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Corsair launches Carbide 400Q and 400C PC cases in India.

India, Jan. 25 -- PC accessories and component manufacturer Corsair has launched two new PC cases under its Carbide range in India. The company has launched the Carbide 400Q and 400C at Rs. 8.999 and Rs. 8,899 respectively. The Carbide 400Q is the quiet variant lined with sound damping material and the 400C is the clear variant with a clear side window. Both PC cases are mid-towers and support upto ATX motherboards. The cabinets are capable of handling liquid cooling and can fit upto a 360mm radiator in the front. Both Carbide 400Q and 400C will offer two fans, one 140mm on the front as intake and a 120mm fan at the back. The hard drives and the power supply unit have a separate shrouded compartment at the bottom. Both PC cases come with a 2 year warranty.

Read the full press release below

Corsair, a world leader in enthusiast PC hardware and components, today announced release of the new Corsair Carbide 400Q and Carbide 400C high-performance PC cases. These cases are engineered to pack performance and expandability into exquisitely compact mid-tower case designs. 400C puts PC's components on display through a stunning full size windowed side panel, while the 400Q features an interior lined with sound-damping material to minimize noise.

The Carbide Series 400Q and 400C

The Carbide Quiet 400Q and Carbide Clear 400C are easy to build in, easy to clean and liquid cooling capable chassis. Tool-free drive installation, easy-access side-panels and tons of cable routing options mean a PC enthusiasts can spend less time building a PC and more time using it. Dust filters are easily accessible to minimize the cleaning time. 3.5"

bay covers, two modular and refined PSU makes it easy to conceal cables and drives. Both cabinets feature room for up to a 360mm radiator in front, a 240mm radiator on top and a 120mm radiator in the rear. Direct Airflow technology directs air to the hottest components from two included Corsair AF series fans (1 x AF140L intake, 1 x AF120L exhaust). Despite their compact mid-tower dimensions, these cabinets can house a full ATX motherboard and multiple GPUs if expansion is desired, making them as capable as they are beautiful.

M A Mannan, Country Manager at Corsair said, "We have been marketing the Carbide series for years now, improving as they evolve, pressing out the bugs and making variants to cater to all form factors and budgets. Despite its premium looks and rich features, these new models are the absolute entry to the range with the incredible and affordable price tag. 400Q and 400C case affords an excellent balance of any gamers needs."

Carbide Quiet 400Q

With its multi-layer, sound-damping panels and streamlined interior, the Carbide 400Q is a compact and quiet ATX case. Sound-damping material placed on the front panel, side panels and top panel minimizes even the noisiest internal components.

Carbide Clear 400C

The Carbide 400C packs high performance into a clear and compact case design. A gorgeous full side panel window provides an unobstructed view into the case, which is ideal to show off your PC's components. The all-steel exterior front and top panels complement the design with clean, modern lines.

Price, warranty and availability

Carbide Series 400Q comes with the MRP of Rs. 8,999/- and the product is available by first week of February 2016 with Corsair carrying a warranty of 2 year.

Carbide Series 400C comes with the MRP of Rs. 8,899/- and the product is available by end of March 2016 with Corsair carrying a warranty of 2 year.

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