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Corsair - 380T Mini ITX Tower Case

( 4.7 Average / 7 Ratings )






Part #



Black / White


Mini ITX Tower

Includes Power Supply


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

290 mm / 11.417"


355 mm x 292 mm x 396 mm

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Hushbuild 41 points 39 months ago

The second I chose a mini itx format I knew this was the case I wanted. Unique and well ventalited and a great handle to make it easy to move. Attracts dust like a hoover though, thank god for dust filters.

mikedopanda 13 points 37 months ago

Doors provide super quick and easy accessibility to components for tweaking. It is a bigger Mini ITX case, so it is easier to work with compared to other options. The handle is super sturdy and provides the best case for when you need to transport this guy for LAN parties. All the mesh makes this case super breathable (it's basically a steel frame wrapped in mesh). Small windows provide a good peep at the hardware that is inside. Fits an 240mm radiator quite easily. The quality expected from an top-tier brand in Corsair.

sushiman 21 points 37 months ago

Beautiful fun looking case with just about everything you would want or need from a Mini ITX build. Corsair really makes some quality products. I wouldn't hesitate to buy any of their products in the future!

wraithcock 1 point 34 months ago
from completed build Hello Build

One of the things that remained from my original part list was this case. I find that most traditional box-shaped cases are too boring. I like the look of this case a lot. Plus, if I ever need to take it anywhere, it has a convenient handle (but let's be honest, I'm too lazy to take myself anywhere, let alone me+pc). Working inside was not a huge issue, but I did have some trouble organizing my wires. Make sure you do things in a logical order. Trying to wire things with all the parts already installed is challenging. But, depending on whether or not you use the 3.5" cage, you can remove that to make it a lot easier to route wires out of the way.

Silent25 9 points 33 months ago
from completed build HAL 1.0

Great case, but suffers from some issues. Primary problem I had with the case is that the fan controller does not work 100% with some fans. Have a 200mm Bitfenix and 120mm Cooler Master and neither start when the case turns on. Moved the Bitfenix to the board case fan and the Cooler Master starts at medium speed.

Other issue I had was with the size of the UBS cable. This thing is huge and think they could knock 6 - 8 inches off it and still have space to plug in from anywhere.

The handle is great and one of the reasons I went with this case. Moving between rooms is a breeze and will be able to take it to friends houses without problem.

The case is wider than my old full-ATX case, but still with it's shorter height, can fit it on the shelf at my desk.

smcgothboy 21 points 29 months ago

This was the main part of the Youth Club build I was doing as it will be moved around a lot, the case gets a little heavy when full but the handle aspect of it is perfect as it is very sturdy. Had no issues with it when building and there is a little light built in inside which can be switched off. Only reason for 4 star rather than 5 is that when another helper tried to open it and he was bit to forceful the latches at the top got stuck open, gently coerced them back to normal but it could have been a lot more damaging.