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What’s Really Going In? The Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB Case Reviewed

Anyone interested in larger cases will sooner or later miss the Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB. It offers a lot of storage space for the components and various cooling elements. However, we asked ourselves what really fits into the case. We equipped ourselves with three 280 radiators and tried to set up a high-end system that would still be quiet. But before we go into the details of the system, let’s take a closer look at the case.

Crystal Series 680X RGB

Technical Details

Model Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB white
Housing type Midi Tower
Dimensions 344 mm (W) x 505 mm (H) x 423 mm (D)
Weight approx. 11.58 kg
Material Steel, Tempered Glass, Plastic
Color white (also available in black)
Front connections 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 3.0 Type C, 1x microphone / headphones combined
Drive bays 3x 3.5″ (internal)
4x 2.5″ (internal)
Extension slots 8 (horizontal), 2 (vertical)
Form factors E-ATX, ATX, mATX, ITX
Ventilation Front: 3x 120 mm (standard RGB ) / 2x 140 mm
Lid: 2x 140 mm / 2x 120 mm
Rear: 1x 120 mm (standard) / 1x 140 mm
bottom: 2x 120 mm / 2 x 140 mm
Radiators Front: 280 mm / 360 mm
Lid: 240 mm / 280 mm
Back side: 120 mm
bottom: 240 mm / 280 mm
Max. CPU cooler height 180 mm
Max. Graphics card length 505 mm
Power supply unit ATX
mains part length 225 mm
Price € 250.00
Special features addressable RGB fans, Tempered Glass, dual chamber layout
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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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