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Corsair Carbide Air 240 Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
ModelCarbide Air 240
DateJul 2014
Ports & interfaces
USB 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) Type-A ports quantity2
Audio input
Audio output
Weight & dimensions
Width260 mm
Depth397 mm
Height320 mm
Weight5.6 kg
Supported hard disk drive sizes2.5,3.5"
Form factorCube
Number of 3.5" bays3
Supported motherboard form factorsMicro-ATX,Mini-ITX
Colour of productWhite
Side window
Number of 2.5" bays3
Number of internal 3.5" bays3
Illumination locationSide
Illumination colourBlue
Number of expansion slots4
Maximum CPU cooler height12 cm
Maximum graphics card length29 cm
Maximum PSU length22.5 cm
Power supply
Power supply included

Corsair Carbide Air 240 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-05-22
Plenty of space, Compact and Light-weight, 3 x 120mm fasns included, Cable management slots, Fits both micro-ATX and mini-ITX motherboards, Fits 240mm radiator for watercoolingTop, bottom and side panels are made of plastic, Apart from the above… nothing else, Final Thoughts, Micro-ATX chassis are not your everyday purchase, however if you're a modder, enthusiast or high-end power user, and you want to go for a micro-ATX chas...
Thanks to Corsair, we'll be taking a quick look at the Carbide Air 240 Micro-ATX chassis (Arctic White Edition). This chassis will be used as part of our PC project build for 2017 – A Corsair sponsored build.Full size ATX chassis or midi towers are great...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-09
Tool-less expansion slot system, Easy HDD installation, External magnetic fan filter for PSU, Feet come included as optional extra, orientation very modular, Rigid construction, Quality grommets, Very large side window, Satisfying power and reset buttons,...No room in the roof for fans and a radiator, CPU power cutout missing from HDD cage
Today we're taking a look at the Corsair Carbide Series Air 240. A compact PC case made for flexibility in cooling. Capable of housing either a Micro-ATX, or Mini-ITX motherboard, and following the tradition of the ‘Carbide Air' cases with split compartme...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-05
Corsair's Carbide Series Air 240 case put in a good showing in my full-length review. I liked its relatively spacious interior, its dual-chamber cooling design, and its quiet demeanor, all of which come at a reasonable price of $90.One thing I didn't get ...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-17
What is a cube? The answer to this question is surprisingly complicated. The Wikipedia article on cubes begins with a fairly intuitive definition, but it quickly branches into levels of complexity that my feeble brain isn't quite built to navigate.I jumpe...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-16
Last year Corsair entered the high airflow case market with the Carbide Air 540, a sizeable cube of a case that was composed of two major segments, designed to split up the internal components of a PC and maximise airflow. The Air 240 can be considered th...
Reviewed on 2014-10-07
Attractive design, Excellent build quality, Three AF120L fans included, Modular all panels can be detached, Easy to install kit, Toolfree design throughout, Variety of locations for 240mm radiators, Cable management is easy to arrangeQuite an open design noisy, CPU cooler height limitation of 120130mm
Last year Corsair introduced a new case within their Carbide series and it's fair to say this new offering was a great success for them Fast forward some six months and they are back again with yet another new addition to the family, the smaller brother t...
Reviewed on 2014-10-01
Corsair labels this Carbide Series® 240 Air as a High airflow MicroATX and MiniITX case, designed for maximum cooling. Nothing wrong with being enthusiastic as its bigger brother the Carbide Series® 540 Air was one of the best air cooled enclosures that w...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-29
Founded in 1994, Corsair quickly became known for their award winning memory and flash drives. Over the years, they slowly entered other computer peripheral markets such as keyboards, headphones, mice and cases. Each time they showed their strength in kno...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-29
Near-midtower capacity in an SFF design. Six tool-less drive bays. Excellent cable-management. Large side window. Excellent ventilation.Poor machining on some thumbscrew holes. Questionable sideways orientation design. Not enough room for two cooling radiators and two graphics cards simultaneously
Traditionally, gamers have had to make a choice between compactness and expansion room. The Corsair Carbide Air 240 ($89.99) gives you both. This PC case is seemingly small, but with a minitower's worth of room inside the chassis for multiple graphics car...
