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Corsair Carbide 330R

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Corsair Carbide Series 330R

30 October 2013
  • Conclusion: The Carbide Series 330R is Corsair's second attempt at building a chassis that balances low-noise operation with capable airflow. Introduced as an economical alternative to the high-end and highly-acclaimed Obsidian Series 550D , the 330R is, for all intents and purposes, a sound-damped refresh of the budget 300R. The resulting enclosure, priced at £75, is every bit as easy to build into and addresses one of our biggest complaints: noise.
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Overall 10

Corsair Carbide 330R review

The Guru of 3D
22 October 2013
  • Summary: The corsair Carbide 330R series is an interesting product and is a chassis that's really first 'mainstream' and not so much entry-level. The overall build quality is certainly decent enough and the features offered will give the average PC aficionado plenty to work with.The Carbide 330R is a chassis that comes with everything you need.
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Corsair Carbide 330R Case Review

25 August 2013
  • Conclusion: The viability of the Corsair Carbide 330R as a silent enclosure is really going to depend on what your needs are and what's available. More and more as I test, I find that cases engineered for quiet running are at a very clear disadvantage with our standardized testbed, but that's also part of the fundamental issue that bears repeating here: a dampened enclosure will make a quiet build silent, but will make a normal build loud.
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Corsair Carbide 330R Review

18 September 2013
  • Excerpt: We reviewed the 300R back in March of 2012.  Back then it was priced at £58 and seen as something of a deviation for Corsair to release what was essentially a budget case.  We're guessing Corsair's decision must have paid off as winding the clock forward to 2013 we see the release of the 330R.  The 330R shares the 300Rs internals, but has added sound proofing and major changes to the exterior, not least of which is a full length door.
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Overall 8

Corsair Carbide Series 330R Quiet Case Review

12 September 2013
  • Excerpt: 2 Flares 2 Flares × Continuing the expansion of its chassis range, Corsair has added a low-noise option to its Carbide series. Can the Corsair Carbide 330R quiet case prove that it can compete in a tough market?
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Corsair Carbide 330R Review

21 July 2013
  • Conclusion: Bringing our thoughts to a close we can whole heartedly say that we really like the new 330R. Corsair have brought to market a solid mid tower silent solution which has some key advantages over its sibling the 300R. 330R is equipped for silent usage and its styling brings a classy appearance which is minimalist and professional.
  • Pros: + Professional styling, + Well executed features, + Good quality noise damping material + lots of it!, + Whisper quiet, + Good clearance options, + Reasonably priced
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Corsair Carbide 330R

13 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Corsair tok en hel verden av store og små nerder med storm da de lanserte sitt første kabinett, Obsidian 800D . Siden den tid har det kommet en rekke forskjellige modeller fra selskapet, og en av de nyere tilskuddene er Carbide 330R.
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Corsair Carbide 330R review

25 December 2013
  • Summary: Met de Carbide 330R wil Corsair dé behuizing maken voor de huiskamerpc. De tower biedt plaats aan lange videokaarten, flinke processorkoelers en zelfs waterkoeling, maar is voorzien van geluidsdempend materiaal.
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Overall 8

Corsair Carbide Series 330R

Technic 3D
2 October 2013
  • Summary: Der amerikanische Hersteller Corsair schickt mit dem 330R ein weiteres Modell der Carbide Series ins Rennen. Hierbei handelt es sich um ein Midi-Tower-Gehäuse, welches vor allem dort überzeugen soll, wo eine geringe Geräuschkulisse in Verbindung mit einer hohen Rechenleistung gefordert ist. Das 330R ist das erste Modell der Carbide Baureihe, das von Haus aus über eine Schalldämmung verfügt. Die Basis teilt sich das 330R dabei mit dem seit geraumer Zeit erhältlichen 300R.
  • Pros: Schickes Design, Schalldämmung, Werkzeuglose Montagesysteme, Kühlleistung, Platz für überlange Erweiterungskarten, Praktische Staubfilter, Fronttür beidseitig öffenbar
  • Cons: Keine Lüftersteuerung, Nur vier 2,5-/3,5-Laufwerke verbaubar, Wenig Platz hinter dem Mainboard-Tray
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Expert Review

7 September 2013
  • Excerpt: Corsair nennt das Carbide 300R ein Silent-Gehäuse und hat es dafür mit Dämmmatten und einer geräuschabsorbierenden Fronttür ausgestattet. Werkzeuglose Montage, Staubfilter, USB 3.0 Frontanschlüsse und viel Platz für Komponenten sind weitere Features. Wie das in schlichtem Design gehaltene Corsair Carbide 330R in der Praxis abschneidet, klärt der Test.
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