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Review: New Carbide Series Case – Corsair SPEC-06

Scope of Delivery and Workmanship

The scope of delivery is as usual. A box of bags. In the bags there are screws and that not too tight – screws for the mainboard, for data carriers and for the power supply. A warranty card and a short manual in various languages are also available. A hexagon wrench is also included. What the hexagon bolts are for, we ask ourselves. You can change the screws of the glass pane.

The workmanship is through the bank away very good! We save our typical gibberish about the gap dimensions and so on here as an exception. In any case, the quality of the magnetic dust filters in the front and on the cover should be emphasized. The filter on the lid is exactly at the level of the case. Thus there are no protruding edges. Only the I/O panel has a few workmanship flaws.

Housing type Midi Tower
Dimensions (W x H x D) 215 x 474 x 455 mm
Color Exterior & Interior : White or Black
Material Steel, tempered glass, plastic
Drives 4x 2.5 inch
2x 3.5/2.5 inch
Fan, pre-installed back:
1x 120 mm fan
2x 120 mm fan
Extension slots 7
Mainboards Mini ITX, Micro ATX, ATX
I/O connections 2x USB 3.0, HD Audio
Power supply unit Standard ATX PSU (optional)
Fan Support Front:
3x 120 mm or 2x 140 mm
2x 120 mm or 1x 140 mm
Back side:
1x 120 mm
Radiator Support Front:
max. 360 mm
Clearance cooler height CPU:
up to 170 mm
Graphics card length:
up to 370 mm
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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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