Corsair launches Carbide Series 500R gaming PC case

Corsair comes up with a new mid-tower PC chassis for DYI enthusiasts, offering cooling flexibility, innovative cable-management system, easy side panel access and tool-free drive installation, plus wide range of I/O ports.

The Carbide Series 500R mid-tower case supports ATX, mATX motherboards, has a side mesh panel with a 200mm fan for additional GPU cooling, and offers movable hard drive cages for installation of graphics cards of up to 452mm in length. It is equipped with four fans – two 120mm in front, one 120mm at the back  and one 200mm on the side, offering “superior airflow.” The case has  integrated four 5.25” drive bays and six removable 3.5-inch drive cages with 2.5” compatibility. On its front I/O panel, the case offers two USB 3.0, FireWire,  and  Headphone and  MIC ports on the front panel, plus a fan LED on/off switch.

Carbide Series 500R Mid Tower Case

The Carbide Series 500R comes in arctic white and graphite gray variants and is now available for $139.

Source: Corsair

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