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Poll Results: Which version of the case do you have?

 
  • 41% (64)
    300R standard edition (without window)
  • 58% (89)
    300R Windowed version
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post #721 of 811


Now with black/green sleeve. I'm kinda sad about the space in the 300R and think about switching to a Define R5...
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Now with black/green sleeve. I'm kinda sad about the space in the 300R and think about switching to a Define R5...

You want more space?, from what I see is enough for your components.
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post #723 of 811
Maybe I just want something new to look at.
I wanted to fit in a AiO Cooler but the Rad doesn't fit with the fans. I could drill out the cage but I don't feel like doing so.

From what i saw, i got excited about the R5 and also the BeQuiet Silent Base 800.
post #724 of 811
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Here's my rig based on Carbide 300R smile.gif





How did you fit in the H100i? Could you make some pictures of where you drilled and how it sits with the Ram slots ?
post #725 of 811
Hey guys so I've finished my loop and leak tested for around 30 mins... kinda rushed off to get some glam shots:
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the front panel's gonna get reworked soon

Thanks for for having a look!
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Hey guys so I've finished my loop and leak tested for around 30 mins... kinda rushed off to get some glam shots:
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the front panel's gonna get reworked soon

Thanks for for having a look!


i love this build! I'm jelly
post #727 of 811
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i love this build! I'm jelly

Thanks! Nah dont be yours is very clean 👌
post #728 of 811
I'm about to pull the trigger on a 300r windowed case but one thing ahs me slightly concerned; and that is the front air filter is not removable. Is cleaning it easy enough? I know the whole front plate has to be taken off to do this. What concerns me more is that it's not REPLACEABLE. Or at least it doesn't seem like it is... but then I found this: http://www.demcifilter.com/p0391/Corsair-Carbide-300R-Front-Dust-Filter.aspx

So does that mean it is changeable? I'm confused. Please advise. Thanks!
post #729 of 811
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Originally Posted by uacGALACTIC View Post

I'm about to pull the trigger on a 300r windowed case but one thing ahs me slightly concerned; and that is the front air filter is not removable. Is cleaning it easy enough? I know the whole front plate has to be taken off to do this. What concerns me more is that it's not REPLACEABLE. Or at least it doesn't seem like it is... but then I found this: http://www.demcifilter.com/p0391/Corsair-Carbide-300R-Front-Dust-Filter.aspx

So does that mean it is changeable? I'm confused. Please advise. Thanks!

What you found is a magnetic add-on filter that can hold itself on the front metallic mesh.

The front filter does not get removed easily, but maybe there isn't need to, because you can take all the dust in it with a vacuum cleaner without even removing the front panel.
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post #730 of 811
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What you found is a magnetic add-on filter that can hold itself on the front metallic mesh.

The front filter does not get removed easily, but maybe there isn't need to, because you can take all the dust in it with a vacuum cleaner without even removing the front panel.

Ah ok. I figured there had to be a catch. Thanks
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