Summary: 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 the Cooler Master Gladiator 600 and the older CM 690 II advanced,...
Summary: The Corsair Carbide 400R performed well in terms of ease of assembly, thanks to the tool-less mounting options, and was able to keep temperatures within optimal thermal levels.
The Carbide 400R is the most economical chassis from Corsair’s line but it is every bit as impressive as its premium priced...
Pros: Tool-less drive bay installations, Excellent cable management options, 8 PCI Expansion slots, 20-pin USB 3.0 front panel header, Front panel Firewire port, Support for aftermarket CPU heatsinks taller than 165mm, Top carry handle/peripheral storage area, Support for 240mm dual-fan water-cooling r...
Cons: Lack of dust filter/cover on the left side panel and on top optional fan mounting areas
Excerpt: Today we’ll be checking out one of Corsairs latest cases, the Carbide 400R. Most people know Corsair for their memory products, but in recent years they have converted over to Cases and other products. Today I’ll be checking out my first Corsair case.
Summary: The Corsair Carbide 400R gets a gold star for being the easiest case I've had the pleasure of working with thus far. The cable management is truly top notch, and ample interior room is available to accommodate most hardware configurations.
Conclusion: 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.
Pros: Value for money, USB3/USB2-adapter, Plenty of optional cooling
Cons: Dust filter removable through the back, No dust filter on the front, Lots of open fan holes with no filters
Conclusion: The Corsair Carbide Series 400R is a success for Corsair, as it delivers good cooling performance at a reasonable price point. There’s also plenty of cooling flexibility built in, thanks to the myriad fan mounts, as well as plenty of useful features such as an excellent cable routeing system and...
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Pros: Fully painted interior, Fully tool-less design, Excellent cable management, Native SuperSpeed USB support, with adapter cable for older motherboards, Eight card slots, Excellent value for price
Cons: Supplied fan mounting screws are useless, No mounting for 3.5" bay devices, Top radiator mount really only for Corsair's H100 cooler