CORSAIR adds the Carbide 110Q affordable entry-level gaming chassis with essential features for building a silent PC. The CORSAIR Carbide 110Q is built around the Carbide 110R chassis with emphasis on ‘silence’. The Carbide 110Q will succeed the Carbide 100Q chassis, having similar features such as the use of high-density noise dampening material on the interior side of the side panels, sleek solid panels for a minimalist design, flexible storage options, and discrete front ventilation holes for silent cooling. The CORSAIR Carbide 110R will be devoid of fancy RGB lighting thus keeping stealth and silence in mind.
Check out our review of the CORSAIR Carbide 100R Silent Edition Chassis here.
Built For SilenceThe CORSAIR Carbide 110Q keeps it quite with its minimalist design that fits most environments, featuring four high-density sound dampening panels to reduce noise.
Flexible Storage OptionsThe Carbide 110Q’s flexible storage options include support for up to four drives – two 3.5”/2.5” in the case’s removable combo trays and two 2.5” drives. The Carbide 110Q also comes with a 5.25” ODD bay.
Strong Cooling PotentialThe Carbide 110Q may be designed for silence, it doesn’t compromise in cooling having two pre-installed 120mm cooling fans out-of-the-box. The 110Q supports up to four 120mm or two 140mm cooling fans with support for water-cooling radiators thus supports CORSAIR’s Hydro Series coolers including the H55, H60, H75, H80i, H90, H100i, H105, H110i, and H115i Series.
Removable Dust FiltersThe Carbide 110Q comes with removable dust filters on the floor and the front of the case to keep dirt and dust away from your components inside.
Pricing and Availability
The CORSAIR Carbide 110Q Chassis is expected to be cheaper than the 110R chassis which is priced at $69.99USD/£54.95. Coming to retailers worldwide this Q4 2019.