Corsair also shows its new Carbide 330R, a mid-tower that focuses on quiet computing. This model has a MSRP of $89.99.
Corsair announces the quiet, attractive Carbide Series 330R for low noise home computing. Unlike other products targeted towards the low-noise fanatics, the Carbide Series 330R is designed for both low noise levels and excellent cooling performance at an attractive price point. The case is laid out with a Direct Airflow Path from the 140mm front intake fan to provide efficient cooling to the hottest components. Noise dampening material on the top panel, side panels, and front door combined with rubber feet help keep the PC quiet, and the top panel can be removed for 240mm radiator installation if desired. Couple that with features like built-in USB 3.0 and SSD capabilities and the 330R is an attractive solution for the low noise enthusiast.
Support for Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX, Extended ATX motherboards and ATX power supplies
Noise dampening material on the top panel, side panels, and front door
Direct Airflow Path
Up to Five fan mount locations (front 120/140mm x 2, top 120/140mm x 2, rear 120mm)
USB 3.0 on front panel
Four hard drive trays with dual HDD and SSD compatibility
Tool free 5.25” and 3.5” drive installation
Built-in cable routing cutouts with grommets
19.5” (495mm) deep x 8.3” (210mm) wide x 19” (482mm) tall