Today, Corsair has announced the latest addition to the Crystal Series in the 280x RGB. Corsair describes the Micro-ATX chassis as having massive cooling in a small case. The 280X RGB has room for up to five 120mm fans with radiator space in the top (240/280mm) or up to 240mm radiators in the front and bottom with a dual-chamber internal layout. Three sides of the black chassis are made from tempered glass giving the chassis a premium appearance. The case includes two Corsair LL120 RGB fans with 32 individually customizable LEDs controlled by Corsair iCue software for its illumination.

The 280X RGB is able to house up to two 3.5-inch drives and three 2.5” drives for ample mount points for storage. The chassis has filters in the front, roof, floor, as well as the PSU area use dust filters to help keep the internals cleaner from dust longer. Additionally, Corsair implements what they call a Direct Airflow Path Cooling where cool air is directed at the hottest components without drive cages getting in the way in an effort to keep the parts which need it, cooler. 

Pricing nor availability was mentioned by Corsair however it was spotted online in pre-sale form for a bit over $200. The chassis will also come in white. 

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  • Awful - Monday, June 4, 2018 - link

    Pricing on their website lists it as $159 USD.
  • ObeseMaurice - Monday, June 4, 2018 - link

    It aint worth that much thats for sure, although I did buy a Air 240 case that looks suspiciously like this..
  • drexnx - Tuesday, June 5, 2018 - link

    that's exactly what this looks like

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