Corsair introduces its 3500X case series


Corsair announces new cases with its 3500X series, available in three different models. The range includes a basic model and two aRGB versions, one of which features fans from the iCUE Link ecosystem!

3500X: three versions to choose from!

Corsair 3500X

If you’ve been following our Computex news, you’ll already be familiar with Corsair’s 3500X. This new case is the brand’s response to the current trend towards aquarium-style cases.

In concrete terms, this translates into dimensions of 240 (W) x 460 (D) x 506 (H) mm. Internally, it is compatible with :

  • BTF, Project Zero ATX motherboards
  • 170 mm-high CPU cooling unit
  • 410 mm graphics card
  • ATX power supply, 180 mm deep

Behind this, the case can accommodate up to ten 120 mm fans, as opposed to five 140 mm fans. Other highlights include the double 360 mm watercooling radiator support at the top and side of the motherboard tray.

However, Corsair offers three versions of its case, with the basic model arriving without fans as standard at the affordable price of €99.90. The aRGB model benefits from three RS120 aRGB fans installed on the side. The bill rises to €139.90, which is still acceptable. Otherwise, the iCUE Link 3500X RGB model features three iCUE Link RX120 RGB fans and is priced at €194.90, which is quite expensive for three fans.

Here’s the Corsair product sheet!

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