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Corsair releases their 275R Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

A minimalistic design with direct air path cooling and extensive water cooling support

Corsair releases their 275R Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

Corsair releases their 275R Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

Corsair has released their new 275R chassis, a minimalistic design which is designed to offer a low price point, extensive water cooling options and a full tempered glass side panel. 

This chassis will ship with both white and black version, allowing the enclosure to suit your personal style. The frame also offers all of the modern design features that builders expect like a front to back PSU shroud, a direct airflow cooling path and enough space behind the motherboard tray to deliver easy cable management options. 

Like most modern case designs, the 275R doesn't support 5.25-inch optical drive bays, giving the 275R a clean front with and also opens up the front of the chassis for use with large water cooling radiators. The enclosure supports motherboard sizes from MITX to ATX, with a maximum GPU length of 370mm and a maximum CPU cooler height of 170mm.   

  

 

Water cooling-wise the "75R is no slouch, supporting up to a 360mm or 280mm radiator at the front of the and up to a 240mm radiator at the top of the case, making it suitable for most modern water cooling setups with relative ease.

Up to three 120mm fans or two 140mm fans can be installed at the front of the 275R, with up to two 120mm fans at the top of the case and a single 120mm fan at the rear. This design should provide more than ample cooling for any modern gaming PC.  

 

Corsair releases their 275R Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

 

On the storage side, the 275R supports up to three 2.5-inch storage devices and two additional 3.5/2.5-inch drives. The two 3.5-inch drive bays are expected to be removable, allowing users to install ultra-long power supplies, or a create more space for a larger front radiator if needed. 

On the 275R's I/O, users can connect up to two USB 3.0 devices, as well as standard audio in/out jacks, standard power and reset switches are also provided. 

  
Corsair releases their 275R Tempered Glass Mid-Tower Chassis

 

Corsair lists the MSRP of this chassis at £79.99 on their website, with a two-year warranty in case users have any issues. The case will ship with two 120mm fans at stock, neither of which is RGB enabled.   

You can join the discussion on Corsair's new 275R chassis on the OC3D Forums

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06-03-2018, 15:00:45

Linchpin
Another plain box with sub-par airflow in a market full of plain boxes with sub-par airflow. Can modern case design get any worse?Quote

06-03-2018, 15:16:50

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Linchpin View Post
Another plain box with sub-par airflow in a market full of plain boxes with sub-par airflow. Can modern case design get any worse?
Every case today starts to look more like an exact copy of Fractal Design Define series lol...Quote

06-03-2018, 15:30:15

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dawelio View Post
Every case today starts to look more like an exact copy of Fractal Design Define series lol...
And yet FD is the only one who can actually make a case that has airflow. Who woulda thunk

Edit:
Watching reviews on this. This case is a joke. Just reinforces my opinion on Corsair cases getting worse and worseQuote

07-03-2018, 06:03:34

DavidFrederickWatson
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Originally Posted by Linchpin View Post
Another plain box with sub-par airflow in a market full of plain boxes with sub-par airflow. Can modern case design get any worse?
at first glance its a nice case but has many problems , especially 4 allan key screws to take the glass off then it just falls right off , no support for the delicate tempered glass whatsoever , ive been impressed with corsairs products over the years but this is the only product that feels really rushed to me , a bit more refinement would have made this case a real powerhouse in its price range but unfortunately it appears it hasnt had too much thought process go onto it at all which is a shame , i hope Corsairs standards dont start to slip as they get even bigger because for me they will have Top Dog Dominance status within the industry much sooner rather than later as they expand in all areas , i just hope they dont lower their quality standards for more mass production cheaper high volume itemsQuote

07-03-2018, 06:08:40

Warchild
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
And yet FD is the only one who can actually make a case that has airflow. Who woulda thunk

Edit:
Watching reviews on this. This case is a joke. Just reinforces my opinion on Corsair cases getting worse and worse
Feels like they are getting cheaper. While it's feeling like cases are going in reverse (new models getting smaller and less space wastage) it seems like they are also cutting corners.

As for the allan key glass cover. Don't see an issue there. I prefer low profile screws than some flashing colour plated bulging, bulge poking out. I think Coolermaster got their doors perfect on the C700P. No screw attachments at all. Just a magnet door mechanic.

I saw smaller... but let's see that damn Slate case come out already. It's inevitable and I want's one Quote
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