So the Carbide 300R can be found under the following SKU code: CC-9011014-WW and currently is listed at 89.99 USD on their website. Here's a quick spec and features overview after which we'll immediatekly dive into the product showcase.
Carbide Series 300R
Quick Start Guide
Three 5.25 drive bays
Four 3.5 hard drive bays with 2.5 compatibility
Seven expansion slots
Front I/O panel contains:
Two USB 3.0 connectors
3.5 headphone and microphone connector
Power and reset switches
Dimensions: 19.1 x 8.3 x 17.7
Supports graphics cards up to 450mm in length
Two 120mm/140mm top fan mount locations
Two side panel 120/140mm fan mount locations
Two front panel 120/140mm fan mount locations
Includes one front-mounted 140mm fan and one rear 120mm fan
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