Corsair Returns To Dual Chamber Cases With 2 New Lineups

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Building On The 680X and 280X Predecessors!

[Press Release] Corsair is set to make its comeback in the dual chamber PC case market. Building on the solid foundations of the 680X and 280X cases, the latest 6500 and 2500 series deliver impressive airflow, uncompromised features, and new levels of freedom.

Both series cover a different segment of the market. The 6500 lineup is Corsair’s mid-tower offering for the market, while the 2500 variants meet the demands of those who want the best micro-ATX builds.

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Corsair’s latest dual chamber cases offer reverse connector motherboard support.

PC builders can also combine this layout with the iCUE Link ecosystem to simplify cable management, making motherboards like the ASUS BTF and MSI Project Zero a perfect fit for the new cases.

As the name suggests, the 6500D and 2500D Airflow bring optimal cooling through mesh panels on the front, side, roof, and bottom. Meanwhile, the 6500X and 2500X offer a pleasing aesthetic through two tempered glass panels.

Both series also feature plenty of radiator mounting locations for suitable cooling, supporting four and three radiators, respectively. Furthermore, the dual-chamber layout separates the cable management zones to focus cooling on the components that need it the most.

However, this is not all. Features like tool-free removable front panels, fabric pull tabs, alternate wooden/aluminum panels, vertical GPU mount support, and more add an extra layer to the list of appealing features.

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Corsair has already listed both the 6500 and 2500 series cases on its website. Backed by a two-year warranty, these cases mark a strong first impression for the company’s latest dual chamber case offerings.

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