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    Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    A versatile but pricey mid-tower chassis.
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    Re: Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    Looks like a lot of good features mixed in with a lot of bad ones.
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    Re: Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    Love the fact it's got a 5.25 slot but hate that price, that isn't mid range at all!

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    Re: Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    I still use a 5.25 slot and for me it's still a requirement. But then again I remember when you could get a case from Ebuyer from £30 with a crappy psu, not the crazy prices they want to charge for cases these days.

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    Re: Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    not a good case this one from corsair quite a few bad review around and price is to much
    common corsair u can u better....

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    Re: Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    I'm shocked that it is £180 - it isn't worth anywhere near that! It seems a nice enough looking case, but airflow is not the best, and really it looks like a product that should be occupying the sub £100 price point.

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    Re: Corsair Carbide Series 678C

    I would argue its best competition is the Fractal Design R6, and for the higher cost it does beat that case in all of the tested metrics, but not by much.
    This is too expensive.

    Quote Originally Posted by =assassin= View Post
    I'm shocked that it is £180 - it isn't worth anywhere near that! It seems a nice enough looking case, but airflow is not the best, and really it looks like a product that should be occupying the sub £100 price point.
    Consequence of a silence orientated case.
    The way to achieve that is with dampening and limited airflow.
    Whilst airflow cases aim for lots of airflow and low speed on the fans to achieve the same, which may not be quite as quiet does come pretty close.

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