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Best price for Corsair Carbide 400C in Singapore is S$ 162.00

You can buy the Corsair Carbide 400C at the lowest price of S$ 162.00 from Lazada which is 0% cheaper than the Corsair Carbide 400C that is sold by Shopee at the price of S$ 162.00. Alternatively, the Corsair Carbide 400C is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of S$ 132.00 and Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of S$ 124.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of S$ 395.00 and Philippines at Galleon with the price of S$ 538.00 and Thailand at Lazada with the price of S$ 154.00. Pricing details were last updated at 18 April 2018, 18:12.

Corsair Carbide 400C Price by Country

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 785.00 SGD 132.00
Indonesia IDR 1.300.000 SGD 124.00
Malaysia MYR 1,170.90 SGD 395.00
Philippines PHP 21,327.00 SGD 538.00
Singapore SGD 162.00 SGD 162.00
Thailand THB 3,660 SGD 154.00

Corsair Carbide 400C Specs

Corsair Carbide 400C Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelCarbide 400C
DateNov 2015
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity2
Audio input
Audio output
Weight & dimensions
Width215 mm
Depth425 mm
Height464 mm
Weight8.2 kg
Supported hard disk drive sizes2.5,3.5"
Form factorMidi-Tower
Number of 3.5" bays2
Supported motherboard form factorsATX,EATX,Micro-ATX,Mini-ITX
Colour of productBlack
Side window
Number of 2.5" bays3
Built-in speaker(s)
Number of expansion slots7
Maximum CPU cooler height17 cm
Maximum graphics card length37 cm
Maximum PSU length20 cm
Power supply
Power supply included
Power supply locationBottom

Corsair Carbide 400C Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2016-11-12
This is my thoughts and build impressions of the Corsair 400C. Since I wasn't able to film it for a proper case review, I thought I'd give you my thoughts and a few tips and suggestions if you buy one to help you out! Want one? Amazon: Che...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-13
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Reviewed on 2016-08-08
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Reviewed on 2016-05-31
Classy style, Compact design, but still supports up to E-ATX motherboards, Multiple dust filters, Large side-panel windowNo optical drive or fan-controller bays
The Corsair Carbide Clear 400C ($99.99) case makes a statement about the need for 5.25-inch drive bays in 2016, completely eliminating them in favor of a flush front panel and ports located on the top of the system. If you need an optical drive, or have o...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-12
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Reviewed on 2016-04-08
Recently Corsair released two new cases in their Carbide series, namely the 400C and the 400Q. The C and Q stand for 'cool' and 'quiet' respectively. We had already reviewed the 600Q, another case from the Carbide series, on our Dutch site, and it hones...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-08
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Reviewed on 2016-04-05
Compact size, Room inside for long graphics cards and water cooling, Clear side panel, Tool-less installation for both SSDs and HDDs, Easy to open side panel, PriceNo instructions for removing the PSU cover, PSU cover and SSD mount made of plastic
Back in December we took a look at Corsair's Carbide 600Q case . This larger case was one of the first Corsair had launched in a very long time. Corsair offered it in the “Q” (quiet) version, which we reviewed, and a “C” (clear) version that had an awesom...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-04
Classy styling, Compact footprint, while supporting up to E-ATX motherboards, Side-panel door with large window, Multiple dust filters keep interior cleanFront panel tricky to remove, Plastic shrouds feel chintzy, No optical drive/fan-controller bays, Scant room behind motherboard tray, side panel
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Reviewed on 2016-03-09
Outstanding hinged door panel design, Attractive appearance, Solid build quality, Compact size for a midtowerLimited clearance behind motherboard for cable management, HDD mount can interfere with a longer PSU
With the Carbide 600 series Corsair introduced a new full-tower enclosure with an understated style, and some very nice features. The matching 400 series offer a slightly smaller version of these enclosures, with a few changes. These new Carbide 600 and 4...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-17
Huge window makes for an impressive view, A piece of cake to install within, Flexible enough to allow installation of an EATX motherboard, which is surprising given its compact size, Even more surprisingly will allow installation of radiators of up to 360...Could do with a little extra space behind the motherboard tray for cable management, Although the case offers plenty of water cooling potential, it does seem to be more geared towards AIO coolers with no dedicated pump mounting area for a custom loop, Ok,...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-16
Back in December we reviewed the Corsair Carbide 600C, which took a stab at innovation with its inverted design. While that choice was divisive, many of you praised the exterior looks of the case and wondered about a version with a standard layout. Now we...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-11
Stylish, compact design, Large, clear side window / hinged door, Great air flow, Support for up to a 360mm front and 240mm top radiator, Full steel exterior panels, Great cable management and space, Toolless drive bays, Support for long GPUs (up to 370mm)...None well, there are no optical drive bays, but I'll let that one sneak by...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-03
Teased at CES 2016, Corsair's 400C ($90) enclosure swiftly followed the chart-topping 600C, a case that dominated our GPU cooling charts. The 600C and 600Q cases instituted an inverted motherboard layout – rotating and flipping board installation such tha...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-08
After the Carbide 600, Corsair is already back with yet more new Carbide Series cases. The 400C is a spacious mid-tower which allows the assembly of high-end and custom watercooling rigs. Like its big brother - the 600C - this case also features a mid-pla...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-07
If we had one complaint about Corsair's cases of recent years, it would be that they were a bit bland. They were otherwise good for aircooled systems and usually offered excellent watercooling support too. Likewise, they usually offered all the features...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-06
Compact for a mid-tower solution, Full-size window gives a great view, Side door provides easy access, Cables can be kept very tidy, Space for a large 360mm radiatorOught to be quieter, Front filter awkward to get at, Not a lot of room behind mobo tray
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