- Packaging and Specifications
- External Impressions
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Comparison: Corsair 400R and Coolermaster 690II Plus
- Installation Experience and Conclusion
CM 690II Plus comes in the usual packaging with specs on the sides and some of the features being mentioned on the rear.
The label on the front makes it clear that they are providing USB 3.0 Headers.
According to Google search, RC-692P-KKKN5-JP is a Japanese version of CM 690 II Plus Rev II
Do note that CM 690 II Plus KKN1 version has USB 2.0 and 3.0 versions (USB 3.0 version doesn’t have Esata) , also KKN version are without windowed side panel, whereas KWN are with windowed side panels. You get E-Sata connector only with the USB 2.0 version. Coolermaster says in the manual that the CPU Cooler should not exceed 6.9″/ 177mm in height and GPU shouldn’t exceed 10.9″/304mm in length.
RC-692P-KKKN5-JP and USB 3.0 version of RC-692-KKN1 are the same- atleast judging by the paper specs above. It might be confusing, but its best if you look at the specs on the side of the package before buying. There’s also Nvidia version, then the white version and my favourite colour combination (well- to the very least its lot more pleasing to my eyes considering I am spending my time with way too many cases in black)- white and black combo. You can check most of them over here.
The accessories box comes with an external 3.5″ bezel with a pair of brackets to mount 3.5″ devices on the chassis, followed by bunch of cable ties, screws, standoffs and an air filter that will be sandwiched between the base of the chassis and psu when mounted (why not below the base like the bottom 120mm fan mount next to it?).