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Corsair 100R and 100R Silent

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Corsair 100R  and 100R Silent

Corsair 100R and 100R Silent

 

Corsair, a worldwide leader in high-performance PC hardware, today announced the Carbide Series 100R and Carbide Series 100R Silent mid-tower PC cases. Priced at $49 and $59 and offering features designed to make PC building incredibly quick and easy, the 100R cases make it possible for users to build a serious PC that looks as good it performs.

The Carbide Series 100R and Carbide Series 100R Silent are among Corsair's lowest-cost cases, yet avoids the look of many low-cost PC cases, instead offering an elegant aesthetic that will appeal to gamers, hobbyist PC builders, and system integrators. The cases include innovative, builder-friendly features that make Corsair cases popular with PC users, such as built-in SSD mounts, front-panel USB 3.0 ports, intelligent cable routing, and tool-free drive mounts. And with up to five fan mounting locations (two fans included), tool-free support for four 3.5" drives and four 2.5" SSDs, and support for long graphics cards, the cases easily support high-end GPUs, liquid coolers, massive storage, and PSUs.

 

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The standard version of the Carbide Series 100R come with a side panel window and top cooling vents. The Carbide Series 100R Silent version is sound dampened with a solid top and non-window side panel to reduce noise. "The Carbide 100R shatters the stereotype that budget-friendly cases have to be gaudy and poorly designed, " said George Makris, Product Manager for Cases and Cooling at Corsair. "Now gamers and PC enthusiasts have a subtle, functional, and affordable foundation for their next PC."

 

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Specifications

    • Tool-free mounting of hard drives and optical drives
    • Dual USB 3.0 front panel ports
    • Direct airflow path to top GPU
    • Plenty of room for large graphics cards and power supplies
    • Cable routing channel behind motherboard tray
    • Up to five fan mounts
    • Front: 2 x 140/120mm
    • Top: 2 x 120mm
    • Rear: 120mm (included)
    • -Two 5.25" drive bays

-Four 3.5"/2.5" drive bays with trays that support hard drives and SSDs

-Seven expansion slots

-Supports ATX, Micro ATX, and Mini ITX motherboards and ATX power supplies

 


Pricing, Availability, and Warranty

The Carbide Series 100R and Carbide Series 100R Silent PC cases have a suggested price of $49.99 and $59.99 respectively. UK pricing is yet to be confirmed.

  

Join the discussion on the Corsair 100R and 100R Silent on the OC3D forums. 

 

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Most Recent Comments

06-01-2015, 12:49:15

Feronix
I've got to say, at that price point there is a LOT of competition and honestly it doesn't really stand out so far. The window is really nice though.

Also, either someone used a funny lens or someone should be fired for this PhotoShop job

And oooh, is that a new AIO cooler we see in there? Quote

06-01-2015, 12:53:08

WYP
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
I've got to say, at that price point there is a LOT of competition and honestly it doesn't really stand out so far. The window is really nice though.

Also, either someone used a funny lens or someone should be fired for this PhotoShop job



And oooh, is that a new AIO cooler we see in there?

Press release for it will be online soon, ugh...... corsair really know how to bury me in stuff.

here is a sneak peak.

http://www.pcper.com/files/imagecach...4/H110i_03.pngQuote

06-01-2015, 12:58:49

barnsley
Not really that impressed. Looks like someone rubbed a coolermaster N600 and a cheap fractal case together.

The AIO looks much more exciting. And pretty.Quote

06-01-2015, 13:11:52

WYP
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Originally Posted by barnsley View Post
Not really that impressed. Looks like someone rubbed a coolermaster N600 and a cheap fractal case together.

The AIO looks much more exciting. And pretty.
the AIO PR is online now.Quote

06-01-2015, 13:15:40

JR23
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Originally Posted by Watsyerproblem View Post
the AIO PR is online now.
Not all of it

http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...123438782l.jpg#

JRQuote
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