CORSAIR Launches the iCUE 220T RGB Airflow Smart Case

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The CORSAIR iCUE 220T RGB Airflow Enclosure

With an ever-growing number of stylish but thermally constrained cases on the market it’s nice to see new cases designed with airflow in mind, and CORSAIR has done just that with their new iCUE 220T RGB Airflow case.

Available in both black and white finishes (the white looks silver in these photos) the 220T RGB Airflow has a unique appearance with its asymmetrical ventilation slots on the front panel, which just so happen to show off the RGB fans within.

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These fans are the new SP120 RGB PRO, pre-installed in the front of the case, with each offering 8 individually addressable RGB lights, and connect connect via the included CORSAIR iCUE Lighting Node CORE – the latest in the company’s line of lighting controllers which supports up to six CORSAIR RGB fans with customization via the iCUE software.

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In addition to the ventilated steel front panel the component side is, naturally, edge-to-edge tempered glass to show off your system and RGB lights. The case offers a pair of 2.5-inch trays and a 3.5/2.5-inch HDD cage for storage, and the usual lower shroud hides the power supply and cables from view. There are also removable dust filters for the top, bottom, and front of the case.

The iCUE 220T RGB Airflow enclosure retails for $109.99 and is available now.

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"The CORSAIR iCUE 220T RGB Airflow offers PC enthusiasts the cooling they need for high-powered systems along with stunning visuals to stand out from the crowd. Meticulously designed for powerful and efficient cooling, the 220T RGB Airflow sports a distinctive removable steel front panel allowing for high airflow into the case, and an internal layout that directs that cool air to your PC’s hottest components."

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