CORSAIR 4000D Tempered Glass Case Review

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The CORSAIR 4000D Tempered Glass ( CC-9011198-WW) is a nice case. I did not find a whole lot of issues with the case other than removing the side panels can be a bit difficult at times. There is a lot of cable management features inside the case to help hide unsightly cables, but the tempered glass side panel is rather dark to see inside. If you want to hot dog it, you’ll need to bring your own RGB bling. For $79.99 on Amazon it is a great deal. The white version is also $79.99.

Corsair 4000D Tempered Glass Side Angle

The Good

The CORSAIR 4000D Tempered Glass case is a minimalistic design. This keeps the cost down for what otherwise would be a most expensive case. You have plenty of room inside the case for all your hardware. Lots of cable management features for those who wish to keep things looking clean and simple. Cooling on the case is good enough for any combination of hardware you throw in it. The tempered glass side panel is huge. Easy to access the front panel buttons and easy to clean air filters.

The Bad

The front ports are a bit lacking with USB though. I like how new designs are utilizing the new USB-C port, but I don’t think it’s worth losing a USB Type-A port for the USB-C port. I don’t know of anyone who uses 5.25″ bays anymore, but this case doesn’t have any. The hard drive tray only has room for 2x 3.5″ drives. If you want more storage than what two spinner drives can supply you’ll want other options.

Final Thoughts

When I initially unboxed the CORSAIR 4000D, I was expecting it to hit the wallet a lot harder than it does. This is a great case for anyone building a gaming rig or just a nice office PC. CORSAIR produces both black and white versions of the case to help meet your décor needs. It has adequate cooling for your hardware and plenty of room for radiators or big air coolers. The huge tempered glass window shows off all the pretty hardware you install and begs for you to add in some RGB bling. The case fans are adequate enough for cooling almost any system setup with room to add additional fans if it gets toasty. Honestly, when I first saw this case I was for sure it would be over $100. For $79.99 it’s a steal and worth your hard earned dollars.

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Corsair 4000D Case

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