Corsair is rolling out a model new mid-tower case that is smarter than most. That’s to not say its new iCue 220T RGB Airflow would possibly protect its private on Jeopardy or one issue like that, nonetheless it might maybe administration RGB lighting in methods whereby dumb enclosures can not (not natively, anyway).
The 220T owes its smartness to an built-in “iCue Lighting Node Core,” which is a spiffy methodology of claiming it has an RGB lighting controller.
“Plug as hundreds as six of the an an similar Corsair RGB followers instantly into the included iCue Lighting Node Core to cope with your RGB lighting with out the need for a fan hub, making for good lighting outcomes proper out of the sphere with Corsair iCue software program program program program,” Corsair says.
This permits for some nifty outcomes, significantly along with the vented entrance panel that enables delicate to seep by. Hit up the case’s product internet web internet web page and check out the Rain and Visor decisions, beneath the “Good Case, Good Lighting” half.
Corsair encompasses a trio of its SP120 RGB Skilled followers to get you started. Every choices eight individually addressable RGB lights, supplying you with 24 full LEDs to delicate up your rig.
On the storage entrance, the 220T can swallow a pair of three.5-inch HDDs and two 2.5-inch SSDs. That will very properly be a bit sparse as in distinction with some situations, though must be high-quality for plenty of setups, significantly if using an M.2 drive that plugs instantly into the motherboard for the primary storage.
This typically is a rundown of the pertinent specs:
- Case dimensions: 395 x 210 x 450mm
- Max GPU measurement: 300mm
- Max PSU measurement: 180mm
- Max CPU cooler prime: 160mm
- Progress slots: 7
- Drive bays: 2x 3.5-inch, 2x 2.5-inch
- Sort matter: mid-tower / ATX
- Case window: tempered glass
The black mannequin of the 220T is throughout the market now on Newegg for $109.99. There’s moreover a silver variant, though the listings that appear proper now are by market sellers with grossly inflated value tags.