Corsair 400R Carbide Series Mid-Tower Case, CC-9011011-WW (Mid-Tower Case)
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- Tamaño máximo de placa base:ATX
- Cantidad de compartimentos frontales:4
- Sistema de refrigeración:120/140 mm montaje de ventilador x 6 ¦ 120 mm montaje de ventilador x 1 ¦ Frontal : 120 mm ventilador x 2 ¦ Posterior : 120 mm ventilador x 1
- Placas base admitidas:ATX, microATX
- Propiedades de la caja del sistema:Compartimentos de unidad sin tornillos, filtro de polvo extraíble, orificios para organizar cables
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Dispositivo de alimentación:Sin fuente de alimentación, Profundidad:52.1 cm, Anchura:20.6 cm, Altura:50.3 cm, Ranuras de expansión:8 x Ranura de expansión, Interfaces:2 x USB 3.0 Š 1 x FireWire Š 1 x auriculares - mini-jack Š 1 x micrófono - mini-jack, Compartimentos de expansión:4 (total) / 4 (libre) x accesible a la parte frontal - 5.25"Š 6 (total) / 6 (libre) x interna - 2,5" / 3,5" compartidos
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The case has tons of space and a great deal of air flow capacity (i have 7 case fans in now but will add one more on the bottom and be done with it) so I felt comfortable air-cooling instead of going liquid-cooled. Also, it's a very nice looking case (to me) and the build quality seems excellent on everything except the flimsy drive trays - but how often do you move them about, in normal usage.
My only complaint so far is the durability of the finish. I set my phone on the top front corner repeatedly and noticed that even that small action has already put scratches on the black finish. I wouldn't expect it to look good for long if I was hauling it around to LAN parties but for my use-case, it's fine.
- Plenty of space (more than I actually needed)
- Good air flow as front, back, top, bottom and sides are all perforated.
- Love the places to tuck cables in behind the motherboard, etc.
- ATX motherboard lined up perfectly
- 3 included fans and front 2 have LEDs to see that they are running
- No need for tools. Case has thumb screws. Drive bays are slide in/out and have holes to attach 2.5" SSDs.
- When case is standing up the back panel IO ports are at the top of the case instead of the bottom. Easier to connect devices.
- Sides flair out so while the front/back are only 8" wide but at the sides where it flares out its about 9.5" wide. In addition with one side panel left on (i.e. when you have the case open and working on the components) it will not lay flat on the other side (i.e. it wobbles on the desk).
- Documentation does not explain what each wire inside the case does. My first build. I figured out most pretty easily but one of them caused me to have to do some research.
- I have a Logitech MK550 wireless keyboard/mouse combination with a unified receiver. On my prior HP desktop places in the same spot on the floor (with the unified receiver at the bottom in the back) there were no problems. Placing the unified receiver in this case (back top) I had communication issues (i.e. the mouse would be jittery and the keyboard would sporadically miss keystrokes). Not sure if this is due to the perforated metal case or not but had to use a USB extension cable to move the unified receiver closer to the front.
- Installed a Corsair HX750 PSU and only 3 of the 4 screw holes lined up with the case. Not sure if that's an issue with the case or the PSU but they are both Corsair so I would have expected all 4 to line up.