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New Corsair Cases unveiled at Computex 2014. Many Questions

tofu570

67 months ago

Looking at the some of these new designs and I like them. So, can someone please clarify if the Carbide Series Air 240 has a 5.25" Optical Drive Bay. Also, what kind of cooling wouldbe used in this case (air or water?) http://www.maximumpc.com/corsair_unloads_three_high_end_pc_cases_computex_2014

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  • 66 months ago
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Looking at the photos from Computex 2014 and the few other brief descriptions and photos, I didn't see any signs of a 5.25" bay on the Air 240. It does look sweet though! Amazon has it prelisted in the $99 range so if it stays at that price point AND has the most of the features of the 540 (except for the micro-ATX/mini-ITX boards) it will be one sweet case!

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  • 67 months ago
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Thanks for the help. Will consider based on the interior to see if their is adequate cable management for both 380T and Carbide 240

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  • 67 months ago
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Yeah, it's usefull for people who are ususally on the move from what I'm seeing due to the handle, the one thing is that there's no external 5.25" slot for a disk drive (downloaded needed programs and such)

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