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Jul 19, 12 at 8:01pm

For the price, I honestly don't mind the missing eSata. I like this case a lot. The extra money I'd probably shell out for Windows 7, I might just go with Linux and that money will go towards this case. LOVE IT!!!

Jul 19, 12 at 3:04pm

It's too bad it didn't have an eSATA on the front as well, that'd have been handy

Jul 18, 12 at 7:58pm

Wow, that's a beauty! Right now it's $70 on NCIX, and they're throwing a free fan and shipping on all Corsair cases. May just have to replace my current case...

Jul 18, 12 at 6:57pm

YES! This is the case I was looking at in Compusa I believe. This is one nice case. I like it. I might use this for my next build.

Jul 18, 12 at 5:08pm

The Carbide 300R is low in price, and bigger in space for your hardware components than it looks. Find out how much value is offered by Corsair's sub-$100 case for the mainstream user in our review:

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