A compact expression of Corsair's gaming philosophy.
Great systems start with a great case, and Carbide Series 300R provides a remarkable number of features in a compact chassis. Easy access, lots of room for expansion, and superior cooling make the 300R a great choice for building powerful PCs that don't take up a lot of room.
* First availability for purchase, it may not correspond to the actual market launch date.
|Type||ATX Mid Tower|
|Includes Power Supply|
|External 5.25" Drive Bays||3|
|External 3.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 2.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 3.5" Drive Bays||4|
|Motherboard Compatibility||ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX|
|Front Panel USB Ports|
|Dimensions||485mm x 210mm x 449mm|
|Max GPU Length Allowance||450.00mm|
ATX , mATX
(x6) 120mm/140mm fan mounts, (x1) 120mm fan mounts, Includes (x1) front-mounted 140mm fan and (x1) rear 120mm fan
(x2) USB 3.0, (x1) Headphone, (x1) MIC, Power, Reset
Steel structure with molded ABS plastic accent pieces
ATX (not included)
We’ve been impressed with what we’ve seen recently from Corsair, and we were glad that the company saw fit to send us a couple more mid-tower cases to pore over and test: the Corsair Carbide 300R compact gaming chassis and the Obsidian 550D quiet...
Ostensibly, Corsair's Carbide line of enclosures are their budget cases; the Obsidian and Graphite lines both start where the beefy Carbide 500R leaves off. Corsair's least expensive entry is the one we have on hand today, the Carbide 300R. Yet...
The Corsair Carbide 300R is relatively compact as far as midi tower cases go, but there's plenty of room to work inside it and we had no trouble fitting our 275mm AMD Radeon R9 290 graphics card. There's up to 450mm of depth inside the case, which is enough to fit any graphics card we can think of.