Corsair reveals their 2000D Airflow series of Mini ITX cases

This example can have compatibility triple-slot GPUs which might be as much as 365mm in duration

Corsair reveals their 2000D Airflow series of Mini ITX cases

A small footprint case for powerhouse PCs – Corsair releases their 2000D Airflow collection of Mini ITX circumstances

Following the release in their new small shape issue SF1000L energy provide (which we reviewed previous closing week), Corsair has published a brand new airflow-oriented mini ITX PC case known as the 2000D, which is now to be had in black and white and with no-fan or triple RGB fan choices. 

With give a boost to for Mini ITX motherboards, SFX/SFX-L energy provides, 360mm CPU liquid coolers and graphics playing cards as much as 365mm in duration, Corsair’s new 2000D chassis can also be the house of a powerhouse mini PC, providing customers abundant airflow for tough PC {hardware} configurations.

Corsair reveals their 2000D Airflow series of Mini ITX cases

With a 271mm x 200mm footprint, Corsair’s newest PC case takes up a minimum quantity of table area whilst being sufficiently big to give a boost to triple-slot RTX 4090 graphics playing cards and massive CPU liquid coolers. Out of the field, the 2000D RGB AIRFLOW fashions send with 3 pre-installed 120mm RGB enthusiasts, and the case has the possible to give a boost to as much as 8 120mm enthusiasts in overall. This example’s pre-installed enthusiasts are new 15mm thick “slender enthusiasts” from Corsair, that are designed to offer PC developers additional clearance when development compact PCs.  

The usage of a variety of mesh panels and a beneficiant selection of fan mounting spots, Corsair has labored across the thermal barriers of many mini ITX PC circumstances with out making their new chassis overly huge. That stated, 271mm x 200mm x 458mm is huge for a Mini ITX case, even though this dimension is what permits huge graphics playing cards and liquid coolers to be contained inside this chassis. 

With an asking value of £109.99 for its baseline style, Corsair’s new 2000D chassis is moderately reasonably priced, even though it’s value noting that this style does no longer send with any enthusiasts. That makes this example’s £149.99 ARGB style extra interesting, as an additional £40 isn’t a lot for 3 Corsair enthusiasts and its ARGB controller. Customers of this example will wish to set up enthusiasts, and it’s laborious to spend not up to £40 on 3 ARGB enthusiasts from a significant logo. 


– Corsair 2000D Airflow mini ITX PC Case – £109.99

– Corsair 2000D RGB Airflow  mini ITX PC Case – £149.99

You’ll be able to sign up for the dialogue on Corsair’s 2000D Airflow PC circumstances at the OC3D Boards.

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