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Corsair Carbide Series 400C Computer Case - £74.99 @ Amazon
Corsair Carbide Series 400C Computer Case - £74.99 @ Amazon

Corsair Carbide Series 400C Computer Case - £74.99 @ Amazon

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Corsair has engineered the Carbide Clear 400C to pack all the performance and expandability you need into a compact case design. Put your build on display through the full-size window panel and keep it all running cool and quiet with Direct Airflow technology. With a one-touch side panel, tool-free drive installation and three-point dust filter access, 400C is easy to build and even easier to keep clean. You'll spend less time on setup and maintenance and more time enjoying your PC. Corsair's Carbide Clear 400C balances desktop footprint and expandability.

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1 x Corsair 400C Computer Case
Accessory Kit
Quick Start Guide

18 Comments

Hot from me. I have this case since it was released. Best purchase I did in a long time. Be carefull though. When you have 3 ssd and couple hdd , 1 gfx card, and sleeved cables, it is really hard co close the back cover. Overall 5 stars.

I've seen the phanteks enthoo evolv tempered glass, and now I cant get anyting else. I will have to wait for a while until someone offers a discount but I don't care oO

BIGUSHEADUS

I've seen the phanteks enthoo evolv tempered glass, and now I cant get … I've seen the phanteks enthoo evolv tempered glass, and now I cant get anyting else. I will have to wait for a while until someone offers a discount but I don't care oO


If you like tempered glass, also worth looking at INWIN cases like the 303, 509 and 805.

Edited by: "sam0" 9th Aug 2016

sam0

If you like tempered glass, also worth looking at INWIN cases like the … If you like tempered glass, also worth looking at INWIN cases like the 303, 509 and 805.


I've heard cooling is atrocious with INWIN cases which is why I had my heart set on the Phanteks. Do cases with good airflow matter that much though?

P.S. first time builder!

BIGUSHEADUS

I've heard cooling is atrocious with INWIN cases which is why I had my … I've heard cooling is atrocious with INWIN cases which is why I had my heart set on the Phanteks. Do cases with good airflow matter that much though?P.S. first time builder!


I wouldn't say atrocious, just not optimal. INWIN's high end cases mostly focus on looks rather than functionality, with lots of tempered glass and brushed steel. The 303's layout is unusual but would be fine for most users, 509 and 805 are more normal but still not optimal. However I wouldn't hesitate in using any of those for a build, especially if it's not going to be outputting much heat.

nice

Very good case, but vote cold because it's normal price for this model.

Bought 2. One for me and one for my mate. I just re-painted my old Shinobi XL White Window, too.. Absolute sucker for that full side window.

Tempting. Anything smart/compact and well built like this for cheaper? (Don't care about the brand stamped on it!) Might bite

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d3k

Very good case, but vote cold because it's normal price for this model.


But it isn't though? Amazon have just price matched Maplins recent reduction

This has been in my Camel watchlist for months and this is the first time it's gone below £80...

BIGUSHEADUS

I've heard cooling is atrocious with INWIN cases which is why I had my … I've heard cooling is atrocious with INWIN cases which is why I had my heart set on the Phanteks. Do cases with good airflow matter that much though?P.S. first time builder!



If you are gaming, then yes it matters a great deal.

Otherwise, not so much as the components won't heat up much as they aren't under a lot of load.

Get a Phanteks case looks better and is tool free and way cheaper.

Cold..

mamboboy

But it isn't though? Amazon have just price matched Maplins recent … But it isn't though? Amazon have just price matched Maplins recent reductionThis has been in my Camel watchlist for months and this is the first time it's gone below £80...



Doesn't camel working only on Amazon? Alza have it for £76 and I'm pretty sure I've seen it on overclockers or ebuyer for around this price. Mind you - I was looking for a new case 2 months ago and I was thinking about 400c but in the end I got thermaltake v21

i paid 91.99 only 12 days ago won't refund me the difference so i ordered another and going return the 91.99 one :')

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d3k

Doesn't camel working only on Amazon? Alza have it for £76 and I'm pretty … Doesn't camel working only on Amazon? Alza have it for £76 and I'm pretty sure I've seen it on overclockers or ebuyer for around this price. Mind you - I was looking for a new case 2 months ago and I was thinking about 400c but in the end I got thermaltake v21


Alza are located in Czech Republic and there's a delivery charge.

And yes, Camel works on Amazon... but Amazon generally pricematch most retailers, so if they drop in price, Amazon will as well. This isn't below £80 very often at all IMO.

I bought the 600Q and wouldn't recommend. Moved from a HAF 932 Advanced (4 yr old case) and the difference is night and day in regards quality in favour of my old HAF 932.

I've got the 600C and love the built quality and cable management, but I am a Corsair lover lol

http://www.williams.gb.net/images/600c.jpg

Edited by: "Panda221" 12th Aug 2016
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