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Corsair CC-9011075-WW Carbide Series 100R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case - Black
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- Elegant, modern design: with flush-mounted side panel window
- Dual USB 3.0 front panel ports
- SSD support: all four hard drive trays provide solid state drive support
- Tool-free 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch drive installation
- Cable routing channels and holes
- Case Windowed is Acrylic
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The carbide series 100R mid tower case lets you hide a high powered, killer gaming rig inside of a case that would look at home, It's easy to customise with plenty of tool free installation options, highly expandable with extra fan ports and drive bays to support SSDs, and performance-minded with USB 3.0 support and direct airflow to the GPU. The carbide series 100R looks simple and elegant from the outside, but the inside provides you with all the options you need for a killer rig.
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Modern on the Outside, Packed with Features on the Inside
The Carbide Series 100R Mid Tower case has the versatility serious PC builders need with the clean, modern exterior design all users can agree with. Tool-free access to the interior, a flush-mounted window for admiring your components and a range of cooling options are all available to the home builder at a spectacular value with this addition to the Corsair family.
Simple and Sharp
It’s the performance PC platform in stealth mode. With a mesh-free front panel, flush-mounted side panel window and clean lines, the 100R is both professional enough for the office and customisable enough for any home PC build.
The simplicity begins with tool-free 3.5 inch and 5.25 inch drive installation and all four hard drive trays provide solid-state drive support so you can mix and match to fit your needs. On the outside, dual USB 3.0 front panel ports give you quick and easy access to the high-speed portable hard drives and flash drives.
Five internal fan mounts let you customise your cooling to match your build. We’ll get you started with one included 120 mm fan. The case is designed to draw airflow directly to the GPU to help ensure that you and your graphics card will both keep your cool during intense gaming sessions.
The Features that Builders Want
Whether you’re building one system or a dozen, you want the attention to detail that makes it easy. You’ll appreciate things like cable routing channels for easy cable organisation and the side panels are attached with thumbscrews so you can get in and out without hunting for a screwdriver.
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My build was as follows:-
Gigabyte Gaming 5 Motherboard
Intel I-5 4690K Processor
4 x 8Gb Hyper X Fury Red Ram boards
240 Gb Hyper X Savage SSD
Gigabyte NVidia GTX 750 ti 2Gb Graphics card.
I also threw in some silent fans which are blue on start-up. I fully intend to increase the performance of this build in the future, probably with the addition of more drives, an improved Graphics card etc.
The sides come off in seconds and give you full open access to get stuck in. Cable routing options are impressive for this price. Just make sure your PSU has long enough cables. You can usually get an extra inch or three by inverting your power supply in the closed off area at the bottom that it sits in.
The supplied fans are what I expect at this price point, they blow air and make some noise, the front one lights up red. Nothing too special here especially when a box set of high end fans from the same company costs more than this case. Both respond well to fan curves on any modern motherboard so no issues there.
The USB 3 ports actually work, something that can't be said for every case where devices drop out during high current load or data transfer. Power and audio jacks are neatly tucked to the right for clean forward visuals.
The potential to to a peasant build all the the way to some silly spec in the same case is great. Plenty of room for extra fans, controllers, AIC and water cooling options too. I have yet to test the drive caddys as both machines I've built using this case boot from m.2 with iSCSI for additional storage.
The only real issue I have with this case is I wish it came with a split protective plate for the top. While its great to have an open top vent, there is no dust shield or anything to stop stuff falling in. This is not a case you want anywhere near the potential for anything to fall on the top of the case. If you have a radiator up to then you're better off but it is something to keep in mind. The other issue is using corsairs own PSU for builds I found myself wanting an extra few inches on the 12V connector.
For some reason the case with the window came with an extra fan, the case without was missing it, not sure if intended or not. Good build quality, cheap, nice and plain!
The only little annoyance is the motherboard stand off in the centre is not meant for a screw, its just a piece of metal I assume to help allign when first putting the motherboard in, me being me not bothering to read the instructions (it is just a case after all) I thought thats not right, it must be a manufacturing defect with the stand off, so I took a pair of pliers to it and ripped it off... It was only getting the second case and seeing the same thing I realised.
All in all though, nice plain small case, and cheap! plenty of place for radiators /ventilation too which is a big plus.
I've paid a bit less for cases and they've felt like they're made of tissue paper, with razor edges in places. Which is why I was wary that the good price on this might mean the same thing, but I was pleasantly surprised by the build quality. Whilst it is fairly easy to 'pop' the side casing out of shape for example, it does not feel completely flimsy and insubstantial (and it popped back into shape no problem).
Bottom line, if you want an easy access, completely tool-less box you're going to have to pay a bit more. However, if you're on a budget but are an old hand at building pc's and don't mind using your know how to get the side panels to go back on flush with just 'the right touch' etc. then you wont go far wrong with this case.
Note, I only just got the side panel on with the GTX 980 Ti in it, and there is a slight bit of pressure on power cables going into the card as they stick straight up before bending round. Other than that, it's all good.
It is really big so one would imagine there is tons of place to put hard drives. No, just 2 hdd and 2 ssd. That's it. My cheapo 8 year old case can take many more.
There is plenty of space to put the motherboard, but the HDD and power supply are extremely squeezed. I had great difficulty squeezing their own corsair power supply in.
But the worst is the airflow at the hdd area. With no usage of the hdds and my CPU idling and no graphics cards at all my hdds reach 50-53 degrees. I opened the case to see if I maybe forgot to connect some fans. Well, the HDDs are in an almost closed off location with no fans. Maybe I can install more fans, but I would expect it to have adequate cooling off the shelve with no graphics cards at no load.
The headphone jack is extremely hard to put anything into. Very stiff.
It is a good looking case, could be ok if you have no HDDs. It is a great choice if you want to put it on your desk to look at it without turning it on. Very disappointed with Corsair. Stick to memory, please. I would refund, but I'm bored to assemble another case. Utter junk.
I unscrewed the front fan and moved it down close to the HDDs. I can read 45-47 for HDD temperature on idle. Hope my 6TB drive will survive the corsair torture.
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