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any word on air-flow...?
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any word on air-flow...?
It's good given the stock fans. Check AT review.
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much appreciated.. smile.gif
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It's good given the stock fans. Check AT review.

It can also be upgraded with dual 140mms in the front.

Here's a test shot we took that shows them right behind the dust filter with the front aluminum plate removed.

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CorsairGeorge - I just got the 200R a few months ago and really like it.
but this is a level-up it seems and now has me thinking upgrade and pass my 200R on down..

thanks.. mad.gif
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It can also be upgraded with dual 140mms in the front.

Here's a test shot we took that shows them right behind the dust filter with the front aluminum plate removed.


any idea when it will be available for sale in the US?
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any idea when it will be available for sale in the US?

Very soon. Containers should hit the docks within a week or two.
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any idea when it will be available for sale in the US?

Very soon. Containers should hit the docks within a week or two.
compare it to my 200R please, in your own words.
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compare it to my 200R please, in your own words.

They are similar in height but the 350D is less deep, front to back.

The 350D has a more rugged "feel" to it due to the aluminum front panel and has better cooling. The 200R is a budget Mid ATX tower, the 350D is a high-end performance Micro ATX tower. The 350D has more usable room to work inside once you've installed the motherboard seeing as how you have a smaller board in a similar internal volume. The 350D fits many less drives and cable routing is a bit easier for the 2.5" drives since they don't stick out towards the GPUs. Also, the top has extra clearance for an H100 style cooler on the 350D, which is not there on the 200R. The front SSD cage can be removed completely without tools (it snaps into place easily) with the 350D, while the 3.5" drive cage can be removed with four philips-head screws, and the front is pre-drilled for a 240mm radiator or two 120mm/140mm fans. The 200R is not, and the front cage, if removed, would still require significant modding to fit a front radiator.

All in all the 350D is pretty much like a mini 650D with the new 900D design externally. There are many similarities in layout to the 650D and it really goes together almost exactly like the 650D does, save for the 200mm fan mounts.
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Very soon. Containers should hit the docks within a week or two.

in the test system you built did it run fairly cool/quiet?

seems like it would with the 2x140's and the 3x120's
Edited by iceman595 - 5/1/13 at 11:18am
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