Corsairâ€™s Carbide Series Air 540 and 330R are Seriously Cool04-Oct-2013
Among the many products Corsair chose to unveil at Computex this year, one of the cooler (literally and figuratively) ones is its new Carbide Series Air 540, a high airflow mid-tower chassis with a wider form factor than most traditional cases. It's built that way to accommodate two "side-by-side" chambers and a Direct Airflow Path layout, which is Corsair's way of explaining a design meant to offer exceptional cooling at low noise levels. The main chamber houses the motherboard and hot-swap 3.5-inch drives, while the second chamber is home to the power supply, SSDs, and 5.25-inch optical drives, which sit behind the motherboard tray. Corsair says that the separate compartments make building a system inside the case a breeze.