Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid-Tower ATX PC Case (208 Individually Addressable RGB LEDs, Fits Multiple 360mm Radiators, Three CORSAIR LL120 RGB Fans & COMMANDER CORE XT Controller Included) Black
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Under the handhold cut into the box, we see eleven versions of the specifications we discussed earlier in this review.
Finishing things off, the bottom offers a head-on and a side view with measurements to help you confirm its size, should space be cramped where it needs to reside. I was able to route around the fan slots, and honestly, it doesn’t look bad as the mesh side panel shows behind those slots and creates a neat pattern, but the whole process felt much more difficult than it needed to be. This is important to me because I’m always tinkering, so I was happy to see that the side panels were tool-free and swing open on the iCue 5000T.Doing this ensures that whether you use 120mm or 140mm fans up here, there is no chance of the filter not covering the fans.
This case ships with three LL120 RGB fans included up front for extreme cooling, and each fan includes 48 individually addressable LED's for customising the look of your PC! Once assembled, each reel is applied with a special Teflon polymer polish to protect them against dirt, making your reel easier to keep clean in the future. The PSU opening accepts the PSU through this side of the case and supports the PSU with small rubber pads stuck to the chassis. inch drive tray mounts (that, alas, have no dedicated trays), a covered hole for installing CPU-cooler back plates, and four mounting points on the bracket that covers this hole that could support a 2. Inside is enough space for a full-depth (13-inch) EATX motherboard, but only for those who are willing to forsake the factory-installed cable cover: Corsair only rates the iCUE 5000T RGB as being ATX-compatible, so the cable cover will have to be removed if you install a board that's bigger.The Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid Tower is also super easy to build into thanks to its impressive engineering. The added thickness of a radiator would necessitate abandoning the cable-concealing fan shroud, though. On the left is the optional three 120mm fan location, and if the cover panel is removed, water cooling is compatible here as well, just not if the front is also populated with water cooling. Whether you’re a casual or a hard-core gamer, Norton 360 for Gamers provides multiple layers of protection for your devices, game accounts, and digital assets. If you are unable to provide the insured product at point of claim for inspection it will be classed as lost and not covered.
AIO Chassis as the base of the machine, we are able to provide the ultimate in experiences never before seen in an All In One form factor. Getting to the third mounting position at the very front of the bottom panel requires removal of the lowest front-panel fan. Near the bottom is where Corsair displayed the iCUE 5000T RGB name, and while not sure who placed it, there is a sticker denoting an excessive amount of weight which is something Corsair does not divulge. Once you add a layer at the left, you can pick from one of the nineteen preset options or select custom or Lighting Link. So rather than a manual or a chassis guide in some form, all we found was the safety information on disposing of the bits in certain states.While the 5000T shares the same overall design, it’s still unique in the line-up and offers some compelling features for its top-tier cost of entry. The bottom isn’t quite as spacious but routing and re-routing cables isn’t difficult thanks to large cutouts to pass them through. Not only do you see it from the strips, but in a dark room, anything near the wall gets flooded with an RGB glow as well.