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Corsair Carbide Series 400R Graphite grey and black ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case

  • Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower
  • USB 3.0 x 2, IEEE 1394 x 1, Audio Front Ports
  • 4 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 6 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
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  • Anatoly G.
  • 1/23/2016 12:04:28 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsI like it!

Pros: Decent price for the features: plenty of place for ATX motherboard and other components, 6 3.5"/2.5" racks, 4 5" racks, well ventilated, easy to install/withdraw disks (no screw needed), easy to clean, to open and to access inside PC components, aesthetic look

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: I could not connect directly power of my DVD writer because PSU cable appeared to be a bit short. I used Molex-SATA extender-adapter.

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  • Tim H.
  • 1/10/2016 2:47:17 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery Nice Case

Pros: Plenty of space for a mid tower
Cable management made easy and cleaner with rubber covering around access holes.
Studs for the motherboard already installed.
Switch to turn off or on the LEDs in the front two fans.
Carrying handle.
USB 3.0 on front.
Sides bump out for cables to lay on backside.
Bottom dust filter.

Cons: The rubber washers or boots that were placed where 120mm fans mount tear very easily and also can shove through the case if you're not careful when tightening a fan screw. More annoying than anything, but it doesn't deserve to lose an egg over that.

Other Thoughts: I just changed out 5 mid cases in our small office with these and it was a very pleasant experience. Plenty of access points for cable management and the rubber boots around them made for a much cleaner look even without a viewing panel on the side. Plus, the sides bump out slightly to make it much easier of a time putting the side on with all those cables bumping out. The included small zip ties and stickable mounting clips were also a nice touch! I loved the ability to put 5 more fans into this case and it breathes so well for a mid tower it ought to be a crime. The carrying handle near the front makes moving these guys around so much easier. Its just one well built case for any need.

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  • Brown L.
  • 11/27/2015 9:22:36 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Case

Pros: Received this case as part of a bundle back in 2012, and it is still holding up solid to this day. The carrying handle has worked fine for me (I've moved residences several times since then) in all situations.
The HDD trays look rather flimsy, but when you have an HDD in there, they are actually quite solid, and there's room for more of them than most folks would ever need.
Back area for cable management is a very nice addition.

Cons: Front LED is insanely bright, so I put a small piece of duct tape over it. Not the end of the world, and certainly not enough to bump off an egg, but I needed to put something here. :P

Other Thoughts: I have since upgraded to the Thermaltake Level 10 GT, which is a beatiful case. If I didn't have such poor money management skills, I'd still be using this case for a long time to come.

Also, I ran a basic air-cooled set-up, so I can't comment on fan mounts or liquid cooling capabilities, but it looks big enough I suppose.

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  • Darren K.
  • 11/24/2015 1:26:50 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAs Advertised

Pros: Lots of space, drive bays plentiful & easy to access/install. Cable routing keeps things clean. Lots of room for fans. On/Off switch for fan LEDs a cute bonus. Good case overall.

Cons: The radiator assembly fit fine, but my motherboard has a power plug near the top which made the radiator install for CPU liquid cooler very tight. Drive bay inserts a little flimsy, but as long as the Case isn't used on a bumpy road, should be fine.

Other Thoughts: Definite upgrade from my old case - better cooling and much quieter. Case is rather big with the wide points in side panels, but no other way to manage the cables as easily.

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  • Andrew F.
  • 10/8/2015 2:04:44 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood luck trying to use the fan mounts

Pros: Plenty of space, plenty of airflow. It's mostly solidly built, though the hard drive holders are pretty flimsy.

Cons: Basically no documentation, not even on Corsair's web site. In order to power on the front two fans, you have to plug in a molex power connector that is connected to the front panel. That one molex connector powers exactly two out of the three case fans, and without being near or even obviously connected to either.

That's a strange thing to do, but perhaps justified for cable management reasons. But if you do something strange, you have to document it. And my real complaint here is the lack of documentation. I understand not wanting to print off and include a 20 page booklet in every box, but is it really so hard to put a .pdf on your web site?

