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Corsair Vengeance C70 Midtower Case Review
Today we are looking at the newest midtower chassis from Corsair, the Vengeance C70. The Vengeance line is made with gamers on the go in mind and the Vengeance C70 features handles, all steel construction, and military styling. Join us as we see what Corsair is bringing to the table with the Vengeance C70.
Article Title: Corsair Vengeance C70 Military Green Case Review
I have been trying not to call the Vengeance C70 a “theme” case. There are several styling cues with the switches and handles that could make someone lean that way, but it is not over the top. Now, someone skilled with an air brush and little free time, the Vengeance C70 is a nice little starting point for nice custom case. I’m thinking of 1940’s era military plane nose art. Even the not so skilled painter with a couple rattle cans and few minutes could have a cammo print in no time flat.
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Pricing At Time of Print: $139.99 MSRP
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This is a very nice looking case!
I'd certainly like to see it set up with a watercooling system, though.
The Corsair H100 cpu cooler would be a first choice but I'd like to see the best possible 120.2 radiator that could keep a pair of videocards cooled along with how it would be integrated into this case and if a dual-panel reservoir/pump combo would work in this system.
This would also be killer if this style was enlarged to full-tower specs. Practically all of my motherboards are eATX or larger at this time so I really couldn't use one right now. More's the pity.
Corsair has come out with yet another winner this time.
BTW, your local Army-Navy store will have proper sized military decals to adorn the right side panel.
It's high time that Corsair gave extra room for wiring in these new cases. I have a 700D and a 800DW where the right side panels really don't have the room for the thick motherboard power cable and these panels keep popping off if the cases are moved at all. This isn't the least bit acceptable nowadays.