CORSAIR 7000D AIRFLOW Full-Tower ATX Case
The CORSAIR 7000D ATX Case From CORSAIR. This CORSAIR 7000D ATX Case for the most ambitious builds, with an airflow-optimized steel front panel for maximum air intake. CORSAIR Rapid Route cable management easily keeps your cables hidden from sight, while a massive interior enables a multitude of cooling options, including up to 12x 120mm fans or up to three simultaneous 360mm radiators. CORSAIR 7000D AIRFLOW Case Three included 140mm CORSAIR Air Guide fans that deliver concentrated airflow for enhanced cooling, and customizable side fan mounts hold up to a 420mm radiator. Show off your components behind a tool-free tempered glass panel and add your own personal touch with a customizable windowed PSU shroud complete with a three-slot vertical GPU mount. With room for up to ten storage drives, CORSAIR 7000D AIRFLOW Case front I/O panel including a USB Type-C port and four USB 3.0 ports, and easy-access hinged side doors, you can build your legacy in the 7000D AIRFLOW.
This CORSAIR 7000D AIRFLOW Case physical characteristics are impossible to ignore. (Think monolith.) The 7000D Airflow weighs in at 43.6 pounds empty and hulks up your desk with measurements of 23.6 by 9.8 by 21.7 inches (HWD).
CORSAIR 7000D AIRFLOW Case is quite large compared with most other cases, but mere numbers don’t quite do justice to explain how cumbersome this case is to move around in person. Nothing on the chassis can serve as a handle to help you get a grip, and the sheer depth makes it tricky to situate on any but the biggest desks or workbenches. Ask a family member or friend to help move it around.
After you get the case set up somewhere stable, your relationship with it will be a lot less strained. Both the left and right side panels are attached with rear-mounted hinges, but they lack any sort of handle or notch to grasp. You will need to wedge your fingers in the gap between the doors and the chassis to pop them open, and we’d like to see a clear grip point. Having the doors on hinges does make the case easy to open up and work on, though, especially given the left side and its giant glass panel. With many chassis, every removal of a loose glass side panel is a potential crack-up waiting to happen. Not so much here.