Corsair Carbide AIR 240 Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅15-08-14

Product On Review: Carbide AIR 240
Manufacturer & Sponsor: Corsair
Street Price: £69 GBP / $120 USD

Last year Corsair introduced a new case within their Carbide series and it’s fair to say this new offering was a great success for them. Fast forward some six months and they are back again with yet another new addition to the family, the smaller brother to the AIR 540. Building on the success of this exciting and innovative computer chassis, Corsair has engineered a much more condensed workspace for those who are building with small form factors.

AIR 240 employs distinct characteristics from AIR 540 but primarily focusses on Micro ATX and Mini-ITX systems. This cube-shaped case can accommodate a wide selection of high-end hardware and does so with numerous tool-free mechanisms.

Furthermore, this petite counter-part can even house a 240mm radiator in various spots throughout the chassis to bring plenty of flexibility.

Corsair on their AIR 240
Are you the fence about building a Mini-ITX or MicroATX computer, but hesitate due to cooling concerns? Confidently use either motherboard in the cube-shaped Carbide Series Air 240 PC case -- specifically built with optimal airflow in mind. The innovative internal layout – complete with multiple cable routing options -- features an unobstructed pathway for fresh air to travel between intake fans and hot components. This is a whiz kid case built for long-lasting reliability -- all while being able to host a colossal graphics card with ease. Enjoy plenty of room for a high-end water-cooling setup (with 240mm radiators) if that’s your thing. Front panel USB 3.0 ports give you quick peripheral connectivity when you need it most

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