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CORSAIR 4000D AIRFLOW Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case

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  • Combining innovative cable management, concentrated airflow, and proven CORSAIR build quality, the 4000D is a fitting choice for an immaculate high-performance PC..Maximum PSU Length : 220. Radiator Compatibility : 120mm, 140mm, 240mm, 280mm, 360mm.
  • The CORSAIR RapidRoute cable management system makes it simple and fast to route your major cables through a single channel, with a roomy 25mm of space behind the motherboard for all of your cables.
  • Includes two CORSAIR 120mm AirGuide fans, utilizing anti-vortex vanes to concentrate airflow and enhance cooling. Motherboard will fit in our 4000 Series cases without any issue. Mini-ITX, micro-ATX, ATX, and E-ATX form factor motherboards are all supported.
  • A spacious interior fits up to 6x 120mm or 4x 140mm cooling fans, along with multiple radiators including 360mm in front and 280mm in the roof (dependent on RAM height).
  • Put modern connections within easy reach with a front I/O panel including a USB 3.1 Type-C Port, USB 3.0 port, and a combination audio/microphone jack.

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Product Information

General
Brand

Corsair

Color

Black

Model Name

4000D AIRFLOW

Model Number

CC-9011200-WW

Specification
Motherboard Form Factor

ATX, Extended ATX, MicroATX, MiniATX

Case Type

MID TOWER

Case Material

Alloy Steel, Plastic, Tempered Glass

Cooling Method

Air

Fan Size

120 millimeters

Product Dimensions

‎17.83 x 9.06 x 18.35 inches

Weight

‎17.31 pounds

Product Review

9.8Expert Score
CORSAIR 4000D AIRFLOW Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Case: Expert Review
Featuring a sleek look and great build quality, the Corsair 4000D AIRFLOW delivers great performance and amazing airflow at a decent price.
Value
9.8
Quality
9.8
Ease of Use
9.8
General Appreciation
9.6
PROS
  • Sturdy build quality
  • Lots of airflow
  • Tempered-glass left side
CONS
  • Difficult to remove the side panels
  • Room at the top is a little tight
  • Sparse I/O selection

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Description

The CORSAIR 4000D AIRFLOW is a distinctive, high-airflow optimized mid-tower ATX case with easy cable management and exceptional cooling. A steel front panel offers optimal airflow to your components, accompanied by two included 120mm AirGuide fans that enhance cooling. CORSAIR RapidRoute design makes it effortless to route major cables through a single channel.

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  1. Jake Hergert

    Great product. Corsair 4000D airflowAsus Tuf z790 motherboardIntel i7 13700Corsair vengeance ddr5 ramSamsung 990 pro ssdNvidia windforce 4070Capellix 240mm radiatorCorsair 1000x gold psuCorsair LL 120 fansBuilt my first PC in this case, has a super slick look and was easy to build in. There’s plenty of room for a liquid cooler on top, just don’t go bigger than a 240mm radiator. The cable management was pretty easy as well thanks to the cable straps and zip ties. And the case is well designed to hide all the cables from the front. Airflow works great as well (hence the name) with 3 fans pulling in front, and the radiator on top and a fan in the back, case maxes out at six fans which is plenty. I would get different fans, but the 2 stock ones it comes with aren’t the worst. It’s a very sturdy good quality case, and it’s pretty easy to clean out the dust filters. I would not use the vertical gpu mounting option as it is much too close to the front glass panel to allow airflow. 10/10 the only thing I would change is the ssd trays on the back. They are super hard to get out, I had to use a vice grip to hold the thumbscrew and yank it out. If you don’t want them on take them off before you put anything in the case.

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  2. Rich H.

