Corsair To Release 4000D AIRFLOW chassis with advanced cable management

Corsair is preparing to release the 4000D chassis, aimed at mid-range gaming desktops, and we have the first photos. The mid-tower will allow the use of ATX motherboards and it has an innovative RapidRoute cable management system with fixed cable ties.

The chassis has seven expansion cards. The graphics card can be mounted vertically. The chassis will provide the flexibility to form an air or liquid cooling system. In the second case, it is possible to use cooling radiators up to 360 mm. The top panel features a USB 3.x Type-A port, a USB Type-C connector, and a combined audio jack. The novelty will be offered in four modifications: these are options with a “blank” and a mesh front panel, for each of which there are black and white-gray colors.

The CORSAIR 4000D AIRFLOW is a mid-tower ATX case with easy cable management and exceptional cooling. A steel front panel offers optimal airflow to your components, accompanied by two included 120mm AirGuide fans designed with anti-vortex vanes that enhance cooling. The CORSAIR RapidRoute cable management system makes it effortless to route major cables through a single channel, with 25mm of routing depth.

An Amazon listing popped up on this chassis, it would become available coming September 15th, 2020 for $79 and in four versions with the primary color tones being black and white.

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