Corsair Carbide 200R review -
To the lower right you can see that you'll get 7 PCI slots to play around with so in theory you can house up-to three graphics cards in here,. But theres room for seven PCI-E cards. I measured and graphics cards can even be up to 320mm in length before you bump into the drive bays.
You secure the graphics cards or other cards with a thumbscrew. At the top side we can see one 120mm fan, it is included and installed for you already. There is decent space on the backside to route all cabling through. We'll show you that in a bit.
Mounting a HDD could not be easier, the drive bay bracket has been updated from the previous models. Simply slide it in and secure it, have a look at the following photo:
You slide in the HDD and secure it with the clip, align the pin with the HDD and boom, locked. The downside, no rubber inserts/protections so this solution could resonate a little more.
Located at the upper front of the HDD bay you'll spot one front-mounted fan. Good top note is that on top of the bay there';s a bracket for SSD units, you slide in 2.5" SSDs or HDDS connect them and your good to go. So in theory the chassis can house four HDDs and four SSDs, not bad for this price range eh ?
At the bottom side we can see the mounting area for the PSU, underneath it a ventilation mesh, which has dust protection with the help of a simple filter. The PSU ventilation mesh and dust filter is removable and thus easy to clean out. And zooming in at the bottom here a little, we see that the chassis rests on rubber inserts, this prevents resonating noises coming from the PC, and makes your chassis more silent. It's all very decent really.
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