Summary: this is going to be my first build and i choose the corsair carbide 400r to house all my parts. ordered from amazon and choose 2 business day delivery and i was expecting it to arrive on monday since i ordered it on friday but it unexpectedly arrived today, thank you very much amazon!!!!
Summary: This is a nice solid case with plenty of good features. It feels light years ahead of my old Antec 300. Cable management is great, it's nicely finished, air flow is good and it's roomy enough to take big components such as my Noctua D-H14 CPU cooler.
Summary: Great, no-nonsense case with plenty of room for all component and cables - great airflow and cable management. I have nothing negative to say regarding the 400R - as a first time builder the system took 40 minutes to piece together, the case made the build very easy.
Summary: This case is just what I was looking for I is big but not huge and was a really good case to build in I has good airflow and the choice to be able to turn off the front white leds are nice. It has loads of room for upgrades and plenty more cooling options too expand on.
Summary: This is far the best case and as it was my first ever build this just made it so simple to use because of the cable management but the two problems I had were the front USB 3.0 lead broke when placed in my motherboard (probably my fault) and the fan switch for the lights on the fans did not work.
Summary: Very good. Well done Corsair! I used this gaming case to build my first computer. Im impressed how big is inside. It have an excellent cable managment, a lot of storage for hard disk drives, and also enough space for a gaming size video card. I love the dust filter.
Summary: Wow, the size of this thing ! Loads of space in this for all those extra goodies to fit - seems well made and solid. Fanarama in this - gonna have trouble keeping the penguins an' polar bears out of it ! :) How many hard drives do you want to fit in this - is this a server I see before me?
Summary: Just took delivery of this case but not installed any components as yet. For anyone not wanting to spend huge amounts but still get quality without 'cheese' and flashing lights and fans to quell the Gobi desert; this is probably bulls eye for most buyers.
Summary: Having owned one of these for the last 2 years I would point-out to anyone interested that the clearance between the back of the drive bays and the right-hand panel is too small. This causes problems with SATA cables pressing against the side of the case.