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Corsair Carbide Series Black 400R Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011011-WW)

by Corsair
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  • Built-in compatibility for SSDs in the six hard drive bays gives you the flexibility you need.
  • Front panel includes USB 3.0, Headphone, Mic, and an LED on/off switch.
  • Keep your system cool with up to 10 fan mount locations (four 120mm, six 120mm/140mm)
  • Up to 316mm of length for modern GPUs.
  • Easily accessible dust filters keep the cool air flowing over your valuable components.
  • Captive thumbscrews make it easy to remove your side panels without losing the screws.
  • Install or upgrade your CPU heatsink quickly with the easy-access backplate cutout.
  • Optimize airflow and keep your system neat and tidy using the intelligent cable management system.
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Corsair Carbide Series Black 400R Mid Tower  Computer Case (CC-9011011-WW) + Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO - CPU Cooler with 120mm PWM Fan (RR-212E-20PK-R2) + Asus 24x DVD-RW Serial-ATA Internal OEM Optical Drive DRW-24B1ST (Black)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Corsair
  • Model: CC-9011011-WW
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Device Type: Computer Case
  • Color Name: Black
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20.5 x 8.1 x 19.8 inches ; 18.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0055Q7BR4
  • Item model number: CC-9011011-WW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (119 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 10, 2011

Product Description

From the Manufacturer


The 400R has been carefully designed to provide a generous amount of internal volume, and it puts that volume to good use. There’s room for eight PCI-E cards of up to 316mm in length, and even room for a full 240mm radiator for compatibility with the Hydro Series H100 Liquid CPU Cooler and modular watercooling systems. Superior airflow is a requirement for high-performance components that will be regularly pushed to their limits, so the 400R has ten fan mounting points for cooling flexibility. Three 120mm fans — two in the front, and one in the rear — are included, so you’re ready to start building right out of the box.

Overview

Carbide Series 400R

Built for Builders.

The Carbide Series 400R shares vital DNA with the award-winning Corsair Obsidian and Graphite Series. They’re acclaimed for their ease of use and performance-oriented engineering, and this philosophy is abundant in the design of the Carbide Series.

Future-Ready.

Support for USB 3.0 and 2.5” SSDs is built-in. Two USB 3.0 connectors are provided on the front panel and connect directly to motherboards with compatible USB 3.0 headers. Integrated SSD support lets you install 2.5” solid-state drives in any of the hard drive bays, without having to deal with adapters.

Easy access.

Thumb screws on the side panels and tool-free drive installation mean that you’ll spend less quality time with your screwdriver, and the integrated dust filters can be quickly removed for easy maintenance.

Looking good, inside and out.

The beauty on the inside goes beyond the black-painted interior. Corsair’s innovative cable management system provides a straightforward way to route cables behind the motherboard, not across it where it can interfere with airflow and give your system a cluttered look. And since looks are an important part of any build, you’ll appreciate the ability to turn the front panel fan white LEDs on or off with the push of a button.



Specifications

 
Expandability
  • Four 5.25" drive bays
  • Six 3.5" hard drive bays with 2.5" compatibility
  • Eight expansion slots with support for graphics cards up to 316mm long
I/O Panel

The front I/O panel contains:

  • Two USB 3.0 ports
  • One Firewire port
  • 3.5mm headphone and microphone connectors
  • Power and reset switches
  • A toggle switch for the front fan LEDs
Cooling Capability
  • Six 120mm/140mm fan mounts
  • Four 120mm fan mounts
  • One rear 120mm exhaust fan is included
  • Two front-mounted 120mm intake fans are included. The white LEDs can be toggled from the front I/O panel.
  • Supports most 240mm dual radiators with 15mm spacing
  • The side panel has a mesh screen with two 120mm/140mm fan mounts
Exterior Dimensions

Carbide Series 400R is 19.8" high, 20.5" long, and 8.1" wide.

Package Contents
  • Carbide Series 400R
  • Installation kit
  • Quick Start Guide

Product Description

The 400R has been carefully designed for upgradability. With USB 3.0, support for 2.5" SSDs right out of the box, eight expansion slots, up to 316mm of room for GPUs, and even room for a full 240mm radiator, the 400R packs a serious punch. And if cooling is your concern, the 400R has ten fan mounting points for cooling flexibility. Three 120mm fans - two in the front, and one in the rear - are included, so you're ready to start building right away. The side panels are easy access, with two captive thumbscrews on the rear of each so you never lose them.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Best case I've ever bought and I will buy another for my super gaming computer build.
BELLAV-FAN
Lots of room, lots of fan slots, mounting for 240mm radiator for a H100 cpu water cooler.
David Vogt
Overall it's a great case with plenty of room for airflow and nice cable management too.
Colin O

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Ed TOP 100 REVIEWER on October 10, 2011
Corsair makes some of the world's best PC enclosures; just read all the critical acclaim and awards that their Obsidian and Graphite Series cases have garnered. I had the chance to review the Graphite Series White 600T about six months ago, and was impressed with its interior space, cable management, flexible cooling options and Corsair's attention to detail. Despite the impressive performance and features of the Graphite and Obisidian Series cases, there's no question that the premium price kept Corsair's enclosures out of reach for many people--until now.

