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Corsair Carbide 100R Silent Edition (Black)

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  • Decent
    3 months ago
    There are painted screws and spacers for motherboard mounting, this gives poor ground connection of the motherboard.
    Also the back side is painted so the power supply which is the "source" of the earth has poor contact with the box.
  • Excellent
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Good chassis for 599, cheapest silencer.

    + Stylish and pretty
    + Very easy
    + Good design and space in the box
    + Silencing mats, sides and ceiling. (just run SSD disks)
    + Double chassis fan with fan control. The controller is located at the back and connects to the PSU for power (sata). Then cables (3 pcs.) Are connected directly to the fans. Or you can connect them to the sockets on the system board if you have 2pcs for chassis fans.
    + Dust filter PSU
    + Click-to-play for DVD player, super easy
    + HDD slings in plastic, 4pcs, placed so they do not disturb long graphics cards.

    Used to use Fractal design chassis but this is perfa if you want to push the price. Cruelly!
  • Very good
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Terrific cabinet. Some little space to hide cables. But one very nice design, easy and cheap enclosure that does its job very well. Nice for those who do not want to show off all the insides. Recommended for those who have one ATX motherboard and want a smaller cabinet :)
  • Decent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    + cheaply
    + Can fit the longest graphics cards
    + Is a simple fan controller on the back, top with 3 speeds
    + Dust filter for PSU on the bottom

    +/- It does not look particularly out

    -Extremely crowded behind the mobo for cable management
    -man can not mount the lowest fan out in a sensible way when hdd pasture is mounted
    -my HDD at 7400rpm argued a lot in case story (may have been wrong hdd what do I know)

    Building in this case story was not the easiest thing I've done. It's very crowded for all the cabling, but work somewhat after a little wear. A modular / semimodulärt PSU is a must here if you want the inside to look out civilized. Spinning hard drives allows a lot in this case story. One should also think twice when it comes to CPU cooler height!

    Had to whittle away some of my DVD drives to the pick of front without first remove the DVD drive.

    It is very cheap and look good anyway with the door closed!