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Indonesia IDR 1,549,000
Malaysia MYR 509
Thailand THB 3,570

Corsair Carbide 330R Titanium Edition Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Not so long ago, you only had a handful of options if you were looking for a silent case. Luckily, things have changed in 2015. Hardware.Info tested no less than 20 silent cases for this review, and compared them to four of the classics. Which case stri...
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Reviewed on 2015-02-02
The Corsair Carbide 330R mid-tower case was introduced in mid-June 2013 as a low noise case with high cooling performance at an affordable price. It incorporates noise dampening material in the two side panels, removable top cover and front door as well a...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-20
Quiet fans, Internal silencing foam, Support for large aftermarket CPU coolers (175mm), Support for large, highend graphics cards (450mm), Toolless design, Builtin fan controllerNonmodular (3.25" bay), Fans can be heard on high fan setting
Today we take a look at Corsair's 330R Titanium Quiet Mid-Tower, which is the newest part in the Carbine series. Originally starting in 1994 as a memory company, Corsair has since expanded its reach into other markets. These markets include keyboards, mic...
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Reviewed on 2015-01-13
Clean styling with new Titaniumlook brushed aluminum front panel, Very good case cooling options with support for liquid cooling, One 140mm intake fan and one 120mm exhaust fan included, Threespeed fan controller included, Sound absorption material on top...No external hotswap 3.5” HDD bays, No side window option (for those who like to show off the internal bits)
Corsair's new Carbide Series 330R Titanium Edition case is an update to their popular 330R quiet mid-tower enclosure. The new 330R Titanium Edition features both cosmetic and functional changes with the addition of a Titanium-look brushed aluminum front p...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-29
3 speed fan controller, Good clean looks, Precision fit of parts, Silent Case, AIO 240 and 280 water radiator ready, Great clearance for air cooling solutionShows fingerprints, Only seven PCI slots, EPS CPU power wire access is in the back corner only, Little room for wires behind the motherboard tray
From Fremont, CA — November 18, 2014 — Corsair®, a US based global leader in high-performance PC hardware, introduced the newest of the Corsair Carbide Series™ very sheik and sleek, 330R “Titanium Edition”. The Titanium addition adds a little more sport a...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-30
Sleek and attractive exterior, Capable cooling performance, Keeps noise levels in check, Easy to build intoNo fan controller, Only four harddisk bays, Cable holes lack rubber grommets
Developing and manufacturing a PC chassis can be a costly process, so to make the most of the investment, existing frames are often given a makeover and repurposed as new solutions aimed at specific audiences. We've already seen Corsair repackage the Carb...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-22
Corsair's entry-level Carbide 330R goes silentThe latest in the Carbide series of PC cases from Corsair would be the 330R, also known as hero. The new model is aimed at a more audiophile tense segment as it has sound dampening materials all over the place...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-18
We reviewed the 300R back in March of 2012. Back then it was priced at £58 and seen as something of a deviation for Corsair to release what was essentially a budget case. We're guessing Corsair's decision must have paid off as winding the clock forwa...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-12
Plenty of room for large, powerful hardware, Elegant and subtle appearance, Decent noise insulation, Good cooling potential lots of fan mounts, Supports up to EATX motherboards, Generally good cable routing options,
Continuing the expansion of its chassis range, Corsair has added a low-noise option to its Carbide series. Can the Corsair Carbide 330R quiet case prove that it can compete in a tough market?Using thick noise-insulating foam padding on many of its i...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-09
Solid construction and excellent build quality inside and out, 240/280mm radiator support (radiators under 30mm thick) in either push or pull configuration, Serviceable dust filters for all default intake areas, Noise dampening material on the top, front...Very few cable management loops at the back of motherboard tray for cable ties, Short front panel audio cable, Top cover cannot be used when using 2x 140mm fan or 280mm radiator
Noise dampening is important when it comes to quiet case designs. While some manufacturers opt for simple foam pads and lower-voltage fans, there are those who are more mindful of the craft and match high-build quality with designs and features that contr...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-25
Having fleshed out their case lineup from top to bottom, Corsair is starting to show some of that old experimental spirit again. The Obsidian 350D turned out to be one of the best micro-ATX cases I've ever tested, and the Carbide Air 540 will actually be ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-07
As cases that focus on reducing noise tend to do, the Corsair Carbide 330R has a very minimalist design, opting for the 'less is more' approach in a similar vein to Fractal Design with its Define R4 chassis. In fact, these two cases are almost identically...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-01
Clean looking, Great dampening, Durable, Well equippedMore storage space would be nice, eTeknix says:
We're big fans of the Corsair Carbide series here at eTeknix, from the products we've seen in the range so far it seems that Corsair cannot put a foot wrong and their design team seem to be at the top of their game, producing one excellent product after a...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-30
Building a PC comes with a lot of questions to ask particularly if you are building it for somebody else. Being former system builder, I was exposed to all sorts of computer users with different preferences. There is a long list of them beginning with cau...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-17
inc VAT) (ex Tax)As well as the excellent , Corsair also showcased a chassis with a more traditional layout at , namely the Carbide 330R. While it's based loosely on the , the 330R has a much more minimalist design, and hand in hand with that com...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-14
Professional styling, Well executed features, Good quality noise damping material + lots of it, Whisper quiet, Good clearance options, Reasonably pricedNo cable management grommets, No anti-vibration rubber padding for PSU
£75 (At time of review)Last month Corsair announced two new cases to join their price conscious Carbide series. At the end of June we reviewed the Air 540 so today we turn to the sibling of the budget oriented 300R – 330R. 330R is a mid-tower computer...
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