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Thanks. Good to know. Hooray for options! thumb.gif

Now.., if only it had an earlier release date.. redface.gif

Keep an eye on the Corsair website...it might just show up there before it shows up elsewhere. smile.gif
post #152 of 523
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Keep an eye on the Corsair website...it might just show up there before it shows up elsewhere. smile.gif

checking everyday!!!!!! cant wait to get this case. well done!
post #153 of 523
Awesome case for the price!
George, did you participate in the design of this case also?

Excuseme if this has been asked before (I have just find out about this case), but any change of a white or gray version?
Is the window clear or "smoked" like the one on the 900D?

Total clearance above motherboard tray?
Total clearance in the front?

Can we use a 240 rad in the roof along with a 360 in the front?
Would the top 240 rad shorten the clearance for the 360 in the front?

Really awesome case, I´ll be getting one as soon as it releases in my country (unless there´s a white or gray version on the way.. then I would need to think about it a little bit).
I don´t have the hardware to build on it (my main rig motherboard doesn´t fit), but I need to build something awesome on this case.
post #154 of 523
The case is up on the corsair website.

I haven't seen a legit release date other than someone say late June, then see late July as well. Is it going to be late June or July?
    
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post #155 of 523
Bravo Corsair, you did it again! specool.gif and a good presetation of the Air 540 by George as well. smile.gif
Interesting thing is, that I wanted to make almost the same case (5.25" bay horizontal in my idea) for few years now, just never had time to make it, to busy, anyway brilliant case. thumb.gif looking forward to buying this instead of 350D (I hate tall cases, and this is perfect)biggrin.gif
post #156 of 523
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Bravo Corsair, you did it again! specool.gif and a good presetation of the Air 540 by George as well. smile.gif
Interesting thing is, that I wanted to make almost the same case (5.25" bay horizontal in my idea) for few years now, just never had time to make it, to busy, anyway brilliant case. thumb.gif looking forward to buying this instead of 350D (I hate tall cases, and this is perfect)biggrin.gif

350D is a mATX case with psu under it.
Air 540 is a full ATX without PSU under it...
The 350D should only be a few milimeters higher than the Air 540.
post #157 of 523
I can see and read u know? buttkick.gif
post #158 of 523
This may be my first Corsair case, only question is how much plastic is on it vs. steel? If it's anything like my XL define I really likewant this.
post #159 of 523
I've preordered mine. thumbsupsmiley.png
post #160 of 523
Question: The H110 will only fit on the front yes?
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