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ATX Mid Tower
Side Panel Window
Front Panel USB 3.0
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
370 mm / 14.567"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 25 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Cygnet
I love the glass and easy-access doors, but it makes cable management a nightmare for a first-time builder like me since I can't very easily shove the cables inward with a traditional sliding panel like the unknowledgeable person I am.
- 18 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Mid-High End Ryzen Build
Style and Function all in one package. I'm really happy with this case.
- 16 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build 8700k 1080 Strix Obsidian 500D RGB Build
I am in love with this case! I was previously using a 460x, which was great but became somewhat cramped. I considered going with a 570x, but it didn't seem like it had enough additional features to warrant changing cases (which is a major pain in the butt... I had to spread it out over two days). This is built on the same chassis as the 570x but had enough new features for me to pull the trigger. The hexagonal design on the front filter of the 460x/570x were a little much for me -- the cross design on this one seems a little more elegant. The glass doors are so ridiculously convenient that I don't think I can ever go back to regular panels -- it's so nice to be able to just open the door to access something inside. The dust filters are removed very easily and the fans are mounted using removable trays, which are held in by two thumb screws -- very convenient. I came from a 460x, which is, in comparison, pretty compact, so, comparatively, this was much easier to build in. I don't think I'd go so far as to say that this was "easy", as I haven't built in many cases and you certainly need to be mindful of the backside, since it's visible through the glass panel (granted, it is very tinted). Because the back glass panel is a door which closes using magnets, you can't just "stuff the panel closed", like I did with my 460x. If you have lots of RGB controllers like me, it can definitely get tricky. Luckily, there's an included cable cover that really helps get the door to close, as well as makes it look much better. There are plenty of grommets and cable tie points so the potential for proper cable management is certainly there, just expect to spend a little extra time.
- 15 points
- 6 days ago
from completed build Homewrecker: A tale of too much RGB
It's the 500D plus a full set of LL120 fans and Commander Pro. I love the hinges on the tinted glass panels and the easily accessible dust filters. Definitely my favorite case.
- 10 points
- 2 days ago
from completed build High Performance Gaming Build MicroATX in Mid Tower (First Build)
This mid tower case is not only gorgeous but also incredibly practical in terms of cable management. It comes with the Commander Pro and LED / Fan Hub, making configuration of all the fan and LED inputs a breeze. It was incredibly easy to work in. The doors on the sides are easily removed by simply unscrewing the pins in the joins. I successfully mounted a Micro ATX motherboard. It required me to screw in some of the spare mounts supplied with the case. But it fit in perfectly without any additional force.
Because I went with a M.2 SSD, I didn't need all of the different chassis for the HDD and SSD. However, I did find it disappointing to find the HDD chassis were made of cheap plastic, while the SSD were made of the same steel as the rest of the case. Seemed odd.
As far as long-term maintenance. It comes with easy removable dust vents that magnetically attach to the case's frame. These have done well so far to keep dust out. It has been a few months at this point and I've found the insides of the case to be dust free. Which is a huge win.
This case is extremely heavy. Probably the only downside I could find with it.
- 9 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Wallflower to Desk Tower
I had a rocky start with this case, having never dealt with fan controllers or lighting nodes, I wasn't knowledgeable on their placements within the case. It wasn't until I got to the point of routing all my fans and getting everything plugged in that I realized the Commander Pro that came with the case was factory mounted in a terrible, and utterly wrong, location. As you look at the case from the primary display side, the Commander Pro was mounted to the bottom right inside of the tempered glass. That means that if you were able to somehow plug everything in, you wouldn't be able to even open it, because the fan wiring would prevent it. I called tech support to ask them about it, and the tech acknowledged that it was a known issue and their solution was to use a blow dryer or other heat source to heat the adhesive to the put that it would pull off easily. I spent the MSRP of $250 just to have to use a blow dryer to remove and replace a factory mistake. Fortunately, in the end, it did work, and now I absolutely love the case. It was pretty easy to build in overall, and it seems to flow well enough. The LL fans look outstanding, and the build quality is top notch. Cable routing can be tough, especially since the routing side is also tempered glass that closes by way of magnets. If you don't route well enough, the glass won't fully close.
I do love this case, but the initial problem and tech support's solution really put me off. There was no attempt to reconcile the issue on Corsair's side, other than to tell me to fix it myself. I would have appreciate it if they had extended some kind of nicety to me, such as a coupon or something for my trouble, but there was no such offer. At the end of the day, I do love the case, and I would recommend it for someone looking for a well built, and well lit case.
- 5 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build ROGair
This case looks freaking amazing. I was kind of iffy when I saw how dark the tint was on the glass, but when that sweet RGB shone through it, it turned out to be a perfect shade. I realised that the garbage cable management job I did on it didn't matter at all and was completely shadowed out! The only downside is that the case has no place to show off your SSDs in the main compartment of the case, only at the back. This is a problem for me because I have that side of my case blocked off by a wall. Not a big deal though because most people won't have this problem and this was a one-time thing.
LL Series fans and Commander pro included with case The Commander Pro is really cool with its features, though I feel like the fan curve that was named "Quiet" was supposed to be quieter than it was. Other than that, the RGB implementation looks great on the fans no matter the size and they are quiet when you want them to be (after you install iCue) and perform well when needed.
- 2 points
- 24 days ago
from completed build Gaming & Workstation
This is one of the best cases I have ever seen and it is an absolute beauty as a finished product, I absolutely love the smoked tempered glass on the sides and front and the magnetic doors that make me never want to go back to screw-in panels. The pullouts that you can mount and install the fans on are convenient and made the liquid cooler installation a breeze and allows for decent airflow from back to front.
The cable management is a bit annoying, but I don't think I can deduct a star and blame Corsair for this because I am pretty terrible with it myself, but there is a small panel cover that helps you control the cables so that the magnetic doors can close, but that is also a warning that you will have to be incredibly organized with your cables as you cannot just jam them in with an indented side panel. I also cannot understand why the commander pro is located in the bottom right next to the PSU shroud, but you can pull it off and move it somewhere more convenient. The price point is a bit much for what you're getting as well.
Overall, I can't blame Corsair for my poor cable management skills and I have to give them credit for designing a beautiful case. I absolutely love it and would recommend it to anyone willing to pay the price premium for it.
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