Corsair is putting its best foot forward this year at CES with an impressive offering of new cases that are sure to please the eye of even the most discriminating PC enthusiast.
Firstly, we take a glimpse of the Corsair Carbide SPEC-ALPHA Mid-Tower. In an ever changing gaming market, these cases offer styling that is guaranteed to turn some heads. With this being a mid-tower, you still have the flexibility of multiple GPUs and able to take advantage of the ATX form factor, with a smaller footprint for those who are trying to save space.
The SPEC-ALPHA sports three 120mm fans for Direct Airflow Path cooling, controlled by a three-speed switch on the case’s front bezel. You can get this case cases in two sharp colors, black and red. In addition to front mount 240mm radiator capability, this case features many cable routing cutouts and tie downs, making sure that this build will look great, be very easy, and not break the bank at a price point of $79.99 MSRP, and will be available March 2016. You can read up on all the details here.
Secondly, we are taking a peek at the Carbide 400Q and 400C, offering with a window and without, respectively. Both models featuring a tool-less drive design, both of these units focus on water cooling flexibility, and airflow. In addition to numerous cable routing options made possible by the cable routing trays, passthroughs, and grommets. The case features easy to remove dust filters and supports up to a 360mm radiator in the front.
Despite this being a mid-tower form factor, you can still sport a full-size ATX motherboard and multiple GPUS. Another feature worth noting is two modular and refined PSU and 3.5” bay covers to keep things extra clean and tidy. The 400Q has sound dampening materials if silence is something you covet, and the 400C sports a full-sized clear window that is hinged and latches allowing you to admire the internals. This 400 Series case will be available February 2016 at a competitive price point of $99.95. Learn more details the 400Q here, and the 400C here.