Corsair´s prototype case pixellized

Fudzilla: "In addition to its Dominator GT lineup of memory modules, Corsair has showed its first prototype case that will take the company into this market. As far as we could see, the prototype looks promising and we might get a new big player in the high end case market.

The case is made from a combination of steel and aluminum, where the cage is made out of steel and the outer shell is aluminum. The front panel is made out of brushed aluminum so it looks better than the rest of the case. The prototype case has a lot of neat features, and you can feel that Corsair paid attention to even smallest details."

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JelalTrueshot4006d ago

I would have hoped they would have spent less time brushing aluminum and more time adding fans and airflow.

SaiyanFury4005d ago (Edited 4005d ago )

I'd have to agree, although I must say I like the rubber nipples on the case for running various wires. My CPU fan's speed controller wire was tricky to run in my Apevia X-Jupiter case, so that feature would've been sweet. They should have added a few more fans to increase the airflow indeed. My case has 5 12cm fans. One on top, 2 in back, 1 on the side above the PCI slots, and one in front of the HDD bays. Cost me nearly 200 bucks, but the case even has fan speed controllers and it's 100% aluminum so it's nice and light.

Xbrainer4006d ago

Reminds me of my HAF 932 in design and size just worse airflow and imo uglier.

-Venom-4006d ago

The HAF is a great case with good air flow and it's not even that ugly tbh .

theEnemy4005d ago

a Lian-Li-inspired chassis.

Corsair should just stick on making Rams and PSU which they are very good at.

-Venom-4005d ago

U would like them to make top of the range motherboards.