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Corsair Carbide Spec

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Underneath, the Spec-Alpha looks pretty standard for the most part. There are clear indications here that the Spec-Alpha borrows many of its design cues from the highly anticipated and yet to be released Bulldog. I t can be transported with relative ease, while still managing to hold a respectable amount of very high-end hardware. The opposite side of the case is where all the showing off takes place as the pressed section of this door features a nice large Perspex window. The dimensions of the Spec-Alpha are fairly typical for a mid-tower, measuring 474mm tall, 518mm deep and 220mm wide - giving it a 54L capacity. .

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Corsair Carbide Spec

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From the front, the Spec-Alpha can only be described as unique. For review we have the very flashy white and red color scheme - which, I must say I am really loving. Finally, there is also a black and red case which should appeal to a lot of people. As you can see, the left side features a solid panel, though even this is far from boring, featuring a double angled surface. You can generally expect to see around four times as many mid-towers available as any other form factor at major online retailers.

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Corsair Carbide Spec

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Up top we find a similar look to that of the front, with the black mesh and red bezel to the right, and the angled solid white panel to the left. Still this makes the Spec-Alpha a relatively light mid-tower, particularly given that it only uses steel and plastics. Again, there are more crazy angles seen here and the mesh panel also features a second insert that is stepped further back into the façade. Despite being slightly smaller, the Raven X weighs the same 5. Opposite it is a large ventilated section featuring a black honeycomb grille surrounded by a red bezel. A large section of the door has been pressed out to provide additional room inside for routing cables behind the motherboard tray. Even from this angle, the Spec-Alpha looks impressive, with the front and top red highlights and those aggressive angular feet at the bottom, which we will discuss in more detail shortly.

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Corsair Obsidian 500D Tempered Glass Gehäuse im Test

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From the right side we find a solid white door panel which has been given a nice white paint job that almost has a hint of pearl in it. Dubbed the Spec-Alpha, this is a case that we very much expect to be a dominant force for a few reasons. With so many options available, competition is fierce, meaning that there are a number of excellent choices out there. Those are similar dimensions to the Raven X, which features a 52L capacity, though the Silverstone case wastes quite a lot of that on its oversized plastic panels. Even from above, the Spec-Alpha looks great, and I particularly like the subtle look of the red spider web type design under the honeycomb grill. Speaking of the , it's another case geared towards gamers, and is quite good - however, its more traditional 'boxy' design is a bit on the drab side.

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Obsidian Series 1000D Premium Super

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The real highlight here are those four tall feet, the front feet in particular really help emphasise the aggressive design of the Spec-Alpha and as you will see in the photos they look pretty special. The edgy angular façade is intriguing to look at, and the two tone colour scheme adds to the excitement. Initially, I was hoping for the black and grey design, but I'm now quite happy with the more flamboyant white and red. . . . .

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Corsair Crystal 460X RGB Reviews

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