Corsair announces the launch if its new mid-tower gaming chassis Carbide SPEC-ALPHA, which was introduced earlier this year at CES 2016. The new chassis features an asymmetrical design that leaves plenty of room inside for better cable management. Despite what you may pretend, we have a chassis that will not sin to come up with a high price. It has a large acrylic window on the side panel and available in three variants of color combinations in black and silver, red and white as well as black and red.

Corsair launches Carbide SPEC-ALPHA – Mid-tower Gaming Chassis

With the Corsair Carbide SPEC-ALPHA we can assemble all physical drives without tools, includes a controller for up to 3 speed fans  and its panoramic side window to admire our beast from outside. In terms of cooling, we find two front 120mm fans with LED lighting (red or white) with a rear of the same size without lighting that will be in charge of exhausting the hot air. It also supports the installation of liquid cooling systems, radiator size 120 and 240 mm.

SPEC-ALPHA has dimensions of 518 x 220 x 474 mm and compatible with standard size ATX motherboards, MicroATX and Mini-ITX. Also, the you can install any graphics card with up to 380 mm in length (there are 7 expansion slots) and CPU coolers up to 156mm tall and ATX power supply of up to 190 mm. It does not offer any 5.25 “drive bay, it integrates two USB 3.0 ports on the top right, and comes at a recommended price of $79.99 USD.



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