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CORSAIR Unveils New Series Of Dual Chamber PC Cases



CONSAIR Dual Chamber PC Cases

CORSAIR just announced its re-entry into the dual chamber PC case market. Building on the direct airflow and impressive performance of the 680X and 280X cases, the new 6500 and 2500 Series deliver unprecedented levels of customization. Whether you need the spacious mid-tower chassis of the 6500 for a powerhouse desktop or the compact mid-tower design of the 2500 for a micro ATX build, their dual chamber layout makes PC building easier, promoting efficient cooling alongside a clean and professional look.

With support for the latest reverse connector motherboards, options to convert from fully mesh airflow to tempered glass panels, and a range of functional and aesthetic accessories, these new cases mark a leap forward in dual-chamber case design.

The new reverse connector motherboards are a game-changer for PC builders. Motherboards such as the ASUS BTF and MSI Project Zero feature connections discreetly tucked away behind the motherboard tray. This layout dramatically simplifies the building process and enables a nearly cable-free view within the main chamber of the case. CORSAIR iCUE LINK technology takes this a step further by enabling fans and other internal components to connect to each other seamlessly, reducing the need for multiple types of cables and connectors.

The 6500D AIRFLOW and 2500D AIRFLOW are designed for optimal cooling performance, featuring fully mesh front, side, roof, and bottom panels to meet the airflow needs of the most demanding high-end components. For those who prioritize visual flair, the 6500X and 2500X are masterpieces of design, offering a breathtaking view of your setup behind two crystal-clear tempered glass panels.

CONSAIR Dual Chamber PC Cases

The dual-chamber layout separates the cooling and cable management zones to allow more direct airflow for thermally demanding components. The 6500D AIRFLOW and 2500D AIRFLOW provide 4 radiator mounting locations for immense cooling flexibility, while the 6500X and 2500X can fit 3 radiators, ensuring impressive cooling for flagship builds as well.

The 6500 and 2500 Series incorporate numerous user-friendly features. With CORSAIR’s new effortless one-twist Quikturn fan screws, tool-free removable front panels, fabric pull tabs, and flexible doubleshot grommets, every detail has been engineered for convenience. These cases also allow builders to show off their unique style with a wide range of personalization options, including alternative wooden and aluminum panels, vertical GPU mounts, and more – all available through the CORSAIR webstore.

“We have a strong legacy to uphold with respect to dual chamber cases, and we really wanted to up the ante to make these the most attractive cases to build in,” said Aaron Neal, Director of DIY Product Marketing at CORSAIR. “Fans of our 680X and 280X will find that we honor that legacy while adding in plenty of new features that vastly improve the PC building experience.”

For those embarking on a new desktop build, whether it’s a mid-tower or SFF setup, choose a 6500 or 2500 case – and be sure to equip it with new iCUE LINK RX Series fans for unmatched radiator cooling performance.

CORSAIR 6500 Series and 2500 Series Dual Chamber PC Cases are available now, with pricing between $160-200 depending on the case.

CONSAIR Dual Chamber PC Cases

Zander Chance is a technology nut who is always first in line to try out the latest tech gadgets. He also has been an active affiliate marketer for the past 15 years, and he writes about his adventures in that on his blog.

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