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Corsair CC-9011023-WW Carbide Series 200R Compact ATX Performance Computer Case - Black
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- Corsair Carbide Series 200R Black Mid Tower Compact ATX Performance Case with USB 3.0 w/o PSU
- USB 3.0;Tool-free SSD, HDD, and ODD installation;Cable routing and CPU cooler backplate motherboard cutouts;Seven PCIe slots with thumbscrews and room for GPUs 320mm long
- Install up to four 3.5" and four 2.5" drives simultaneously V tool free.;Up to eight fan mounts for optimal cooling potential;Dust filters for front and PSU intake.
- Compatible Corsair Liquid Coolers - H55, H60, H75, H80i
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Carbide Series 200R is compact, but it's designed to let you build high-performance systems with massive storage, extra graphics performance, and superior cooling and ventilation.;Less work. More play. Build with the Carbide Series 200R and the only time you'll need to pick up a screwdriver is to install the motherboard.;The mid-tower form factor combines room for expandability and out-of-the-way exterior dimensions.;Smart ergonomics for easy, great-looking builds;Side panel thumbscrews;PCI-E expansion card thumbscrew mounts;Tool-free SSD, hard drive, and optical drive installation Cutouts for cable routing and CPU cooling;Serious Expansion and Cooling Capacity;Seven PCI-E slots with thumbscrews and room for cards up to 430mm long (300mm with drive cage);CPU coolers up to 160mm in height;Install up to four hard drives and four SSDs at once;Up to eight fan mounts (depending on hard drive configuration
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Designed for Easy Builds
Less work. More play. Build with the Carbide Series 200R and the only time you’ll need to pick up a screwdriver is to instal the motherboard. The side panels and expansion slots use thumbscrews and SSD, hard drive and optical drive installation are all tool-free. Cutouts for cable routing and CPU cooling make builds and upgrades neat and simple.
Easy to Use
The mid-tower form factor combines room for expandability and out-of-the-way exterior dimensions. USB 3.0, headphone and microphone ports are right up front and the front intake dust filter helps keep the interior clean.
Smart Ergonomics for Easy Builds
- Side panel thumbscrews
- PCI-E expansion card thumbscrew mounts.
- Tool-free SSD, hard drive and optical drive installation.
- Cutouts for cable routing and CPU cooling.
Easy to Expand and Easy to Cool
Carbide Series 200R is compact, but it’s designed to let you build high-performance systems with massive storage, extra graphics performance, cooling and ventilation. You get seven PCI-E slots and you can instal up to four hard drives and four SSDs at once. Eight fan mounting points let you expand your cooling system to match your high-performance components.
Serious Expansion and Cooling Capacity
- Seven PCI-E slots with thumbscrews and room for cards up to 430 mm long (300 mm with drive cage).
- CPU coolers up to 160 mm in height.
- Instal up to four hard drives and four SSDs at once.
- Up to eight fan mounts (depending on hard drive configuration).
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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.
It's light for its size. I'm quite short and weak (leave me alone! I haven't hit the gym yet) but this one's much easier for me to carry or move than the previous case I used, as well as the other computers in the house I've built to a mid tower size. I really appreciate that it has feet, too, just because I can slip my fingers fully underneath the case for a better grip when I'm lifting it off the ground.
There's a huge amount of space in it. I have small hands, so I don't have as much problems reaching into a computer as other people might, but I do appreciate that I don't have to play as much Tetris when I insert or remove components. Less crowding inside the case provides a slightly better airflow.
You can remove both sides of the case as needed. That doesn't sound so important but when I compare it to my first computer, it's definitely less hassle to work with. The outer screws can be removed by hand, so you could do things like remove dust from the insides or inspect it without having to find a screwdriver.
The hard drive trays feel a bit sturdier. In my last case, one of the tray insert broke inside one of the drive's internal threads. I was only able to retrieve it by getting my dad to cut through the tray. Now I test these trays whenever I change the hard drives (I just try to pop a drive out of its tray and then put it back) and they haven't broken yet. Four 3.5" bays feels so freeing after my last case only had two.
I installed a DVD drive last month. The mechanism for locking the drive into the 5.25" bay was confusing, but you can ignore it and use good old-fashioned screws, so I did that instead. It isn't initially clear how to pop out the cover, but it is replaceable, which could give this case resaleability or other freedom wrt changing the components.
I don't particularly care about the window or use LEDs, but it looks cool I guess. The looks are nice apart from that. I think it looks quite professional. My few complaints are that I wish there were more USB ports, and that they (and the headphone jacks) were situated on the top side, like in my old case. Bare in mind that I keep my computer on the floor so it's more convenient for them to be on top for me - if you keep yours on your desk, it's more practical for them to be in front. I *am* glad that the power button is on the front, and prefer it there. In my last case, sometimes my cats sitting on my computer would step on the button and turn it off!
I bought this as a replacement for a case I was very frustrated with and I don't regret it one bit. I'm very happy with this purchase.
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.
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