Last time in stock: Thursday, September 17, 2020
Stunning, yet small Mini-ITX or MicroATX compatible PC case with excellent cooling performance - three 120mm fans included
Cleaner layout for the ultimate cooling cube
Adore water cooling? Use two 240mm radiators with Mini-ITX or one 240mm radiator with a dual-GPU MicroATX setup
Support for a full length graphics card viewable through full side window panel
Swap drives easily -- without tools -- in and out of the three 3.5" and 2.5" drive bays
Easy connectivity with front panel USB 3.0 ports
Not yet scored.(How do we rate?)
* First availability for purchase, it may not correspond to the actual market launch date.
|Type||MicroATX Mid Tower|
|Includes Power Supply|
|External 5.25" Drive Bays||0|
|External 3.5" Drive Bays||0|
|Internal 2.5" Drive Bays||3|
|Internal 3.5" Drive Bays||3|
|Motherboard Compatibility||Micro ATX, Mini ITX|
|Front Panel USB Ports|
|Dimensions||320mm x 259mm x 396mm|
|Max GPU Length Allowance||330.00mm|
I like the Corsair Carbide Air 240 and applaud its novel design. The dual chamber layout separates the hot processor and graphics card from the power supply and drives, and that makes the cooling path as straight as an arrow. On the other hand the form factor means you are limited to either a Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX motherboard.
Overall we are impressed with the Carbide Air 240, it offers a lot of space for such a small form factor, it has great features for the smallest form factor it looks lovely and was designed ina very intelligent way, making this an easy to use and install chassis. There is a wide varyity of colors available for this chassis, other then that, nice jo ...
Corsair has steered clear of the tiny cube chassis, while other companies like BitFenix, Xigmatek, or Aerocool have been duking it out, trying to get the attention of gamers who want a compact chassis with the ability to hold potent hardware. Well, the Carbide Air 240 is about to step into the ring and manages to impress.