Corsair launches their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis

Corsair launches their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis

Corsair launches their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis

Corsair launches their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis

 
Corsair has now launched their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis, coming in three different colour options (red, grey and yellow) and with a low asking price of £49.99.  
 
This chassis is designed to accommodate motherboards that are up to ATX in size, with room for two 120/140mm fans at the front, a single 120mm fan in the rear and two 120mm fans on the roof. Radiator wise, this case can only support a single 120mm or 140mm radiator at the front of the chassis, in a similar configuration to what is pictured below.  

The Spec-04 will come with dust filters on the front and base of the chassis, allowing your PSU and main chassis intakes to prevent dust buildup inside the case. 

 Corsair launches their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis

 

This chassis will come with enough room to contain up to three 3.5/2.5-inch drives across three drive mounts, with additional room for two more 2.5-inch SSD/HDD mounts higher up in the chassis.  

At the right-hand side of the chassis, the Spec-04 will also come with a single USB 3.0 port and a single USB 2.0 port, as well as traditional headphone/microphone jacks, power and reset switches.     

  

Corsair launches their new Carbide SPEC-04 mid-tower chassis

 

This chassis is currently priced at £49.99 on Corsair's web store, with expected retail availability in the UK starting later this month.

 

You can join the discussion on Corsair's Carbide SPEC-04 PC enclosure on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

02-05-2017, 11:21:28

g0ggles1994
At £50 it isn't a great deal especially when cases like the MasterBox 5 exist in the same price area.

Also 1 x USB 3 and 1 x USB 2? That's something I'd expect on a case that's around £30, not £50Quote

02-05-2017, 11:28:47

AlienALX
Yup agree, looks like a £30 Bitfenix tbh.Quote

02-05-2017, 12:22:39

russler
all down to personal taste, a masterbox 5 is also £50 quid and is about as exciting as a j cloth. the red and yellow models are a little in your face but then the grey looks quite professional.Quote

02-05-2017, 12:29:14

Greenback
to many cases better looking at this price range including Phanteks Eclipse P400Quote

02-05-2017, 15:18:47

PaddieMayne
WHy would you buy this when for an extra £9 you can have an NZXT 340.Quote
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