Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-04 Windowed Mid-Tower ATX  Computer Case - Black/Grey, £39.99 @ Amazon
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Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-04 Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Computer Case - Black/Grey, £39.99 @ Amazon

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Found 22nd Feb
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  • Angular exterior design with a large, tinted side panel window
  • Room for up to five 120mm fans with one 120mm front fan pre-installed
  • Expansive storage space with mounts for up to three HDDs and two SSDs
  • Clean, side-facing I/O panel with high-speed USB 3.0 port
  • Cable routing cut-outs and tie downs keep your build looking clean and uncluttered
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Good price. I would've gone for this if I didn't get the spec 01 for 25. Heat!
Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered glass?
Edited by: "LukeyWolf" 22nd Feb
LukeyWolf27 m ago

Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered …Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered glass?


Cmon it's £40 it's obviously acrylic
I should have waited. Bought one last month. >.<
LukeyWolf2 h, 2 m ago

Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered …Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered glass?


It's weight saving

Where does the optical drive go?
Edited by: "Cheap_as_Chimps" 22nd Feb
Cheap_as_Chimps1 h, 49 m ago

It's weight savingWhere does the optical drive go?


There isn't a slot as usual
Bruno.Harris7 h, 33 m ago

Cmon it's £40 it's obviously acrylic


Weird, I spent £8 more on a Bitfenix Nova TG and it has a full side window which is tempered glass and it's not terribley made either
I have this case, I can confirm it's build quality. It is sturdy, well made with quality material. Yes, it is acrylic side panel - but it works well. The internal design is well thought out, with heaps of storage configurations, cable management is hidden behind the motherboard tray (and the right side panel). Aesthetics are great (each to their own opinion), but it is a looker. The only niggle I had is that the thumb screw holes, for releasing the side panels on the rear of the case, are not the best. On mine at least, it takes a while to screw them in 'straight'. Other than that - it looks and acts the part. Note that I paid a lot more than £40 for mine (as I had a voucher card to use), so this in my eyes is great deal - for a quality Corsair product.
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