Corsair announces the Carbide 275Q case

Only 85 Euro

If you are looking for a mid-tower case which is compatible with high-end graphics cards, ATX motherboard as well as water cooling setup, Corsair's Carbide 275Q enclosure might be just what you've been looking for. Furthermore the side panels sport sound damping panels.



The Carbide 275Q is a mid-tower chassis that's been made from SECC. On this case both side panels and the top cover feature sound damping layers. As you can see from the pictures, this case is an improved version of the Carbide 270R and a variant of the Carbide 275R that we have reviewed few months ago. The Carbide 275Q measures 437 x 211 x 446mm and classifies as a mid-tower.

On the inside there is space for ATX motherboards. Cooling wise there is space for one big radiator (360mm) that can be mounted in the front and for another radiator (240mm or 280mm) on the top. In addition there is enough space for high-end tower coolers, which can measure up to 170mm in height. The internal layout is overall simple and straightforward, you can install up to two SSDs behind the motherboard's tray and up to two HDDs close to the PSU. At the front of the case, there are two USB 3.0 ports as well as standard HD audio jacks, alongside power and reset switches.

The Carbide 275Q should be already available for 85 Euro. Yesterday we have published the review and below you can find some of our pictures:

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Source: Corsair Carbide 275Q Review

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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