Corsair Carbide 300R review -
Here we can see all the storage unit bays a little better. You'll get three 5.25 drive bays and four 3.5 hard drive bays with 2.5 compatibility.
Optical (5.25") storage wise you just slide in the unit and click it secure. That's time saving stuff as it is tool free. Again one of the very simple yet very handy features this chassis has to offer. You can install up-to three 5.25" devices. So above the backside, there is plenty of space for cable routing, a huge plus. A bit of a miss though is that the grommet holes do not have rubber inlays to cover up wiring.
And here a couple of mockup shots from Corsair. Admittedly, I like the design very much, simple yet aesthetically very pleasing. But I do find the lack of rubber inserts for the grommet holes a bit of a missed opportunity.
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