Corsair Carbide Air 540 Pro Reviews
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"If I can sum up my experience with this case, it’s the following: we need more manufacturers to think like this. Corsair is relatively new to the computer case scene, and with every release they seem to deliver an enclosure that contains features you just don’t find in many other cases. I can say with certainty this is a case I would wholly recommend to anyone that likes to tinker inside their builds, as I’ve never had such an easy time working around inside a computer case."
"I can see this chassis proving popular with those who like to show off their rigs, there is a lot of space inside the 540 for customisation and certainly a lot of room for water cooling. This is a great case now, but has the potential to be ever better if you have the time and money to invest in it."
"Overall we think the Carbide Air 540 is a unique chassis. A quick check here in the Netherlands shows that the Carbide Air 540 can be found for 115 EUR already, and that I feel is a price I'd be comfortable with. Though not cheap it seems fair, honestly you can not go wrong with it and you receive a two year warranty as well. If you need a simple not too big chassis, then the Air 540 should by high on your short-list. For the money you really great a high-end class chassis with all black design up-to and including the cabling. It's tool-free and has enough storage space. Inside there is plenty of room to work in and to manage your cabling. There's lots of meshes and additional cooling options and the cherry on top of it all are the USB 3.0 headers."
"The Carbide AIR 540’s unique design has one sole purpose: optimal airflow for the internal components. It accomplishes this by utilizing what Corsair calls a “dual chamber” layout which pushes the storage drives, power supply and 5.25” drives to the “rear” of the motherboard tray. Typically, this area isn’t large enough for anything but SSDs and cable routing but the AIR’s layout expands the space to a size that will easily accommodate an ATX power supply."
"A well-implemented breath of fresh air for the chassis market."