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|Type||ATX Mid Tower|
|External 5.25" Drive Bays||3|
|External 3.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 2.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 3.5" Drive Bays||4|
|Max VGA length allowance||450.00mm|
|Includes Power Supply|
|Motherboard Compatibility||ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX|
|Front Panel USB Ports|
|Dimensions||485mm x 210mm x 449mm|
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...
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