things considered.

I am sitting next to the NR400 and cannot hear them over myself typing right now.

For the most part, building was pretty much the exact same.

Then come back and check out more information on the Specifications, Features, and Testing page. The case is at my price range and is small and compact, which I like but is it airflow good?

Ample drive mounts. Shown is the Q300P, but sharing the same chassis with the Q300L - the internals are the same. unless you remove the front filter, no, the airflow is not good.

Ample drive space. The NR400 is a little more serious and better for a more in depth build.

At a macro level, these cases are the same. I hope this guide helps someone out there stuck between two rather neat mATX cases! In an very unscientific conclusion about an hour of using the NR400 and two months of using the cube: The NR400 is quieter with the same thermals.

A lot of more technical reviewers have found that the cube has not great thermals. Most of the planning involves cable routing, particularly the power cable for the CPU and cables for fan power. See Gamer Nexus' video. Assembling a system in a small case can be challenging, and a little planning up front can go a long way towards a smooth system build. Aesthetics will probably be the deciding factor for the casual builder/gamer.

Mesh front panel for good airflow, psu shroud and everything.

The RGB features and smoked front and top panels of the Q300P make it an attractive case. But you can also fit two 140mm fans! NR400: Smaller tempered glass window, not tinted.

The problem with the q300L is the design of the mesh/perforated panels. Comes with 1 fan. I was questioning on how you bent the acrylic and what the mesurements were. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.

After helping a friend build a system in the Cooler Master NR600, I decided on the NR400 (mATX version).

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