Corsair Carbide 200R review -
Here we can see all the upper storage unit bays a little better. You'll get three 5.25 drive bays and four 3.5 hard drive bays and four 2.5" bays at your disposal. The 5.25 optical units you again just slide in and secure them with a clip.
So above the backside, there is space for cable routing, not heaps though. A bit of a miss though is that the grommet holes do not have rubber inlays to cover up wiring. So again, decent space, not huge but definitely manageable.
One more photo of the inside, I like the design very much, simple yet aesthetically pleasing. For 59 USD this simply is a very well though through product not that much missing out on premium features.
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