Corsair Carbide Series 330R Quiet Case Review

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Continuing the expansion of its chassis range, Corsair has added a low-noise option to its Carbide series. Can the Corsair Carbide 330R quiet case prove that it can compete in a tough market?

Using thick noise-insulating foam padding on many of its interior surfaces, it is easy to see that Corsair was serious about aiming to design a quiet case. Two fans, one 120mm and one 140mm, provide cooling duties, but aim to do so in a low-noise manner.

With room for the largest graphics cards on the market and dual-length watercooling radiators, can the Corsair Carbide 330R quiet case prove its worth against tough competition from the likes of Fractal, Nanoxia, and NZXT?

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  • Motherboard support: E-ATX, ATX, MICRO-ATX, Mini-ITX.
  • Expansion slots: 7.
  • Included fans: 1x 120mm (rear), 1x 140mm (front).
  • Fan mounts: 2x 120/140 mm (front), 1x 120mm (rear), 2x 120/140 mm (roof).
  • 5.25″ drive bays: 3.
  • Internal drive bays: 4x 2.5/3.5″.
  • Dimensions: 495mm (H) x 210mm (W) x 484mm (L).
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  • Felix English

    I prefer the fractal cases at this price point, but its not bad.

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  • Initialised

    They are good cases, well built, if a little dull. if you want something more exciting its considered you would aim higher up their list than this one.

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