Corsair Vengeance C70 Mid - Tower Gaming Case

10/15/2012 2:32:21 PM

From a utility standpoint, the PC enclosure is little more than six sides of a box and some internal structure to hold components. Accomplishing that is hardly a technical feat. But Corsair has repeatedly demonstrated that it knows how to strike the perfect balance between form and function to make a great gaming case. Corsair’s cases also feature innovations that frequently get copied across the industry. In the military box-inspired Vengeance C70, Corsair sets a new standard.

Description: Corsair Vengeance C70 Mid-Tower Gaming Case

A Plethora of Options

This case is constructed of rigid steel and comes on your choice of Military Green, Arctic White, and Gunmetal Black. Inside, this case can handle ATX and microATX motherboards and features eight expansion slots, three external 5.25-inch bays, and six internal 3.5/2.5-inch HDD and SSD bays. You can also configure three-way SLI or CrossFire with up to 12.5-inch-long graphics cards. The Vengeance C70 comes with a pair of USB 3.0 ports on the front panel, as well as mic and line-out ports, an HDD/SSD activity LED, and unique power and reset buttons that hammer home the military theme.

As you’d expect from a Corsair case, the cooling subsystem is excellent; the case ships with a trio of 120 mm fans and extra mounting holes for side, top, and bottom panel fans. Impressively, you can install up to seven additional fans. If liquid cooling is more your style, the Vengeance C70 has you covered; there is room for a 240 mm radiator under the top panel and space for a second radiator under the uppermost drive cage. Numerous rubber- grommeted cutouts in the motherboard tray greatly simplify the discreet routing of power and data cables to keep your air routes clear. Three plastic clips behind the motherboard tray also help keep the unseen wires neat and tidy.

You Really Can Take It with You

The C70’s top-mounted handles are quite possibly our favorite feature of this case; they are sturdy enough to lift the case with confidence, even when it’s jammed with components. And access to those components is no problem, thanks to the pair of military-inspired latches on each side.

With the Vengeance C70, Corsair has raised the bar yet again when it comes to gaming cases.

Description: Corsair Vengeance C70 Mid



Price : $139.99


Specs: Dimensions: 19.7 x 9 x 21 inches (H x W x D); Materials: Steel; Motherboard support: ATX, micro ATX; Bays: 3 5.25-inch external, 6 3.5/2.5-inch internal; Fans: 2 120 mm front, 1 120 mm rear, 3 120 mm top (optional), 2 120 mm side (optional), 2 120 mm bottom (optional)


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