Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid-Tower ATX PC Case (208 Individually Addressable RGB LEDs, Fits Multiple 360mm Radiators, Three CORSAIR LL120 RGB Fans & COMMANDER CORE XT Controller Included) Black
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At the bottom, we see the PSU opening, but it is also when we realized Corsair placed a screw in the top of each top hinge, locking the swinging panels to the chassis, for now. What may appear to be cooling vents in the top, front and floor are actually better described as viewing ports for the ARGB lighting. Whether you’re a casual or a hard-core gamer, Norton 360 for Gamers provides multiple layers of protection for your devices, game accounts, and digital assets.
The fact that access to the HDD cage and to remove the PSU cover's plastic portion all have hidden thumbscrews, and to top that off, one of the cage screws were secured way too tight, making things even tougher, and the hole for the plastic PSU cover part was stripped out of the box. Corsair starts around the back with the names in the upper left-hand corner, and over half of the panel is used for the exploded diagram of the iCUE 5000T RGB. We placed Corsair’s iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT 2x120mm closed-loop cooler as far back on the top panel as the chassis allowed, so that it would pull heat away from the motherboard’s CPU voltage regulator.
That said, with a somewhat compact cable channel, things are a bit tight on the front-facing right edge. With anything else we get, the "//insert name here" has always been visible, but here they partially hide it with the chassis frame. Not only does the angled portion with the Corsair name printed on it come out, but so does the fan frame portion. By that time, I’d already self-published some guidelines on hardcore PC stuff: pin-modifying processors to defeat compatibility checks and overclock non-overclockable systems.
Outlets and voltage differ internationally and this product may require an adapter or converter for use in your destination.This system allows us to produce a substantial amount of heat and effectively test the Corsair iCUE 5000T‘s cooling capabilities. Fan mounts: 3x 120mm/2x 140mm front, 3x 120/2x 140mm roof, 1x 120mm rear, 3x 120mm motherboard tray.
With 160 RGB LEDs integrated into the front, roof, and floor panels, plus 48 individually addressable LEDs in the included fans *, you’ll never experience a dull moment as you immerse yourself in amazing multi-zone lighting. Two combo drive bays and three SSD mounts allow multiple combinations of SSDs and HDDs up to a total of five 2. Out of the box, it runs the fans in Quiet Mode, but you also have Balanced, Extreme, and Zero RPM modes.The 5000T RGB’s distinctive contours and angular accents offer a unique look that no other case can match. Includes three CORSAIR LL120 RGB fans with 16 individually addressable RGB LEDs per fan, controllable via PWM from 600 - 1,500 RPM, for powerful airflow and high-impact lighting. Easy to build in, feature-rich, and well-made, the Corsair iCUE 5000T is an excellent case for RGB lovers.
While Corsair provides us with no fan specifications, a quick trip to the product page shows us they top out at 1500 RPM.With that done, they added extra RGB flair and some quality-of-life improvements to really make it stand out as the flagship in this series of cases. The front-panel’s drop-down center section contains a screwed-in dust filter, which can probably be rinsed by those willing to take it apart (though compressed air is easier to use). Two Tool-Free Hinged Side Panels: Enjoy easy access to your system with one hinged tempered glass panel to show off your components and lighting, and one hinged steel panel.