Corsair Carbide 400R test: a cheaper 600T?

After a series Obsidian frankly successful but also quite expensive, Corsair is back with its Carbide, whose prices are significantly lower than those of the previous series. Thus the case that we are testing today, the Carbide 400R, is positioned well below 100 euros.

Corsair thus comes to rub a very competitive market now leaving its bases that represents the high-end sector. The Carbide 400R has much to do, with the competitors very interesting models like the NZXT Tempest and the Cooler Master HAF 912 Plus and Storm Scout in the “gamer” or Silencio (always with Cooler Master) and the Fractal Design Define R3 for oriented casings silence.

While Corsair is a name that particularly speaks to players and thus to those who require a spacious and airy tower are also expected of the brand that it produces a housing noise are limited. Less than 100 euros, he will know the builder combines performance and silence? This is what we shall see!

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