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Old 02-27-2014, 02:54 PM   #1
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Corsair Carbide 540 Air

I’ve always been interested in a Case Labs Mercury S5 case. After a couple here grabbed some, I saw the Corsair Carbide 540 Air for a fraction of the price. Lately, I noticed Frozen is offering a special custom powder coat version with options for WC'ing. The pics show rads and stuff inside the case and gives a really good idea of how stuff will fit, etc. Just for information purposes so far, I’m still pretty fresh in my current case, but I’ve always liked the shape of the lower cube cases. You could throw your pump and res in the back chamber and a 120.3 (front) and a 120.2 (top).

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Case Labs Mercury S5

One thing that I noticed is I’ve always been keen for a side panel fan and lately a back side fan. I could always drill them out later if actually needed.

Granted it’s not a Case Labs Mercury S5, but, it is nice.
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