As I would expect with a Carbide chassis, the brown box with black printing is something which we have seen before. Corsair gives you a drawing of the chassis inside with a description of what the Carbide series is on the right.
Spinning the box around to the left, the right side panel offers multiple specifications charts and a rendering of the front and inside of the 300R.
On the back panel Corsair gives you a drawing of the 300R in and exploded view. This shows off all of the interior and exterior components that can be removed with letters in the image to go along with the multi-lingual descriptions at the bottom.
The left side of the box offers exactly what the right side showed us. The big difference between the sides is the languages the specifications charts cover. Both sides offer a total of six languages, as does the back panel.
Inside of the cardboard box you will find the 300R surrounded in a thin plastic liner with thick Styrofoam caps to center and secure the chassis in delivery. I have to say that FedEx did a real bang up job on this packaging. When I got the case the box was torn open at the top. Immediately opening it there was a sigh of relief to see that the inner packaging had done its job and even though FedEx tried, they couldn't damage my Carbide 300R.
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