Corsair Carbide 270R Review
Accessories wise, you get all the screws you're going to need as well as a slack handful of cable ties to help make keeping things tidy that little bit easier
The multi language instruction book is clear and concise, with well thought out diagrams showing how the various components of the case are accessed and utilised.
With the motherboard already in we thought we'd show you the case with the front panel removed. Sure as eggs is eggs, there's plenty of rad room to be had there. and with a front I/O that remains behind, you're not going to have to cope with threading cables though when you remove it.
The interior of the 270R provides for a nice tidy build, and although the cable management holes don't have rubber grommets, the effect is still pretty impressive.
Round the back there's plenty of cable space, even for this limited build. If you're mounting drives back here you might want to get some single cable SATA power extensions to make your life easier.