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- Great for airflow
- Front filter is flimsy
- No cable management behind motherboard tray
- Good for water cooling
- Looks good
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Great Case, one huge irritation though
I put this as a one star for those who are on the fence and look at the lower reviews. This is a great case. The side panels are held in in a way that you don't even really need the screws. Plenty of room inside the case and behind it for cable management. Only tools you need are a screwdriver for t...
Corsair 4000D Airflow pros and cons - the good, the bad and the beautiful
It's actually a reasonably easy to build into if you take away the niggles with the hard disk drive bay and that front radiator space, but otherwise it's a great looking machine now talking about the airflow you'll be interested to see potentially what went on here. Obviously, this is going to vary depending on your setup, but for me it did really well and i ran with folding at home all day long with cpu maxed out 100 and it got around 70 degrees, so it wasn't too hot. It ran pretty well for that and resulted in a good airflow and a good result
Corsair 4000D Airflow Review
Featuring a front panel covered in triangle perforations, Corsair's 4000D Airflow PC case has a distinctive-looking face and delivers what it promises: ample, well, airflow to keep your PC components cool under pressure. Priced at a low $79.99 with a tempered-glass side panel, it's far from the most...
Filter gets sucked in by fan and makes noise
The media could not be loaded. The front filter is real flimsy. The front filter actually gets sucked in by the fan and makes this noise. Also the case cable broke off when trying to install the sdd in the front, there is two spaces for the sdd tray but this case can only fit in one, tried squeezing...
Amazing airflow along with a stellar look!
My previous case was the NZXT H510, there was nothing wrong with it, but I wanted a different look and better airflow. This case has it all. The feel of the case is smooth with little to no imperfections. The accent colors are nice and match my overall build. Airflow has been a huge bonus on this ri...
Got myself a RTX 3080 but what case should I get ? Help me out 🙏🏼
Lian-li lancool 2 mesh performance or rgb version, lancool 215, be quiet pure base 500dx, phanteks p400a rgb, fractal design meshify 2 or c, p500a rgb, corsair 4000d airflow are some good ones. You might want to get some aditional fans, and for those i can personally recommend the arctic p12 pwm pst 5 pack. They are really good, quiet fans that are black.
Plenty of room. Great airflow
First of all i love this thing. Its great! Upgraded from a Fractal Design Meshify C. My main problem with the Meshify C was that i wasnt able to fit my corsair aio because the corsair vengence rgb stuck out too much. Its was a good starting case but it was too small to go big. I see a couple ads for...
[Prebuilt] CyberPowerPC | Ryzen 5 3600 | 16 GB DDR4 3200 | RTX 3070 | 1TB NVMe SSD | $1399 | Code: NORUSH
I can definitely wait, I’m not in a rush. If so, what components do you guys recommend changing?. Edit: I canceled the BB CyberPower 3070 and got the CyberPower 3070 linked here for about $40 more than the BB one, but with a better CPU cooler, Corsair 4000d Airflow case, and better PSU. Gonna have to wait a couple more weeks to receive this but I can wait and think it’s worth it.
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