CES 2016 - Corsair has just unveiled two new Carbide cases at CES, arriving in the form of the Carbide Quite 400Q and Carbide Clear 400C which Corsair says "are both easy to build with, easy to clean, and liquid cooling capable".
Both of the new cases feature room to install a 360mm radiator in the front, a 240mm radiator up top, and a 120mm radiator at the read. Corsair's Direct Airflow technology also directs the air to the hottest components from two included Corsair AF series fans.
Even though both of the chassis are mid-towers, they're both capable of housing a full ATX motherboard, and multiple GPUs if that's what you're after.
In greater detail, the Carbide Quiet 400Q features sound-damping material in the front panel, side panel and top panels that quieten down the entire system.
The Carbide Clear 400C "packs high performance into a clear and compact case design", explains Corsair. With a huge full-sized panel window, you'll receive a great view into the system showing off your components. The all-steel exterior front and top panels "complement the design with clean, modern lines".
Corsair is making both the Carbide 400Q and Carbide 400C available next month for $99.99.
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