- Packaging and Specifications
- External Impressions
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Installation Experience
- Comparison with 400R and Conclusion
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Corsair has been going strong with their cases one after the another, although it’s been a while since they have put up a full tower case after the 800D.
What does a gamer want at the end of the day? A good mid-ATX case with an ability to install fans on the side panel, top panel with 140/120mm fan on the top and the rear- with dust filters and good space to mount long cards and space behind the motherboard panel. Some did it right, some had some room for improvement- some were very bad but cases are pretty good but it’s not usually considered because of a variety of choices that you get. These cases come in the price margin between Rs. 4,000 to Rs. 5,500- somewhere around under $100 to $150.
What other features can manufacturers afford to put in such cases- or is the only thing left to do as of now is simply to reduce prices of such cases with such features? 300R is another case- and after reviewing 400R and 500R, its time to find out if this case should be considered for purchase?