    Very good case; great value. Good: Just about everything. This is my first PC build in a few years, and it was pleasing to see that the state of the art has advanced quite a bit. The case is attractive without being garish, lightweight despite the glass panel but solid. Edges are deburred and painted, although there were a couple of rough spots in hidden places which, of course, I immediately found digitally while checking things out. The side panels are ridiculously easy to remove; two fasteners, tip the panel out and slide off. USB ports and controls on the top edge of the case. Two drive bays, which can probably accommodate four SSDs, set crosswise in the case because why not, I guess. I was briefly taken aback that there are no bays accessible at the front panel, but on reflection there’s no real need for that nowadays. In their place, the entire front panel can be stuffed with fans if desired. There is certainly no lack of ventilation, large grilles in front, rear, and top (the top is covered with a nifty removable pet-fur and fluff filter,) and you can mount fans in all of them. It comes with one fan each in front and rear. The layout in general is logical and builder-friendly, cables almost route themselves. Comes with a handful of zip ties and a good assortment of fasteners. Very good price for what you get.Bad: The supplied fans are a bit buzzy at full speed. I’m planning to add fans anyway so I might as well replace them. I’m also not a big fan (ha) of the glass side panel, even though that seems to be the style now. I’m not going RGB-happy and turning my rig into a scale-model rave club, so would have preferred an option to get this box with a regular steel panel.Ugly: The shipping box appears to have been dropped rather hard on one corner. It was well-packed, so no visible harm done.Bottom line: Considering that it isn’t difficult to lay out $150 or more for a case nowadays, this is a great value. You get everything you need in an attractive, well-engineered package. If they’d used some Noctua fans to keep things quiet when the CPU/GPU get busy, it would be just about perfect. As is, I’m very happy with it. Five stars.

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  3. Jake Hergert

    *Mostly* everything you’d want, good quality, and cheap. So I got this case because my old one (Vivo titan, discontinued, for good reason) broke down finally. I have never known how nice cases can be until now. The design of the case is great, every time I had a moment of hesitation trying to figure out what to do about an issue, it had a fix.Where to put my cables? Above the motherboard has an area, a whole cable bar to the side which also very conveniently hides them, and what is new to me is an area for cables at the bottom directly to the PSU. On top of that, there’s included zip ties and a cable holder to actually manage those.What about installation of parts? They include screws for all your hard drives, motherboard, and fans. The motherboard has a semi built in “standoff” in the middle, where it’s not quite a screw but a little part that sticks out in the middle to keep it steady to make the first few easier. The hard drive case itself is removable and able to be placed further over if you need more room for your cables (I did as I suck at management.) The screws for side ports like PCI-e are just thumbscrews, you can remove them fairly easily without tools. Not exactly PC parts ahead here, but the dust filters and panels all are very easy. The screws on the side panels have a bit of a thread to make keeping track of them easier, and so you don’t have to take them fully off to remove it. The mesh panel for the front takes only 4 little sockets with tiny rubber pieces that pop in or out and a a small metal piece to make alligning the bottom easier. The top, front, and PSU dust filters all have little sorts of tabs you can pull to remove them.The general aesthetic of this case is very clean too, the mesh fits, the yellow accents look nice, and the top dust filter might be my favorite looking part. The preinstalled fans fit with their ends alligned with the circles of the panel so you don’t see the rims, and their screws match up with the top and bottom of the slots which isn’t a huge touch but nice enough to be noticed. Some people complain about this next part and I can definitely see it on either side but the side panel glass is fairly dark. If you have any RGB’s, they’re going to look dimmer. I don’t have any so I don’t care really, but hey some people will and that’s valid. You’re still able to see everything clearly in my opinion.Now I’ve said enough good, what about the bad? In my experience, the fans were fairly loud. I ended up replacing them due to that. The panel connectors for the power and all are fairly long, which while good in a way and that one depending on the way you look at it can be good, but in my experience it just caused worse management because I had an extra 4 inches of cord on multiple cords. My only last real complaint here is that the included motherboard standoffs are also pretty cheap.At this price though and the general quality of the rest, I don’t mind fans being fairly loud or some screws that are flimsy. They’re still both functional, just not quite up to my standards.I would highly recommend this case to anyone, installation was very easy, it looks clean, and just generally contains all you really would need with a new case.

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