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Corsair Carbide 400R
Prepared for watercooling and fans.
Toolless drive bay installations.
8 PCI Expansion slots.
20pin USB 3.0 front panel header.
Front panel Firewire port.
Support for aftermarket CPU heatsinks taller than 165mm.
Affordability meets quality.
Supports future technologies.
Lack of dust filter/cover on the left side panel and on top optional fan mounting areas.
Lots of open fan holes with no filters.
Can be a dust magnet.
The USB 3.0 connector could have done with an option.
Supplied fan mounting screws are useless.
No mounting for 3.5" bay devices.
Top radiator mount really only for Corsair's H100 cooler.
Openings on top and side will allow noise to escape the system.
By PCWorld New Zealand on June 26, 2012
In our experience, Corsair has certainly made a habit of releasing awesome hardware. None of this awesome factor is lost even when they make an “affordable” product. Case in point: the Carbide 400R mid-tower chassis.My first impression...90
By hardwarebbq.com on April 07, 2012
I've taken a look at the 500R that Corsair sent. The 400R is (judging by the way its modeled) most likely a stripped down all-black case. Time to see if the case is good for its money worth.1. Introduction 2. Packaging and Specifications 3....-
By Tech2 on January 12, 2012
The Corsair Carbide 400R is priced at Rs. 5,399 (MRP). It’s a little on the expensive side, but it’s a good value for money cabinet. It’s cheaper than the Cooler Master 912, which we reviewed earlier and finds itself well placed among...70
By HotHardware on January 05, 2012
It’s always tough to rank products in roundups like these, especially when each one has merit, as is the case with each of the products we reviewed here. Truly, depending on your taste and needs, you could purchase any one of these cases and be...-
By PCPer on January 02, 2012
Corsair's successful entry into the case world has taken quite a few people by surprise including consumers and many competitors in the case market. With the first Corsair Obsidian series, the 800D, Corsair standardized many features that were only...-
By Rbmods.com on November 27, 2011
This is a very nice case, with a pricetag of 140$ it might scare off some of the potential buyers. I would have liked to see a price closer to 100$ for this to be really able to compete with cheaper on the market, granted they don’t have the same...-
By Hi Tech Legion on October 30, 2011
The Carbide 400R is the most economical chassis from Corsair’s line but it is every bit as impressive as its premium priced siblings. For a steel chassis, the Carbide 400R is surprisingly light in weight and svelte-looking externally but spacious...-
By HardwareHeaven on October 21, 2011
Starting with the build quality and design of the 400R the case comes across as one which should really cost much, much more. The chassis is solid, the paintwork well applied and the components used all of a high quality. The case is also incredibly...100
By ThinkComputers on October 19, 2011
While the Corsair Carbide 400R is one of the cheapest cases put out by Corsair, it’s certainly a high quality one. Then again, I wouldn’t really think of this case as a budget case, but rather an upgraded budget case, with a $99.99 price...100
By Metku.net on October 09, 2011
The Carbide series is yet another product area for Corsair to conquer, the price of the 400R sits at the 100 dollar mark, and also in Finland you can get the case for roughly hundred euros. Looking at the specifications and feature Corsair hasn't...-