I would like to thank Corsair for supplying the review sample.
The Corsair 4000D Airflow is part of the brand's new case line-up with two general variants. On one hand, there is the RGB-less 4000D with a solid front, and on the other, we have the Airflow option with a vented front panel. Additionally, there is the third option with a tempered front glass panel and three SP RGB Elite fans. This latter variant, called the iCUE 4000X RGB, comes in either black or white and includes Corsair's iCUE controller, and thus the ability to adjust lighting and fan speed via software inside the OS.
We are reviewing the 4000D Airflow, which comes with two retail-grade fans and is meant for those wanting the best cooling possible.
|Corsair 4000D Airflow|
|Material:||Steel, plastic, and tempered glass|
|Weight:||7.85 kg/17.31 lbs|
|Drive Bays:||2x Internal 2.5/3.5"|
2x Internal 2.5"
|E-ATX (up to 305 x 277 mm), ATX, Micro-ATX, and M-ITX|
|Dimensions:||453 x 230 x 466 mm / 17.83 x 9.06 x 18.35 "|
|Front Fans:||3x 120 mm (1x fan pre-installed)|
|Rear Fans:||1x 120 mm (1x fan pre-installed)|
|Top Fans:||2x 120 / 2x 140 mm (optional)|
|I/O:||1x USB 3.1 Type-C|
1x USB 3.0
1x Audio combo jack
|Compatibility:||CPU Cooler: 170 mm|
GPU: 360 mm
PSU: 180 mm
Corsair ships the 4000D in a plain brown box with their signature design on it. The front holds an image of the chassis, while the rear pictures a blow-up diagram. Both sides come with additional information, and a sticker lets you know which variant of the chassis is inside.
Two Styrofoam spacers and a plastic bag protect the chassis during transport.
Our Patreon Silver Supporters can read articles in single-page format.