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Plenty of optional cooling.
Well constructed chassis.
Simple but good design.
2x USB 3.0, 240 and 280 mm radiator support.
2x fans included.
Functional hard drive trays.
Good screwless locks for optical drive bays.
Dust filter in front and bottom of the chassis.
Well laid out interior.
No USB3 adapter.
Other cases offer more for the same money.
No USB 2.0 support (no I/O, no adapter).
Only four hard drive bays.
No dust filter or noise protection in the top of the chassis.
No grommets on mainboard tray for clean looks.
Cable-routing system lacks rubber grommets.
By PC Mag on August 31, 2012
The Corsair Carbide Series 300R is a no-frills case delivers the simplest requirements for a gaming PC build with almost no excess...
By AnandTech on June 29, 2012
Ostensibly, Corsair's Carbide line of enclosures are their budget cases; the Obsidian and Graphite lines both start where the beefy Carbide 500R leaves off. Corsair's least expensive entry is the one we have on hand today, the Carbide 300R. Yet...
By Techgage on June 22, 2012
Unlike Ryan's chassis reviews, where many comparisons are made and temperature testing is conducted, I'm unable to do any of that for the 300R. The reason is twofold; I have no comparison data, and this chassis arrived at a perfect time given my...
By TechwareLabs on May 23, 2012
2. Specs3. The Exterior4. Interior5. Final Thoughts and...
By Metku.net on May 20, 2012
In short Corsair has done it again. No matter what the product category and no matter what the price tag, they just seem to know how to make a great product. The Carbide 300R sells at $90 and manages to pack a lot of features to that price tag. Many...
By uk.hardware.info on May 17, 2012
If you read the preceding pages, then you noticed that we were duly impressed by the Corsair Carbide 300R. For an average price of £63 this chassis has everything you need for an average all-round computer system. Even a relatively high-end system...
By Overclockers Club on April 11, 2012
Overall the 300R wasn’t the best case I’ve had my hands on, but it wasn’t the worst case either. Getting hardware in wasn’t painful and on any day I call that a win. I’ve worked with quite a few large cases that...
By Hardware Canucks on April 04, 2012
Regardless of their dominance within the case market, one area where Corsair hadn’t ventured into has been the entry level sub-$90 category. But that’s all about to change with the introduction of the new Carbide 300R. It boasts a good...
By MadShrimps on March 27, 2012
Corsair has added another nicely crafted case to it's popular Carbide series. Even if it's the cheapest case Corsair has ever launched, in the already pretty saturated mainstream case market, this 300R maintains a high standard of build quality....
By Legit Reviews on March 23, 2012
The Corsair Carbide 300R has a solid build quality, all the features you need to get a system built, and comes with a 2 year warranty the 300R will get the job done....
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