Summary: Very Trashy computer case not worth the money. If I HAD to buy this case, I would say this case is worth $40 tops.
Pros: Big Case.
Cons: Although big, I could not fit this within the case: seidon 120v push pull setup. 4 Out of 5 of the Drive bay clips broke within a year and would not stay in place anymore. The case scratches very easily. Some of the case fan wires were bad on arrival- 3 of my fans in the case aren't spinning that...
Summary: Do your research (should have done that on my part) and this case will be good. With a full sized ATX motherboard, you shouldn't have that problem at all.
Pros: This is one clean case. It looks great and definitely holds parts... for the most part.
Cons: I have a smaller factored ATX motherboard. Z97 anniversary. With this motherboard and case combo, the outcome isn't the best. I couldn't fit my Corsair H75 inside, it was too cramped inside because the CPU socket is set too far left. I couldn't even fit it with one radiator fan. It sucked. RMA'd ...
Summary: Why is this a problem in a modern computer case? Good grief.
Pros: The case looks nice and has two great dust filters. The included fans have been reliable so far and I can't complain about the internal layout, which is spacious and easy to work with.
Cons: I purchased some AeroCool Shark 140mm red LED fans for this case, and soon after installation I noticed a scraping sound. It turns out that the fans were scraping against the intake filter. I 'fixed' this problem by using a few pennies as shims to keep the front filter away from the fans. I reall...
Awesome, practical case that could be a little bigger
16 June 2015
Summary: The 300R is an excellent case that fit most of my needs being big enough to fit what's important and small enough to not be monstrous in my office. In this review I'll mention where the case excels as well as the problems I had with it.
Summary: Not worth the price, there are plenty of better cases out there that are worth the price. A computer case is a case you will have a life time and shouldn't skimp out on it. And even at this price this case is not worth it.
Pros: All the parts fit.
Cons: Extremely plain, and cheaply made case, inconvenient usb locations, power button is very poorly made. Case scratches easily. Not worth the money.
SSD installations and cable routing easy. A lot of thought is evident in the ...
Francis N Henderson, Amazon
23 April 2015
Summary: I purchased the Corsair Carbide Series Black 300R Mid-Tower Computer Case to do my first computer build in 20 years. The case made the motherboard, power supply, DVD-RW drive, SSD installations and cable routing easy. A lot of thought is evident in the design to simplify the builders effort.
Corsair offers a great, minimalist aesthetic in many of their cases
Jauffrey "Juffins", Amazon
23 April 2015
Summary: I should preface this review by stating that I've somehow accumulated a collection of 4 or 5 Corsair cases in the past few years. Corsair offers a great, minimalist aesthetic in many of their cases, including this Carbide 300R.
Summary: Nice case. Easy on the wallet. Sweet style. Many options. I am happy with my choice, though for my main computer I would choose something with a bit more refinement.
Pros: Expandable, this case has mounting for fans everywhere. 300R has all the features we have become so used to. Removable drive bays, space for thick non-ribbon PSU cables, mounting room for hydros. Good case, great price, white power LED looks slick.
Cons: Light weight, front panel wiring feels cheap, lots of holes for fans can make case loud if many cooling options are used.
Summary: Had issues with cable managment, I doubt it was the cases fault, the Mobo might of been too big or cables not long enough. The case is meshed so has quite a bit of air flow. For the price it's very nice.