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xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence
xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence
xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence
xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence
xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence
xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence

xvideom.com Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - Black Choose with confidence

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      Primarily used xvideom.com for xvideom.com gaming xvideom.com 90% of the time for xvideom.com about 2-4hrs a day. No issues with overheating, GPU temp sits around 70c. I do xvideom.com wish the xvideom.com front panel was xvideom.com mesh to allow more air.I xvideom.com was able to fit an MSI RTX 3070 xvideom.com ti ventus xvideom.com oc but its so tight and super close to the front 120mm xvideom.com case fan. My Corsair RM1000 xvideom.com 80plus gold xvideom.com fits by sliding the HDD housing forward xvideom.com but xvideom.com takes up the space where a xvideom.com 120mm front case fan xvideom.com would go. To xvideom.com actually xvideom.com install and mount my PSU, I had xvideom.com to fully remove the HHD xvideom.com housing to insert my PSU with cables. Afterwards I xvideom.com squeezed in the HDD housing back xvideom.com in place. I placed it back since xvideom.com I xvideom.com have a 2tb HDD for storage. Otherwise you can xvideom.com leave it out to run (3) xvideom.com 120mm xvideom.com fans in the front.I xvideom.com also xvideom.com installed a xvideom.com Cooler Master Masterliquid ML240L. xvideom.com It is top mounted and fits with no issue.The only issue xvideom.com I xvideom.com ran into while building in xvideom.com this case was the lack of space I xvideom.com had for cables behind the motherboard. My motherboard cable from the Corsair xvideom.com RM1000 psu xvideom.com is thick and adding xvideom.com additional cables running along that thick motherboard cable xvideom.com makes xvideom.com it xvideom.com hard to close xvideom.com the side panel. It leaves a tiny bulge on the side panel that can barely be xvideom.com seen. It xvideom.com helps to have xvideom.com a xvideom.com second person hold it down or if you are by xvideom.com yourself, get creative and xvideom.com use your head to xvideom.com help xvideom.com push down xvideom.com the bulge while sliding xvideom.com the xvideom.com side panel close.Overall I give it xvideom.com 4 out of 5 stars!!! xvideom.com No xvideom.com major issues during xvideom.com my xvideom.com build just some minor inconveniences xvideom.com that I can xvideom.com live xvideom.com with!!!I love the case, however, it is slightly smaller then a xvideom.com normal xvideom.com sized mid-tower. A xvideom.com 3080 cna barely fit, as xvideom.com well as 750 PS and xvideom.com 3.5" xvideom.com HDDs. Barely enough room xvideom.com for cables, and having xvideom.com to work them around things does not make for a good show through the glass panel.Connect the included RGB fan to xvideom.com compatible Asus, xvideom.com Gigabyte, or MSI motherboards and their accompanying software to customize and xvideom.com control RGB fan lightingAn edge-to-edge Tempered xvideom.com glass Side panel window xvideom.com shows off xvideom.com your PC's xvideom.com components.Give your system xvideom.com a look that's both xvideom.com clean xvideom.com and classic with smooth curved edges, a polished finish, and a front-facing xvideom.com Corsair xvideom.com logo backlit xvideom.com by an xvideom.com RGB fan xvideom.com with six customizable RGB xvideom.com LEDs.This is the first time I have purchased a case without the xvideom.com ability xvideom.com to add a CD/DVD drive. Of course, as soon as I built xvideom.com it I xvideom.com needed one. xvideom.com I purchased an external one for xvideom.com the rare times it is xvideom.com needed. I know xvideom.com there are ways around it, but, for example, when I loaded a xvideom.com well xvideom.com known tax xvideom.com software it was such xvideom.com a hassle to download xvideom.com with the just the code, I wish xvideom.com I had one. Now I do. xvideom.com I have a laptop also, so xvideom.com there's that and xvideom.com the drive was cheap.Anyway, other that installing a couple of aftermarket fans, the assembly xvideom.com went nice and can accommodate a monster graphics card, xvideom.com though not for this system.I didn't do any xvideom.com LEDs, but this is a classy looking xvideom.com unit, even with the xvideom.com glass siding. I would xvideom.com buy again.Very cute and simple! Perfect for a beginners PC! Nothing too fancy. Me and xvideom.com my BF built a PC for xvideom.com my xvideom.com best friend and xvideom.com she loved it!!A full-length PSU cover hides your PSU xvideom.com and cables out of sight, xvideom.com making immaculate builds easier to create than ever.My case didnt come with any screws xvideom.com to screw my motherboard to the case, but over all xvideom.com great looking caseOverall a solid xvideom.com case but xvideom.com the airflow is not the greatest in xvideom.com the xvideom.com world since the from xvideom.com panel is solid and the only intake areas xvideom.com are above and below that xvideom.com front panel. So far after two xvideom.com weeks of intensive use, I have not noticed any outstanding xvideom.com temperatures due xvideom.com to xvideom.com it xvideom.com so it shouldn't be xvideom.com too big of xvideom.com a bother.As for xvideom.com spacing, the case runs on the slimmer side with the side panel having JUST enough clearance for cables xvideom.com for my 3070 Ti. The side panel where the wire management is done is xvideom.com where it xvideom.com can xvideom.com get xvideom.com a little problematic xvideom.com and you'll xvideom.com have xvideom.com to be especially creative xvideom.com with xvideom.com where everything will xvideom.com go. Overall, this case looks great xvideom.com and is xvideom.com a good choice for the money in my opinion.Used this to build a xvideom.com pc for an associate, it's a very nice looking xvideom.com case when the cables are routed correctly. There is sufficient airflow allowance; provided you purchase xvideom.com a few extra fans to mount inside. Make sure you xvideom.com figure out which connectors you xvideom.com need to attach to your power supply before installing. xvideom.com I wouldn't suggest this case if you don't have a xvideom.com modular power supply. There is very little room behind the xvideom.com psu and hard drive caddy xvideom.com for xvideom.com cable stuffing.So my Case came in someone dropped it xvideom.com because it was xvideom.com bent on xvideom.com the top . But a xvideom.com hammer fixed it so I xvideom.com don't care. Heads up this case comes xvideom.com with xvideom.com 1 fan I xvideom.com didn't know that. xvideom.com I'll be trying to xvideom.com fit a 240mm cooler xvideom.com with xvideom.com a digital screen and more rgb light xvideom.com fans . xvideom.com This case is small I love it I'm keeping this xvideom.com case as a top mount for my table I. I xvideom.com recommend xvideom.com this xvideom.com case xvideom.com for first time builder aka me xvideom.com I'm a first xvideom.com time builderFits xvideom.com up to xvideom.com 6x 120mm xvideom.com or xvideom.com 4x xvideom.com 140mm cooling xvideom.com fans xvideom.com for terrific airflow that keeps your PC cool, or multiple radiators in sizes up to 360mm.
      Corsair Carbide Series 175R RGB Tempered Glass Mid-Tower ATX Gaming Case - BlackGive your xvideom.com system a xvideom.com look that's both xvideom.com clean and classic with smooth curved edges, xvideom.com a xvideom.com polished xvideom.com finish, xvideom.com and a front-facing Corsair logo xvideom.com backlit xvideom.com by an RGB fan with six customizable RGB xvideom.com LEDs.An edge-to-edge Tempered glass Side panel window shows off your PC's components.A full-length PSU xvideom.com cover hides your PSU xvideom.com and cables xvideom.com out xvideom.com of xvideom.com sight, making immaculate builds easier to create than ever.Fits up to xvideom.com 6x 120mm or 4x 140mm cooling fans for terrific airflow that keeps xvideom.com your PC cool, or multiple radiators in xvideom.com sizes up to 360mm.Connect the included RGB fan xvideom.com to compatible Asus, Gigabyte, or MSI motherboards and their xvideom.com accompanying software to customize xvideom.com and xvideom.com control RGB fan xvideom.com lighting

