Corsair's compact Carbide case keeps cards cool
Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 8, 2013 - 12:51 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Carbide Series 200R, corsair, mid-tower
Corsair may refer to the Carbide 200R as a compact mid tower system but as you can see below [H]ard|OCP shoved in triple SLI, even if they are only GTX 280's. The PSU is located at the bottom of the system and has an opening directly under it with a removable filter that you don't need to lift the case to get at. This case is definitely aimed at air-coolers as you can mount 2 fans in the top of the case and on the side panel and 1 in the front, bottom and rear of the case. Check out the full review here.
"All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy and Corsair looks to remedy that with its Carbide Series 200R; or something like that. Outside of the motherboard installation, no tools required is the message Corsair is looking to get across about this compact size "mid-tower" case."
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