Corsair Carbide 400R 27

Corsair Carbide 400R Review

A Closer Look - Outside »


Corsair is moving away from the full colored boxes as it seems. Their latest cases - the Obsidian 650D and the Graphite 600T both came in plain brown cardboard packages as does the Carbide 400R. In the front you will find an image of the chassis, while the rear holds a blow up diagram of the entire case along with a multi-language listing of all the features. Both smaller sides of the package are identical, with case specs and additional images. All in all, the package is quite informative, but really does not do this case justice.

Two Styrofoam spacers hold the chassis in place within the package and a plastic bag protects it from scratches and fingerprints during the packing process.


You will get assorted screws along with a USB 3.0 20-pin to USB 2.0 9-pin adapter. This is the first time I have seen the latter included with a chassis and its has been sorely missed. This gives the potential customer the freedom to buy this case and use it on their old mainboard, while still being able to connect things internally when going for a new mainboard in the future. On top of this you will receive a manual and a piece of paper stating the terms of the warranty.
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