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Corsair - Carbide 400C ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.3 Average / 61 Ratings )





Carbide 400C

Part #





ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, EATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

370 mm / 14.567"

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Paradigit €89.00 +FREE s/h €89.00
Alternate Belgium €89.90 +€4.95 s/h In stock €94.85
Bytes At Work €97.00 +€6.95 s/h €103.95

Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


joaocmfcm 27 points 38 months ago
from completed build Kahm Tench

The case is a beauty to look at, but it's completely a struggle to work on. Everything is very tight, and not much of room for freedom in cable management. The mobo is very much covered by the H100 which makes it very difficult to plug/unplug stuff in the top side of the case (CPU power, case fans, CPU fan etc.). The back of the case is very tight too, and HDD rack does not leave you with the greatest space for SATA and power cables. When you take your time to make everything neat and tight you have a great looking case with great airflow.

EmoryLeaddis 314 points 35 months ago
from completed build Rainbow Meme Machine BETA

This is such a sexy case. I don't really know what else to say. I open and close the side panel like 4 times a day just because I can. The power shroud is awesome looking, the grommets are really nice and it's over all minimalist look is so good. it looks so elegant. I love it so much well worth every cent. The only thing I could fault might be the SSD bays at the back getting in the way a bit, but that could be my own fault because I am terrible at cable management

frank_hnd 27 points 35 months ago
from completed build Scarlet Fox

I love the case, compared to the previous cases this is heaven, I'm guessing for people looking for huge builds this might be too small. I was looking for a compact build without CD-rom and this has been perfect so far. the back door is a breeze to put back on even with messy cables.

the fan layout possbilities are very good and the only thing I would change is the mechanism to take out the front panel to clean the dust filter.

djgrahamj 28 points 35 months ago
from completed build VR Hackintosh

I can't say enough good things about this case! Slide-in SSD bays, covered PSU and HDD bays, rear cable management, air filters everywhere, beautiful understated design; I'd choose it again in a second.

AmatisP1me 25 points 34 months ago
from completed build Black Pearl

This is a tough one. You really are paying for aesthetics in this case, not build easement. I wish there were more cut outs for PSU headers to go through besides the three grommets. The back panel was a bit tricky with all of the cables. I ended up taking out the hard drive cage (which is a great feature) and just stuffing cables in there to make sure there was clearance for my back panel. This case loses 2 stars for its TERRIBLE FRONT PANNEL. IT IS AWFUL TO TAKE OFF. The instructions, again, are super unhelpful. They just say to gently but firmly pull it away from the Chasis... BS. There is a bunch of little grommets inside that you have to push away. You feel like you are going to break the plastic!... What I am trying to say is I'm not taking out my radiator for a few years. You are paying for aesthetics with this case, not as much functionality. The shroud makes everything look really clean, and my black cabling fades into the case so you really only see the core components through the large window (which is really beautiful). You have to look pretty hard to see that extra cabling. I love how it looks, I just wish it was a BIT easier to build in.

z32Rome 9 points 33 months ago

Love this case, It's small with a huge window. the only issue I have is how easily the window scratches.

Easy to build in, cable management isn't the best unless you remove the SSD tray.

amack93 33 points 33 months ago

Beautiful case! Very good cable management. I like the fact that it allows for 120mm or 140mm fans in almost all of the mounting locations for case fans. Wish the window was glass but that would obviously just raise the price more. I wouldn't mind if it was a tad bit smaller but I think the size of the case is really good for someone who just wants a "medium" sized PC build.

Zehkari 31 points 32 months ago
from completed build Winter's Bite.

Brilliant looking case. Simple with good air flow. The windowed hinged door is the don.

bunionboy 22 points 31 months ago
from completed build First Build

This case looked so nice, and I love that side window it is so easy to open and close and looks great. I had some trouble finding a good way for the cables to get to the bottom of the board, but I am sure there is a better way to route them than what I did.

bmccarthy8989 35 points 31 months ago
from completed build Little Bro

Corsairs version of the NZXT S340. Great case design. Cable management was a little more difficult in this case. Especially when using cable extensions.