The bigger problem is the fan mounts, where the holes for the screws are enormous--big enough to drop a pen or pencil through a screw hole and into the case. That would be fine if Corsair included screws with large heads that fit the holes, but they didn't. I got a Radeon R9 Fury X and needed to mount the radiator somewhere, but the screws that came with the video card had heads small enough to fall right through the screw holes on the case.

I was able to mount the radiator using some thumbscrews that I had left over from my previous build using an Antec case. But there's no excuse for a case to have fan mounts that require unusual screws without providing said screws. One of the reasons you pay $100 for a case is so that you don't have to fuss with the company cutting corners to save a dime here and a nickel there.

Other Thoughts: Corsair seems to have a nice reputation on cases. This was my first Corsair case and will probably be my last. The fan mounts problem is ridiculous; I haven't had any such issues with Antec or Cooler Master in the past.

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3 out of 5 eggsBright LED and Firewire? Nice layout

Pros: Great Layout
easy cable management
dual front intake fans

Cons: Super bright front power and activity LED! Can't leave the computer on at night in the room because it lights up the whole room. Can't put it to sleep because it blinks all night.
Why is there still a firewire port on the front of the case? The board that NEWEGG bundled with the case does NOT have a firewire header on it!!!! I would have rather seen an SD card reader or something more modern.

Other Thoughts: I'm currently trying to find a why to either darken the LED's or I might have to just disconnect them entirely. It's REALLY annoying. I'm not even sure what to do about the unconnectable and useless firewire port on the front of the case.

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  • Jeremi W.
  • 9/21/2015 12:44:18 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAlmost perfect

Pros: Great quality and finish.
No sharp edges. Good cable management options - which you will need.

Cons: Larger than what I expected.
Cable management for hard drives was a bit daunting.

Other Thoughts: The SSD/HDD trays are a bid counter-intuitive and you will end up running the SATA power and data cables in ways that you would not have imagined.
Whoever designed the SATA power connectors should be lynched (separate issue I know).
Unfortunately, Corsair leaves you to your puzzle solution skills in order to figure out how to mount SSD drives (yes, it CAN be done without adapters...) and how you should/could run the SATA cables and power. Luckily, the case has bulged sides which work to your advantage.
Tall case. My PSU's ATX power cable is rather short but it could make it to the top of the motherboard. Not 'tight' but just barely.
Plenty of room to fit the Asus GTX 980Ti STRIX video card...or two or three...or whatever your build might need.
I give this case 4 eggs because of the funkiness. Its a good case overall.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/15/2015 1:35:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsA+

Pros: Solid, sturdy, well built. Plenty of room for cable management all around. Properly ventilated with 2 front fans blowing air directly on the drives and one exhaust fan in the back, they're almost noiseless. The whole front of the case is a metal mesh, so is 3/4 of the top and 1/2 of the bottom for the psu, which has a slide-out dust filter.

Cons: None

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  • George R.
  • 7/28/2015 4:33:46 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsPower supply fit

Pros: This thing is huge inside. Last build was using an AOpen HX-08.

Cons: So far this is a nit pick.. When you use a power supply BY Corsair IN a Corsair case it should just fit. No fiddling, no missed screws where only 3 out of 4 go into their proper holes. I had to screw the 4th into the supply and use the edge of the head to snag against the edge of the opening in the case. You should be able to put it where it goes regardless if you want the fan to pull from the case air then out or draw from the bottom. Rounding the corners of the supply doesn't do me any favors. My last Corsair fit into my AOpen case with -zero- fuss. No missed holes and it was another of their 750 watt supplies. RM750I used in this. Previous was a TX750.

Other Thoughts: Like the case, found the power supply fit to be odd.

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  • Mark K.
  • 7/10/2015 12:20:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice and roomy tower

Pros: Plenty of space and 3 fans are pre-installed!

Cons: Fans seem to be weak, but not seeing any issues so far.

Other Thoughts: If using with MSI Gamer5 MB, the USB port is difficult to plug in --- BE CAREFUL or else you'll bend the pins on the port. Suggest to loosen the MB screws, connect USB cable to MB, then re-secure MB screws!

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