Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Mid-Tower Chassis Review (Page 2)

| Jul 30, 2019 at 8:00 am CDT
Rating: 84%Manufacturer: Corsair



The main panel of the case shows the 220T with the 'Graphite Series' moniker. However, this is incorrect as this is a very early sample and the chassis now is officially named Corsair iCUE 220T RGB. It is rightfully listed as RGB since it comes preinstalled with the Lighting Node CORE RGB controller.

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The first of the thinner sides shows mechanical mock-ups of the 220T RGB. There is also a decal at the top listing this 220T as including triple RGB fans, black finish, and a glass panel. This panel is finished with the spec sheet printed in multiple languages.

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The other main panel we find an exploded view of the 220T RGB, and I specify that as it shows the preinstalled fans and the Lighting Node CORE installed in the chassis. One thing I find funny is they have a parts breakdown, and it is translated into seven languages, with one being English. The only item not translated is Lighting Node CORE, which is just the same thing in every language. Ok, so maybe it's not that funny, but sometimes silly/simple things entertain me.

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The final thinner side of the packaging is the same as the previous small side, sans labels, of course.

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The case comes out of the box wrapped in a plastic bag and hard Styrofoam end caps enveloping the edges. The side tempered glass comes film covered on the exterior while the internal cables are tied back well enough to avoid errant scratches to the panel. When opening the box be careful as pulling the end Styrofoam cap reveals a bagged manual which we will look at in the accessory section.

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