To complete their offering of high-performance cases, Corsair has introduced the Carbide Series mid-tower case. As their entry-level case, the 400R promises "everything you need, nothing you don't" at an MSRP of $99.99. Let's see if the 400R lives up to that promise.

PROS:
- Plenty of interior space
- Supports up to 10 case fans
- Built-in SSD mounting
- Excellent cable management
- Fantastic value

CONS
- Reset switch too close to fan LED on/off switch

IN THE BOX
* Quick start guide
* USB 3.0 to USB 2.0 adapter
* Zip ties and wire mounts
* Motherboard standoffs
* Motherboard screws
* Hard drive and optical drive screws
* Power supply screws
* Fan screws

AESTHETICS
The exterior of 400R has a very clean and simple design. It doesn't stand out like the Obsidian or Graphite Series cases do, but the simple design will probably appeal to a lot of people. It's also a more typical mid-tower size than the 600T.

At 18.5 lbs, the 400R is almost 10 pounds lighter than the 600T.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Buzz4 on January 12, 2012
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I purchased this case the end of December 2011 and did not have USB 3.0 functionality on both front ports testing with 3 different USB 3.0 storage devices. The back Intel DZ68BC board USB 3.0 header/ports worked fine. Corsair sent a replacement that appeared to be used (visible using a 10x loupe) that was received the first week of January 2012. Of the two USB 3.0 front ports with the replacement, only one functions as USB 3.0. Corsair will again send another replacement front header that is supposed to be "new". Either I am unlucky or who ever makes the parts for Corsair is using inferior parts for their series 400 R cases regarding front USB 3.0 front headers.

Beyond the USB 3.0 front panel connectivity issue I really like the case overall design.

Update Feb 28, 2014: A new defect with the front mic and head phone plugs. The headphone jack plug does not allow stereo in the headphones unless you pull the jack out almost all the way and hold it there. You can't push it in, click and hear stereo. The mic jack does not work at all and have to use the back jack. I hope Corsair is not using the same supplier and found better usb, mic and headphone parts. Also, I wish case designers would have cleanable filters to manage dust blanketing the case interior. I know if the filters are not maintained there could be problems but some of us don't mind maintenance.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Hamilton on September 24, 2011
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Coming from an Antec 900 (still in use), can't help but compare:

Antec 900 Pros: Somewhat better build quality. HDDs and drive bay covers screw in. Cooling is better out-of-box, with the helicopter fan on top, and fan switches to control speed. See-through panel. Looks sleeker, IMO.

Carbide 400R Pros: Cable management and ergonomics. No contest here. With all of my drives and Corsair TX750 transferred from the Antec, it was MUCH easier to tuck cables out of the way behind the motherboard panel, thanks to lots of rubberized holes around the motherboard mounting, the rear-facing orientation of the hard drive bays (the HDD trays fit the drives very snuggly), and the extruded side panel. Makes for plenty of room in the case for GPUs. Looks stodgier by comparison, but I don't really care.

Couple gripes: the HDD trays -- if you try to install an SSD, the retainer clip for HDDs gets in the way. Also, what's with the current fad of putting USB ports right above optical drive bays? Sure it makes for easy access, but dangling cables can block ejecting trays.

Really nice case overall. Would buy it again for a new build.

Edit: You can remove the pins in the HDD trays for mounting an SSD by removing the entire pin bar.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Gene on November 5, 2012
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Most of the general pros and cons have been covered by other reviews, but I'd like to comment on a few specifics:

1.) There is tons of space for cables behind the motherboard tray, which is great for getting them out of sight. However, there's next to nothing on the back of the tray to actually zip-tie cables onto. Most cases that don't advertise cable management as a feature still have plenty of little holes and whatnot that you can use to secure your wires; the back of this tray has nothing, so you'll have to stick adhesive cable clips or something back there if you want to do more than hide your tangle of wires out of sight.
2.) The actual holes for fan screws on the top, sides, and rear of the case are much larger than fan screws; each fan location has four rubber grommets which fit inside of these holes and reduce them to the correct size for fan screws. This is intended to absorb vibrations from the fan and reduce noise; however, since the holes themselves are much larger than the screws it's easy to pull the whole assembly through along with an installed fan, at which point it's really obnoxious to try to get the rubber rings back into place to reattach the fan, particularly in the top/back of the case around a large CPU cooler. Furthermore, they don't work at all with the rubber pull-through connectors that are typically included with high-performance fans nowadays, which is a shame because they're a much less obnoxious solution to the vibration problem.
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