Reviewed on 2014-09-06
Thinking back to when we first laid our eyes on the Carbide Series Air 540, we knew Corsair was onto something good. There was just so much to like in that chassis. The main feature of Air 540 design was the dual chambered layout. This layout allowed the ...
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Reviewed on 2014-09-05
Six tool-less drive bays, Excellent cable-management features, Near-midtower capacity in a cube design, Jumbo side windowPoor machining on some thumbscrew holes, Questionable sideways orientation design, Promotion of two-radiator capability when only one is practical
But when it comes to feature and performance expansion—the tangible benefits of a system chassis—the needs and priorities of 20 years ago have definitely changed. Shuttle, with its small-form-factor (SFF) XPC line, was the first to recognize and promote t...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-25
In the late 1800s, the first hearing aid was handheld and the batteries were large enough to fill a small purse, but today we have digital hearing aids that are nearly invisible. Back in the 70′s, Motorola developed the “brick” mobile phone, but today we ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-21
Corsair is a company originally known for their quality RAM modules, but they have expanded into many other areas of the PC market. Today, Corsair is one of the most important players in the computer hardware market, with the company offering dozens of pr...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-21
Ever since its first product seminar in Malaysia, we've been seeing a fair share of gaming-centric hardware from Corsair, such as the Carbide Spec series , Cherry MX RGB keyboards, RM series PSUs, and more. Some recent examples include a PSU that is capab...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Today we review a new chassis from Corsair, the Corsair Carbide Air 240. Based on the popular success of the 540, this is a small mini ITX form factor chassis that will house the smallest, but also the biggest stuff inside your computer. A high-end graphi...
Reviewed on 2014-08-15
The far side panel sports a large magnetic dust filter that slots neatly into a recess that hides the side fan slots. It's a little loose, though, despite the powerful magnets, so you'll want to secure this if you're moving the case around else it may ge...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Dual chamber design separates the hot components from power supply and data drives, Low price, Large window, Quick and easy to remove side, top, front and bottom panelsThe Air 240 is slightly too short to accommodate a 12inch graphics card with a 240mm radiator at the front, No optical drive bay, Restricted to MicroATX or MiniITX components, The compact nature of the Air 240 makes the PC build laborious, No scope to ins...
The way I see it is that any given Corsair hits some five to ten percent of the market, and is irrelevant to the other 90 or 95 percent.The Carbide Air 240 fits that brief precisely as it is useless if you use an ATX motherboard and questionable if you do...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
All the charm of the original in a smaller frame, Still fun and easy to build into, Good cable management, Available in black or white, Great at showing off your hardware, Designed with a choice of orientations, Room for dual GPUs and liquid cooling, Hing...Lacks the premium feel of a Graphite or Obsidian, Could do with a fan controller as standard, Only one easilyremovable dust filter
Corsair has launched a dizzying array of new chassis over the course of the past two years, and the sheer amount of choice makes it hard to pick a stand-out solution. Though, if we really had to pick just one case that has caught our eye, it might well be...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Large viewing window, Full size ATX power supply support, Endless cable management space, Ability to position whichever way you want due to the changeable Corsair Logo on the front!Side panels could be stronger, Lack of 5.25″ drive bays will annoy some consumers, Poor support for large CPU coolers such as Noctua NHD15 etc (only max of 130mm clearance but it will be tight)
Corsair, what more actually needs to be said when introducing this company? (It was a rhetorical question).  Corsair Memory as they are officially known are one of the largest manufacturers of one of the widest product catalogues in the industry; this inc...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-15
Very compact, Excellent construction quality, Can be used in three different configurations—standard, upside down, or on its side, Ships with three 120 mm retail fans out of the box, Space for up to six hard drives, Ability to hold up to 240 mm radiator w...Not a lot of height for air coolers—120 mm at most, Only one set of feet—once you decide where to place them, that is it, No way for USB 2.0-only motherboard to use the front I/O, No external drive bay, Basic I/O
I would like to thank Corsair for supplying the review sample. Corsair sent us the Carbide Air 240 chassis for review. There are two color variants, and we have the chance to take a look at the black chassis today. Having reviewed the larger and more exp...
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