Corsair unveils Bulldog PC chassis

Corsair unveils Bulldog PC chassis

Corsair has made headlines once again thanks to the announcement of a new and interesting PC chassis called Bulldog. The most interesting fact around Bulldog is that it will ship with a pre-installed maintenance-free liquid cooling solution as well as with a pre-installed Corsair SF600 PSU with a 80 Plus Gold certificate and 600W of power output.

The new Bulldog case is entirely made of stainless steel and measures 381 x 457 x 133 mm for total weight of around 5 kilograms. The case supports just mini-ITX motherboards, video cards that are up to 300 mm long, CPU coolers that are up to 90 mm tall and SFX PSUs that are up to 190 mm long. The case has enough space for a single 2.5-inch drive and a single 3.5-inch drive but if you remove the 3.5-inch drive you can add three more 2.5-inch hard drives or SSDs. On the outside the Bulldog has space for two external drives. In addition to this the new Corsair case arrives with two 92-mm cooling fans but if this is not enough, you can fit a 120 mm fan in there too. If users choose so, Corsair can ship the case with a pre-installed Gigabyte Z170N-WiFi motherboard but this will cost you a bit more.

The Bulldog is now available. The version with a liquid cooler and a PSU sells for USD 299, while the model, which also includes a motherboard, can be yours for USD 399.

Source: Corsair

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