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Corsair Carbide 275R Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis Review (Page 6)

By Chad Sebring from Apr 13, 2018 @ 22:00 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 92%Manufacturer: Corsair

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Found inside of a box which is shipped in the HDD cage, we pulled out five bags of hardware. There is a bag with eight long fan screws, followed by a bag with the motherboard, PSU and GPU screws, and another with M3 screws for 2.5" drives. In the bottom row, we are looking at eight standard fan screws, and the last bag has a standoff if you do not like using the helper stud already installed.


Corsair wants to help with wire management, and doing so has provided us with six zip strips. While this may not cover all of your wire tending needs, it does provide enough to get the chassis wiring strapped down. We also added in the Allen key. It is used only for door removal and replacement, but is something you will want to keep close to the chassis and handy for later.


The manual on the left covers what you should find inside of the box, and a chart showing what the hardware is intended to be used with. It continues with a basic build assembly instruction which will get most users by without much to question. All Carbide cases offer a two-year warranty, but there is a special set of rules for Australian customers.

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