So the Carbide 200R can be found under the following SKU code: SKU# CC-9011023-WW and currently is listed at 69.99 USD on their website. As stated you'll spot it in the stores for give or take 59 USD. Here's a quick spec and features overview after which we'll immediately dive into the product showcase.
Corsair supplied Specs and PR:
Less work. More play. Build with the Carbide Series 200R and the only time you’ll need to pick up a screwdriver is to install the motherboard. The side panels and expansion slots use thumbscrews, and SSD, hard drive and optical drive installation are all tool-free. Cutouts for cable routing and CPU cooling make builds and upgrades neat and simple.
Carbide Series 200R is compact, but it’s designed to let you build high-performance systems with massive storage, extra graphics performance, and superior cooling and ventilation. You get seven PCI-E slots, and you can install up to four hard drives and four SSDs at once. Eight fan mounting points let you expand your cooling system to match your high-performance components.
The mid-tower form factor combines room for expandability and out-of-the-way exterior dimensions. USB 3.0, headphone and microphone ports are right up front, and the front intake dust filter helps keep the interior clean.
Smart ergonomics for easy, great-looking builds
Side panel thumbscrews
PCI-E expansion card thumbscrew mounts
Tool-free SSD, hard drive, and optical drive installation
Cutouts for cable routing and CPU cooling
Serious Expansion and Cooling Capacity
Seven PCI-E slots with thumbscrews and room for cards up to 430mm long (300mm with drive cage)
CPU coolers up to 160mm in height
Install up to four hard drives and four SSDs at once
Up to eight fan mounts (depending on hard drive configuration)
Front panel USB 3.0, headphone and microphone ports
Dust filters behind the front intake fan help keep the interior clean
Carbide Series 200R
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Two years
Dimension 16.9 x 8.3 x 19.6 inches, or 430mm x 210mm x 497mm (H x W x L)
Form Factor Mid-tower
Material Steel structure with molded ABS plastic accent pieces
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