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Corsair Officially Launches the SPEC-ALPHA Case

Category: Cases
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During CES this year, Corsair unveiled several new cases, with the 400C and 400Q launching soon after the show. The other new case, the SPEC-ALPHA, was going to take a bit longer, but now the wait is over as the Corsair SPEC-ALPHA is available to purchase. The SPEC-ALPHA features a unique angular design that sets it apart from other cases, while offering plenty of cooling and hardware potential inside. It's a mid-tower case with a tool-free design that can fit up to an ATX motherboard, video cards up to 380mm long, CPU coolers up to 156mm high, and a 190mm long power supply.

The side window can show off your components, while the three included 120mm fans can keep things cool, thanks to the built-in fan controller (up to five total fans can be installed). If water cooling is your thing, a 240mm radiator can fit inside the front of the SPEC-ALPHA, with a 120mm rad in the rear. Three 3.5" drive bays and four 2.5" drive bays offer plenty of storage options, while the Direct Airflow Path design means no 5.25" bays to mess up the cooling. Inside there are also cable routing cutouts and tie downs to keep everything neat and tidy, further helping get the air directly where it's needed. Two USB 3.0 ports and audio in/out adorn the front of the case, while the rear has seven expansion slots to perfectly fit those ATX motherboards.

The Corsair SPEC-ALPHA is available now in black/grey, white/red, and the previously unknown black/red color schemes. Each case is $79.99 and comes with a two-year warranty.

Source: Press Release




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Guest_Guest_* on April 09, 2016 00:12
Some really ugly cases coming onto the market just recently?

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