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CORSAIR revolutionizes design with the new Dual Chamber PC Case Series

CORSAIR today announced two new lines of dual-chamber PC chassis, introduced under the 6500 and 2500 models

Building on the successful performance of the 680X and 280X models, these new series offer unprecedented levels of customization, accommodating both those looking for ample mid-tower space with the 6500 and those who prefer the compactness of the mid-tower design of 2500 for a micro-ATX system.

CORSAIR revolutionizes design with the new Dual Chamber PC Case Series CORSAIR revolutionizes design with the new Dual Chamber PC Case Series

New CORSAIR Cases: Dual-chamber design with 6500 and 2500 Series

Il layout a doppia camera simplifies assembly, improves cooling efficiency, and brings a sleek, professional look to every setup. THE new cases support the latest rear-connector motherboardssuch as ASUS BTF and MSI Project Zero, simplifying assembly and reducing cables in the main chamber thanks to the ecosystem CORSAIR iCUE LINK. We have already reviewed it for you, here Who the full review.

The models 6500D AIRFLOW e 2500D AIRFLOW they are designed for optimal cooling performance, characterized by mesh panels on all sides to promote effective air flow. For those who favor aesthetics, i 6500X and 2500X models offer a breathtaking view of the system thanks to tempered glass panels.

The dual-chamber configuration allows you to separate the cooling and cable management zones, ensuring direct airflow to all components. THE AIRFLOW models include radiator anchor points for maximum cooling flexibilitywhile the X models can accommodate three radiators, guaranteeing exceptional dissipation performance.

The 6500 and 2500 Series cases feature simplified assembly features, including CORSAIR Quikturn fan screws, tool-less removable front panels, fabric pull tabs, and flexible doubleshot eyelets.

For greater customization, builders can take advantage of a wide range of optional accessories, such as wood or aluminum panels, vertical GPU mounts and more, all available on the CORSAIR online store.

“We are upholding quite a legacy of dual-chamber cases, and we really wanted to raise the stakes and make these cases the most attractive models for assembly,” explains Aaron Neal, Director of DIY Product Marketing at CORSAIR. “Enthusiasts of the 680X and 280X will find that we stay true to our promise but do even more, integrating numerous new features with the aim of optimizing the PC building experience.”

Anyone trying their hand at assembling a new system for the first time, be it a mid-tower or SFF configuration, cannot fail to consider a 6500 or 2500 series case and install the new iCUE LINK RX Series fans that They offer unrivaled cooling performance for radiators.

Availability and prices

Double chamber PC cases CORSAIR 6500 Series e 2500 Series I am immediately available in the CORSAIR online store and at the CORSAIR network of authorized resellers and distributors present throughout the world. Accessories for the 6500 Series and 2500 Series are available directly in the CORSAIR online store.

The 6500 Series and 2500 Series models are covered by a two-year warranty and are backed by CORSAIR customer service and technical support available worldwide.

For up-to-date pricing on the 6500 Series and 2500 Series cases and related accessories, see the CORSAIR website or contact your local CORSAIR sales or PR representatives.

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