Pros: Looks awesome, rubberized cable routing holes, very sturdy, removable drive cages, plenty of fan mounts.
Cons: HDD/SSD drives need to be mounted backwards, side panel latches are loud, fans don't produce much airflow, hard drive trays are plastic.
Drawing inspiration from a military ammo box and Corsair's own Carbide and Obsidian series, this case is built for functionality.
When looking at the case, one of the first things you will notice is the handles. The only way you could get the handles loose is by using a bolt cutter.
Next, your eyes drift to the ammo box-style latches. These latches will keep your side panel totally secure, with no need for thumbscrews. However, they can get quite loud when snapped shut.
Look down, and you see an acrylic window with two 120mm fan mounts. You can unscrew the window from the side panel and rotate it so that the fan mounts don't interfere with your view of your components.
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