- Packaging and Specification
- External Impressions
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Installation Experience
Corsair has an armada of the most preferred hardware that caters to particular needs of many end users. Whether its SSD or even CPU coolers- air and water- PC Cases from Corsair are no different. They now have Graphite Series which for now has 600T with different editions. As of now, Vengeance Series has C70 with a colour choice of Arctic White, gunmetal black and Military green.
Like all Vengeance Series products Corsair is keeping gamers in mind when they designed C70. Although I did express my concern about the series of flimsiness in 400R/500R , 300R’s rear panel was stronger than the previous version of cases- most likely since the top panel was riveted. However, in all the 3 cases the sidepanels were flimsy. Of all the case, 500R did give a blow to me because it is a premium cost and I need good built quality AND features no questions asked. When I give a medal for solid built quality, like CM Storm Trooper, I give it for a lot of good reasons irrespective of the cost of the case. Because no matter if a case is plain and dull- or has no worthy features to note, a strong case is appreciated by many types of end-users. That’s how steel cases should be.
But with Corsair’s the case’s design is absolutely brilliant. 600T, 800D……..400R, 500R- Corsair’s case design is very respectable. If 300R’s rear part of the motherboard tray had the cable tie loop, this case would have been included.
Coming back to C70. Like 300/400/500R this is a mid-size ATX case which somewhat shares certain characteristics that I can easily mistake it for Carbide Series, but is there anything that would appeal to gamers?