Corsair Introduces Crystal Series 280X RGB Micro-ATX Case

Subject: Cases and Cooling | June 4, 2018 - 10:13 AM |
Tagged: tempered glass, RGB, micro-atx, mATX, enclosure, Crystal Series, corsair, case, 280x

Corsair has unveiled a new micro-ATX enclosure at Computex with the Crystal Series 280X, available in RGB or non-RGB flavors, and sporting no fewer than three tempered glass panels (side, front, top).

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"With tempered glass panels in the front, side and roof, the Crystal 280X RGB provides a stunning view of your PC. Illuminated by two LL120 RGB fans, each featuring 16 RGB LEDs, the Crystal 280X RGB also includes a CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO digital RGB lighting controller, combining with powerful iCUE software to light up your PC in a dazzling array of patterns and effects. With 32 individually controllable LEDs to light up your system, and plentiful airflow to cool multi-core, multi-GPU systems, the Crystal 280X RGB is the clear choice for your next compact MATX system."

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The Crystal 280X is a dual-chamber design, and supports full-length GPUs up to 300 mm, radiators up to 240 mm on the front and case floor with up to 280 mm rads up top, and offers support for 2x 3.5-inch and 3x 2.5-inch storage drives.

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Available in white or black, the Crystal 280X will retail for $159.99 for the RGB version, and $109.99 for the version without RGB. It is available now from Corsair's official store.

A black review unit is being evaluated as we speak, so stay tuned for the full review!

Source: Corsair

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June 4, 2018 | 02:20 PM - Posted by Randi (not verified)

Front temper glass makes this an instant no for me. soo close... Good thing they didn't discontinue the 240... Tho a 280 without the front temper glass would be an awesome airflow optimized case.

June 4, 2018 | 08:25 PM - Posted by annoyingmouse (not verified)

It looks like the glass is easily removable

June 4, 2018 | 03:44 PM - Posted by elites2012

nice case. but this RGB stuff is getting out of hand.

June 4, 2018 | 06:25 PM - Posted by FlashingLightsForTheBraindead (not verified)

In the not too distant future those LED controllers will be put to good use on good Old Tannenbaum or whole house XMAS lighting displays, and even Home Discos for the the elderly trying to relive their wasted youth.

Really! LED Bling Narcissism is the new sickness of the Gaming Monobrows and that will take some time to cure.

June 5, 2018 | 11:23 AM - Posted by fvbounty

I love my 540, easiest case for cable management there is, if I where to build a micro build this would be it, you can always turn off the leds. Adding fans on the bottom would give you all the air flow you need helping out with the glass front hindering air flow, and its filtered on the bottom.

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