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Posted 15 March 2023

Corsair 4000D Airflow Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case - £79.99 @ Amazon

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(High-Airflow Front Panel, Tempered Glass Side Panel, RapidRoute Cable Management System, Spacious Interior, Two Included 120 mm Fans) Black
  • A fitting choice: Combining innovative cable management, concentrated airflow, and proven Corsair build quality, choose the 4000D for an immaculate high-performance PC
  • High-airflow front panel: An optimised steel front panel delivers massive airflow to your system for maximum cooling
  • Corsair rapidroute cable management system: Makes it simple and fast to route your major cables through a single channel, with a roomy 25 mm of space behind the motherboard for all of your cables
  • Two included 120 mm fans: Corsair AirGuide fans utilise anti-vortex vanes to concentrate airflow and enhance cooling
  • Extreme cooling potential: A spacious interior fits up to 6x 120 mm or 4x 140 mm cooling fans, along with multiple radiators including a 360 mm in front and 280 mm in the roof (dependent on RAM height)
  • Accessories included with this case are located in the hard drive bay of the product.

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  1. NickH161188's avatar
    I wouldn't reccomend this case if building with the newest intel CPU's, and you have a GPU over 330mm in length.

    Reason being, you'll need a 360mm AIO to cool them, and this case only fits 360mm at front. If you have a GPU longer than about 330mm, you will have clearance, or airflow issues.

    Otherwise, a great deal.
    GForce's avatar
    Where have you seen that the newest intel CPUs specifically need a 360mm radiator ?  FYI There’s almost no difference in cooling between a 360mm and a 280mm ( see: techbuyersguru.com/art…mm/ ), and I’ve seen no reference to an AIO being a requirement in any intel literature.
  2. richx45's avatar
    You can fit 280 aio in top, just but only with LP memory, its tight....240 aio easy though
  3. jammiejam2k69's avatar
    My gf has an i9 with 280mm aio in this case but she paid £59.99 for it
  4. g00ner82's avatar
    The shroud around the PSU bay is annoying if you want a 1000 watt PSU I would not get this as difficult to put in
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