Corsair has brought a load of new products at Computex 2014 and among these are their three new cases – the portable mini-ITX Graphite 380T, the massive full tower Graphite 780T and the versatile mini-ITX/micro-ATX Caribie Air 240. These three new cases bring something for everyone along with well thought out design and features that Corsair is known for.
Corsair Graphite 380T:
Corsair Graphite 380T is a mini-ITX chassis which is specifically designed for portability. If you don’t want to take Corsair’s word on it, the large and sturdy carrying handle on the top gives a pretty good idea about the purpose of this case. The Graphite 380T can house mini-ITX motherboards along with full size graphics cards and respectable cooling solution which makes it perfect for high-end LAN gaming parties. It looks like a miniature system but it can house some serious hardware.
The case itself is not the smallest among mini-ITX cases but its round edges give it a compact look. It also comes with three-speed fan controller in case you want to keep your noise and airflow levels in check. The Graphics 380T can house up to 6 fans (two of them come preinstalled). Furthermore, it also comes with USB 3.0, headphone and microphone jack at front.
The Graphite 380T will be available in two color combinations: full black with red lighting and black/white with white lighting. It’ll be available worldwide in August for $129.99.
Corsair Graphite 780T:
Unlike the other two cases Corsair revealed at Computex 2014, the Graphics 780T is a full tower chassis with a plethora of features and options. It caries same design language as the Graphics 380T with rounded edges and LED fans at front. Corsair has not revealed much details about the Graphics 780T but reportedly it can house up to nine 2.5-inch drives or nine 3.5-inch drives. It has space for up to seven fans, three of which come preinstalled.
The Graphite 780T comes with a number of water cooling options as well. Users can install up to two 360mm radiators along with one 240mm and one 120mm. It also comes with a three-speed fan controller at front I/O along with USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and audio connections.
It will come in two color combinations of black with red lighting or black/white with white lighting. Corsair will start shipping the 780T in September for $179.99 to $189.99.
Corsair Carbide Air 240:
The Carbide Air 240, as the name suggested, is a smaller version of the highly popular Carbide Air 540 from last year. It features exactly the same design but now comes in smaller size and can now only fit mini-ITX or micro-ATX motherboards. Apart from that, there is nothing micro or mini about this case. Full size graphics card can be installed in it and if you are into water cooling, then the Carbide Air 240 can be fitted with up to two 240mm radiators.
Like its bigger brother, the hard drivers in Carbide Air 240 are installed behind the motherboard tray and the side panel comes with panoramic windows giving a nice view of the hardware inside.
It will hit retail stores in August for $89.99 to $99.99 in black and white color options.