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Cheapest Corsair Carbide 400C Price in Singapore is S$ 175.27

The Corsair Carbide 400C is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Corsair Carbide 400C price in Singapore is S$ 175.27 from Shopee. Corsair Carbide 400C price details are updated September 2020.

Corsair Carbide 400C Price Guide

Price List by Country for Corsair Carbide 400C

Country International Price Price in SGD
Indonesia IDR 1.596.000 S$ 147.00
Malaysia MYR 429.00 S$ 141.00
Singapore SGD 175.27 S$ 175.00
Thailand THB 2,890 S$ 125.00

Corsair Carbide 400C Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelCarbide 400C
DateNov 2015
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity2
Audio inputYes
Audio outputYes
Weight & dimensions
Width215 mm
Depth425 mm
Height464 mm
Weight8.2 kg
Supported HDD sizes2.5,3.5"
Form factorMidi Tower
Product colourBlack
Supported motherboard form factorsATX, EATX, micro ATX, Mini-ITX
Number of 3.5" bays2
Side windowYes
Number of 2.5" bays3
Number of expansion slots7
Built-in speaker(s)No
Reset buttonYes
Maximum CPU cooler height17 cm
Maximum graphics card length37 cm
Maximum PSU length20 cm
Power supply
Power supply includedNo
Power supply locationBottom

Reviews of Corsair Carbide 400C
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Corsair delivers elegant styling and desirable features in the highly affordable Carbide 400c Corsair's Carbide 600C case that I reviewed recently suffered from being rather big and having a slightly weird inverted layout. Neither of those points are an i...
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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 window
No 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 2016-04-05
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, Price
No 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 2016-03-09
Outstanding hinged door panel design, Attractive appearance, Solid build quality, Compact size for a midtower
Limited 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 2016-02-03
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 2016-02-16
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...
With a small case come a few sacrifices. After all, there is only so much room, so it is not surprising that the feature set is usually limited compared to larger cases. You won't likely find a ten slot hard drive rack or support for liquid cooling. It is...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-08
Usually, when Corsair offers up their chassis lineup, when the case is in the same series, and comes with a lesser number in the name, we tend to find much of the original design. That, however, is not what we find here. We are speaking of the Carbide Cle...
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