Corsair 300R Review

Editor: David Mitchelson  Date: 02-03-12   3 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction



Product on Review: Carbide Series 300R
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Corsair
Street Price: £57.99

Last year Corsair boldly introduced the Carbide Series – a lineup of computer chassis that delivered finesse to gamer and enthusiast alike. Already in the lineup are 400R and 500R and kicking off 2012 is the new 300R – a compact mid-tower with all the features, style and quality that Corsair fans have come to expect but at a lower cost.

So the mid-high end has been catered for and now we look to the lower end. Will a lower priced product mean cutbacks from Corsair? Will the 300R further strengthen a good reputation? Let’s find out!



The 300R provides a remarkable number of features in a compact chassis. Easy access, lots of room for expansion, and superior cooling make the 300R a great choice for building powerful PCs that don't take up a lot of room. Great systems start with a great case, and Carbide Series 300R provides a remarkable number of features in a compact chassis. Easy access, lots of room for expansion, and superior cooling make the 300R a great choice for building powerful PCs that don't take up a lot of room. The 300R is equipped with two fans for intake and exhaust, and the integrated dust filters on the front and bottom intakes are easy removable. There's room for you to install five more fans, including mounting points for two side panel 120mm fans for drawing cool air directly over your GPUs. If you're building a multi-GPU gaming rig, proper graphics ventilation is essential.


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