Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance PC hardware, today announced the launch of Carbide Series 88R MicroATX Mid-Tower Case in India. Characterized by aggressive styling, modern features, superior air cooling and expandability, it offers everything builders need from a MicroATX chassis.
M A Mannan Country Manager at Corsair Memory India said, “Cabinets always add character and attitude to any rigs. Carbide Series 88R MicroATX Mid-Tower Case is specially designed solution for PC builders who want to pack a lot of performance in a smaller form factor. By this unique design 88R meets every need of one to create and showcase a remarkably clean and effortless enclosure with a no-nonsense exterior and plenty of room inside for numerous components. It is professional enough for office and customizable enough for any home PC build.”
- Elegant, modern design
- Front support for a 240mm radiator
- USB 3.0
- Direct airflow to top GPU (via an included front intake fan?)
- Mounting points for up to five fans
- One 120mm rear exhaust fan
- Tool-free 3.5″ and 5.25″ drive bays with 2.5″ SSD support
- Thumbscrew side panels
- Flush mounted side panel window
- Cable routing channels and holes
- Modern internal layout
With one pre-installed 120mm rear exhaust fan Corsair Carbide 88R offers builders to install two 120-mm fans or a 240-mm radiator in front, two 120-mm fans on top panel. It supports both MicroATX and mini ITX motherboards and has plenty of interior space for liquid CPU cooling, one 5.25 drive, dual 3.5 hard drives, dual 2.5 SSDs and full sized graphics cards. The front panel provides convenient access to USB 3.0 and audio connectors. 88R also include full-view window which reveals the interiors and make any build seamless and beautiful. It gives users the ability to build the highest performing systems while remaining silent.
Price, Warranty and Availability
Carbide Series 88R Micro ATX Mid-Tower Case comes with the MRP of Rs. 4299/- and the product is available ex-stock with Corsair carrying a warranty of 2 years.
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