Corsair has unveiled the Graphite Series 760T and 730T full-tower chassis at the CES 2014. Also announced was the company's first Mini-ITX chassis, the Obsidian Series 250D.
The highlight of the flagship of the Graphite series are two swing-out windowed side panels that are identically shaped, with one semi-transparent panel and the other opaque to accentuate your system's interior. Each panel is hinged to the rear and swings open to allow complete access to the interior. A full steel roof and frame complement the side panels, ensuring that the chassis is sturdy.
Available in Black or Arctic White, nine expansion slots offer plenty of space for multi-GPU setups, while six 3.5-/2.5-inch hard disks mounts can be relocated to any of four separate mounting locations or removed entirely. There's also four side-mounted 2.5-inch drive caddies for users who want to remove the standard drive cages entirely.
With two LED-lit AF140L 140mm cooling fans to the front and an AF140L to the rear, as well as an integrated fan speed toggle to let you select between better air flow or lower noise levels. Also, extra fan mounts allow you to install liquid cooling systems, including a 360mm top radiator mount and a 280mm front mount.
Available in Black, the sibling of the 760T shares the same design and structure, but has steel side panels without windows.
The first Corsair chassis built to accommodate a Mini-ITX motherboard comes encased in brushed aluminum and solid steel construction with a roof-mounted window revealing all the hardware inside. Despite being Corsair's smallest case to date, it supports a wide range of full-sized components, including many of the brand's Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers.
|Price in US$||Availability|
|Graphite 760T||Black: $179.99
Arctic White: $199.99
|Obsidian 250D||$89.99||late Jan 2014|
All three chassis from Corsair are backed by a 2-year limited warranty.