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Corsair Vengeance C70 Mid-Tower PC Chassis Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. External Impressions
  4. Internal Impressions Part 1
  5. Internal Impressions Part 2
  6. Installation Experience
  7. Conclusion
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Corsair has an armada of the most preferred hardware that caters to particular needs of many end users. Whether its SSD or even CPU coolers- air and water- PC Cases from Corsair are no different. They now have Graphite Series which for now has 600T with different editions. As of now, Vengeance Series has C70 with a colour choice of Arctic White, gunmetal black and Military green.

Like all Vengeance Series products Corsair is keeping gamers in mind when they designed C70. Although I did express my concern about the series of flimsiness in 400R/500R , 300R’s rear panel was stronger than the previous version of cases- most likely since the top panel was riveted. However, in all the 3 cases the sidepanels were flimsy. Of all the case, 500R did give a blow to me because it is a premium cost and I need good built quality AND features no questions asked. When I give a medal for solid built quality, like CM Storm Trooper, I give it for a lot of good reasons irrespective of the cost of the case.  Because no matter if a case is plain and dull- or has no worthy features to note, a strong case is appreciated by many types of end-users. That’s how steel cases should be.

But with Corsair’s the case’s design is absolutely brilliant. 600T, 800D……..400R, 500R- Corsair’s case design is very respectable. If 300R’s rear part of the motherboard tray had the cable tie loop, this case would have been included.

Coming back to C70. Like 300/400/500R this is a mid-size ATX case which somewhat shares certain characteristics that I can easily mistake it for Carbide Series, but is there anything that would appeal to gamers?

2 comments

  1. all corsair cases except obsidian series have become $11- $12 cheaper compared to the time you’ve reviewed it…. but that makes 400R way more sweeter deal for a under $100 case, yeah???? what do you think will be the right price point for this case??

  2. well that makes 400R look all the more better because now it costs about $90. If C70 sells for around $100 its a good deal considering that the rear I/O section has a bit better built quality.

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