The newest chassis in the Carbide series is the 300R mid-tower chassis. This chassis takes out the top hard drive rack to allow for longer cards, since most of us remove that section anyways. It also removed the rubber grommets and there are things around the chassis that makes it easy to see there are things from other cases that these parts come from that just aren't included with this model. That isn't to say that this is a plain black box with nothing to offer, as I say, it is more about two things in this design.
Taking all the things that you really don't need in the chassis out and in doing so, Corsair can deliver a chassis that is more affordable. It looks like Corsair is now playing to the crowd a bit, offering the Carbide 300R with just enough to get you by without stripping your wallet of every last image of a president.
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