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Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA Mid-Tower Chassis Review

By Chad Sebring from Oct 15, 2018 @ 10:00 CDT
TweakTown Rating: 95%Manufacturer: Corsair





Keeping things simple on the outside, Corsair opts for plain cardboard. On it we see the Corsair name and logo at the top, some stickers blocking the rendering of the chassis in the middle, and the full name of the chassis at the bottom of the panel.





The right side of the box begins with a sticker denoting which of the three options is inside of the box. Under the handle, we see three sets of specifications, as well as renderings showing the front of the chassis and the left side, both with measurements shown.




The back of the box has the company and product name at the top, with an exploded diagram of the chassis using up most of the space. Across the bottom, we see fix features wrote out, which are marked in the diagram above.




The last exterior panel is nearly identical to what we saw on the other side of the box. The only difference is that the specifications shown on this side are in three different languages that what we saw previous to this.




The chassis comes with plastic on the front of the chassis as well as on both sides of the tempered glass, before the whole enclosure is placed inside of a plastic bag. It is then almost entirely protected by thick, dense foam, with caps at the front and back, as well as a section covering the window. Everything was done to ensure the Spec-Omega shows up in perfect working condition, and as expected our chassis showed up without a single blemish.

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