Corsair unveils new H105, AX1500i, 760T & RGB Cherry MX Switch Keyboard
Published: 7th January 2014 | Source: Corsair |
760T & 730T
Thirdly in our Corsair showcase, we have the new ATX case; the 760T, and also the non-windowed variant; the 730T. Both cases share the same body, and only differ with the two window panels and fan controller. The 760T has two swing out windowed side panels, whilst the 730T has full steel sides. The case itself has a very space age, industrial design which we really love from initial impressions.
The 760T has a full windowed side panel. We love to see large window panels on cases, and having an unrestricted view to the internals of your PC is a great plus point for us. On the other side, we are told the 760T has another opaque acrylic side panel in order to keep a constant design around the case from the outside, but without having to see messy cables on the rear side of the motherboard tray. Despite having dual windowed side panels, due to the full steel construction of the case, the 760T remains incredibly sturdy.
The 760T will be available in black or ‘Arctic White’ – similar to what we’ve seen on the 540 Air, along with various other Corsair cases. The ‘Arctic White’ version looks stunning to us on the outside, and doesn’t go over the top with white as the front panel remains black. This gives the ‘Arctic White’ version very distinct styling, whilst remaining sophisticated. The 730T is only available in black.
The 760T encompasses nine expansion slots, and six 3.5/2.5inch hard drive mounts which can be removed or relocated to any of four different locations. Alternatively, there are an additional four 2.5inch drive bays which can also be full removed.
The 760T comes with a pair of LED AF140L fans in the front, and a third non-LED AF140L in the rear. There is an integrated fan controller too, meaning the 760T has superior cooling capacity straight out of the box, and it isn’t a necessity to spend extra on cooling as you may find with other cases. The case also has room at the top for up to a 360mm radiator mount, and spacing for a 280mm radiator at the front. Not only does this case look amazing, but it also offers great capacity for water cooling or standard air cooling. The 730T lacks the fan controller as well as the windowed side panels, which shows it’s aimed more for the users wanting a simpler and more sophisticated system.
The 760T will be priced at $179.99 for the black version, and $189.99 for the white version. The 730T will be priced at $139.99. For the UK, we expect these to be available at around £120-130 for the 760T, and around £90 for the 730T, which makes these cases incredibly well priced considering the amount they offer.