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Corsair Carbide Series 330R
Sleek and attractive exterior.
Capable cooling performance.
Keeps noise levels in check.
Easy to build into.
No fan controller.
Only four hard disk bays.
Cable holes lack rubber grommets.
By HEXUS.net on October 30, 2013
The Carbide Series 330R is Corsair's second attempt at building a chassis that balances low-noise operation with capable airflow. Introduced as an economical alternative to the high-end and highly-acclaimed Obsidian Series 550D, the 330R is, for all...-
By Guru of 3D on October 22, 2013
A big plus is the amount of room behind the motherboard for cable management, and then there are the dual 120mm fans in the case. Overall we think the Carbide 330R is a decent chassis, we do miss a fan controller, especially for a silent chassis...-
By Overclock3D on September 18, 2013
At the start of this review we moted that the Corsair Carbide 330R was simply a silent version of the 300R, and indeed, as the internal layout is damn near identical it would be very easy to argue this point. However, to say this is somewhat over...87
By PCPer on September 13, 2013
The Corsair Carbide 330R Quiet Mid-Tower case is a full-featured mid-tower case that provides several different case cooling options and comes with two installed fans to get you started. It also supports both single and dual fan radiators for liquid...-
By Kitguru.net on September 12, 2013
A high-quality, low-noise chassis that is a good foundation for a quiet...80
By Hi Tech Legion on September 09, 2013
Corsair's Carbide series is meant to be their mainstream and more affordable line but the superb build quality and accurate machining shames other manufacturer's mainstream offerings. Of course, there were concessions made by Corsair to keep the...-
By AnandTech on August 26, 2013
Fractal Design's Define XL R2 beats on the 550D until candy comes out, and is cheaper to boot. This is a contested space and Corsair needs to bring their A game; the Carbide 330R gets the job done and for a good price, but it's a solid B when we needed something more.-
By eTeknix on August 01, 2013
“Corsair have done it again, creating a product that is well-built, that looks great and performs even better. It's perfect for those who don't want to see or hear their system when working, but still want something that looks bold and...-
By Pro-Clockers on July 30, 2013
The new Corsair Carbide 330R has two features that Corsair is hoping to attract people to buy the case. The first would be its sleek clean look. Before, we had to pay more bucks for a simplistic looking but fully-customizable case with the class like...-
By Bit-tech.net on July 17, 2013
What the Corsair Carbide 330R does, it mostly does well. With a few exceptions, build quality is problem free, while the cooling performance to noise ratio also manages to impress. The minimalist styling is also still a popular one, and the door with...71