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Buyer's experience:
      1: My case didnt come with any screws to screw my motherboard to the case, but over all great looking case
      2: Primarily used for gaming 90% of the time for about 2-4hrs a day. No issues with overheating, GPU temp sits around 70c. I do wish the front panel was mesh to allow more air.I was able to fit an MSI RTX 3070 ti ventus oc but its so tight and super close to the front 120mm case fan. My Corsair RM1000 80plus gold fits by sliding the HDD housing forward but takes up the space where a 120mm front case fan would go. To actually install and mount my PSU, I had to fully remove the HHD housing to insert my PSU with cables. Afterwards I squeezed in the HDD housing back in place. I placed it back since I have a 2tb HDD for storage. Otherwise you can leave it out to run (3) 120mm fans in the front.I also installed a Cooler Master Masterliquid ML240L. It is top mounted and fits with no issue.The only issue I ran into while building in this case was the lack of space I had for cables behind the motherboard. My motherboard cable from the Corsair RM1000 psu is thick and adding additional cables running along that thick motherboard cable makes it hard to close the side panel. It leaves a tiny bulge on the side panel that can barely be seen. It helps to have a second person hold it down or if you are by yourself, get creative and use your head to help push down the bulge while sliding the side panel close.Overall I give it 4 out of 5 stars!!! No major issues during my build just some minor inconveniences that I can live with!!!
      3: So my Case came in someone dropped it because it was bent on the top . But a hammer fixed it so I don't care. Heads up this case comes with 1 fan I didn't know that. I'll be trying to fit a 240mm cooler with a digital screen and more rgb light fans . This case is small I love it I'm keeping this case as a top mount for my table I. I recommend this case for first time builder aka me I'm a first time builder
      4: Used this to build a pc for an associate, it's a very nice looking case when the cables are routed correctly. There is sufficient airflow allowance; provided you purchase a few extra fans to mount inside. Make sure you figure out which connectors you need to attach to your power supply before installing. I wouldn't suggest this case if you don't have a modular power supply. There is very little room behind the psu and hard drive caddy for cable stuffing.
      5: This is the first time I have purchased a case without the ability to add a CD/DVD drive. Of course, as soon as I built it I needed one. I purchased an external one for the rare times it is needed. I know there are ways around it, but, for example, when I loaded a well known tax software it was such a hassle to download with the just the code, I wish I had one. Now I do. I have a laptop also, so there's that and the drive was cheap.Anyway, other that installing a couple of aftermarket fans, the assembly went nice and can accommodate a monster graphics card, though not for this system.I didn't do any LEDs, but this is a classy looking unit, even with the glass siding. I would buy again.
      6: Overall a solid case but the airflow is not the greatest in the world since the from panel is solid and the only intake areas are above and below that front panel. So far after two weeks of intensive use, I have not noticed any outstanding temperatures due to it so it shouldn't be too big of a bother.As for spacing, the case runs on the slimmer side with the side panel having JUST enough clearance for cables for my 3070 Ti. The side panel where the wire management is done is where it can get a little problematic and you'll have to be especially creative with where everything will go. Overall, this case looks great and is a good choice for the money in my opinion.
      7: I love the case, however, it is slightly smaller then a normal sized mid-tower. A 3080 cna barely fit, as well as 750 PS and 3.5" HDDs. Barely enough room for cables, and having to work them around things does not make for a good show through the glass panel.
      8: Very cute and simple! Perfect for a beginners PC! Nothing too fancy. Me and my BF built a PC for my best friend and she loved it!!

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00