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Corsair Carbide Air 240 Review

Rating: 9.0.

The new Corsair Carbide Air 240 uses the same split-chamber design that Corsair introduced with the Carbide Air 540 but this time it is used in a smaller, more compact chassis with a low price under £70. A smaller chassis means you have to choose a Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboard however there is still plenty of scope for building a gaming powerhouse.
Judging by the photo you might think this case is cuboid in shape although it actually measures 397mm x 260mm x 320mm.


  • Motherboard support: Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX.
  • Expansion slots: 4.
  • Included fans: 2x 120mm front intake, 1x 120mm roof.
  • Fan mounts: Additional 120mm roof, 2x 120mm floor, 2x 80mm rear, 1x 120mm side.
  • Radiator support: Up to 240mm front, up to 240mm floor (Mini-ITX only).
  • 5.25″ drive bays: None.
  • Internal drive bays: 3x 3.5/2.5″, 3x 2.5″.
  • Dimensions: 397mm depth x 260mm width x 320mm height.

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  • Hapan Theunknown

    Nice review, thanks.
    Do you think there is enough clearance to install the H100i at the bottom even with a mATX mainboard and a single GPU? Then I might considering getting one of these.

  • Alexander Kittel

    With a mATX board in there, the bottom fan mounts are inaccessible… So no bottom rad, or even bottom fans, unless you go mITX 🙁
    But with mITX, you might even get a full loop in there, with two 240 rads!