Case Corsair Carbide Air 740 is divided into two chambers

The company’s product range has expanded Corsair Carbide Air case 740, shown in the illustrations. The features of the Carbide Air 740 should include a two-chamber design that improves ventilation (the manufacturer calls it a Direct Airflow Path, and a removable side panel with window.

In the main chamber is placed system Board size mini-ITX, microATX or ATX, CPU, memory modules and expansion cards. Places for expansion cards — eight, the maximum length of CT — 330 mm, maximum height of CPU cooler — 170 mm.

Rear camera reserved for the drives and PSU of length up to 225 mm. Drives size 3.5 can be up to three pieces, drives size 2.5 inch — up to four. Their Assembly and disassembly requires no tools.

Airflow is provided by three 140-mm fans Corsair AF140. In total, the case can accommodate up to eight 120-mm or 140-mm fans, radiators, size 240, 280 or 360 mm. in Addition to the separation chamber, unimpeded airflow contribute funds for tidy cable routing. It should also be noted the presence of a removable air filters.

The front panel has two USB 3.0 connectors, headphone and microphone. Dimensions — 426 x 340 x 510 mm, and the manufacturer’s recommended retail price is approximately $150. Sales have already begun.

Source: Corsair



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