Carbide Series 270R Windowed ATX Mid-Tower CaseRugged, Sleek and Simple Carbide Series 270R is compact and engineered for building high-performance yet minimalist systems.Feature(s):Builder-friendly internal layoutVersatile cooling optionsExpans..
Corsair Carbide Series 270R Mid-Tower ATX Case, Windowed
Carbide Series 270R Windowed ATX Mid-Tower Case
Rugged, Sleek and Simple
Carbide Series 270R is compact and engineered for building high-performance yet minimalist systems.
Builder-friendly internal layout
Versatile cooling options
Expansive storage space
Clean and minimalist exterior design
Built-in cable routing
Direct Airflow Path
Look Hot. Run Cold.
Take advantage of direct airflow cooling as well as eample room for radiators in the front, top and rear. Keep your rig running cool and quiet with 270R's enormous cooling potential.
Keep it Clean
Unobstructive exterior panels provide an understated look for an overall clean and minimalist design. The subtle cable routing compartment makes it even easier to achieve an effortlessly clean build.
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