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Excellent assembly process.
Extremely easy hard drive installation.
Plenty of space for fans.
Can hold all in one liquid cooling solutions.
Plenty of room for large CPU coolers and long graphics cards.
Nifty white power LED.
Very good cable routing possibilities.
Good build quality.
11 toolfree storage bays.
Lots of cooling potential.
Really easy to build into.
Multiple openings where dust can enter freely.
No possibility to use the USB 3.0 connector for USB 2.0 based boards.
Toolless aspects work very well.
Front intakes have limited air supply.
Plastic SSD mounts could be improved.
By Expert Reviews on March 09, 2013
A neat, clear design and plenty of room inside make this a an excellent budget...80
By Kitguru.net on February 07, 2013
The Corsair Carbide 200R is designed to target a wide audience of enthusiast user, being Corsair’s most affordable chassis, available for only £50. Can they deliver a quality chassis at such a low price point however?The Corsair Carbide 200R...80
By eTeknix on December 28, 2012
It wasn't long ago that I was taking a look at the Corsair 300R, a budget friendly £65 offering that easily won our eTeknix Editors Choice award for providing rock solid build quality and performance in a neat and tidy package, that didn't...-
By uk.hardware.info on December 26, 2012
It should be pretty self-explanatory by now, that the Corsair Carbide 200R does not get our warmest recommendations. The chassis has good build quality and finish, especially for this price segment. There is plenty of space for installing components,...-
By techPowerUp! on December 25, 2012
The 60 USD/EUR price-range is probably the most crowded and hard fought case segments of the market. Corsair has successfully moved from their high-end Obsidian cases down to the high midrange with the Carbide family and, now, to the entry-level...92
By VR-Zone on December 20, 2012
Corsair might have started as a RAM manufacturer, yet the company successfully diversified towards several other kinds of products, making them one of the most well-known and favored companies amongst technology experts and enthusiasts. Today we will...90
By AnandTech on December 15, 2012
Corsair entered the enclosure business from the top with a measure of care to establish a solid brand identity. The Obsidian 800D was released as a flagship product and signalled that Corsair was serious about case design and not just looking for...-
By TweakTown on December 14, 2012
While not being aesthetically aggressive in any way, the 200R is a case for the "every man". First of all anyone can easily afford this solution, its black on black, and it is simple enough your better half of the relationship won't deny its use...92
By Hardware Canucks on December 12, 2012
From the Carbide to Obsidian series, Corsair has a wide variety of cases in their stable, but one option was conspicuous by its absence: a truly budget-friendly solution for entry level gamers. At a mere $60, the new Carbide 200R fits this bill...-
By Guru of 3D on November 19, 2012
Overall we think the Carbide 200R is a spot on chassis. A quick check here in the Netherlands shows that the 200R can be found for 55 EUR already, and that I feel is a price I'd be comfortable with. As stated in the review the we spotted it in the...-