Tuesday, May 8th 2018

CORSAIR Launches New SPEC-OMEGA RGB Case

CORSAIR , a world leader in PC gaming peripherals and enthusiast components, today announced the launch of the new CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB enthusiast PC case. Building on the award-winning angular tempered glass design of the SPEC-OMEGA, the SPEC-OMEGA RGB adds stunning RGB lighting courtesy of two CORSAIR HD120 RGB LED fans and a custom 30-LED RGB lighting strip integrated into the case's front fascia. Powered by an included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO digital RGB lighting controller, a total of 54 RGB LEDs illuminate your PC in stunning lighting effects and patterns, fully customizable using CORSAIR iCUE software and ready to go right out of the box.

Available in either white or black, SPEC-OMEGA RGB boasts unmistakable asymmetrical design and tempered glass panels to the front and side, making it the perfect backdrop for 54 RGB LEDs of customizable lighting. There's a lot more to see behind the sharp angles and lighting though; a new removable PSU cover and a wealth of cable tie-downs, routing holes and grommets make hiding cables and connectors out of view easy. SPEC-OMEGA is also built with maximum compatibility in mind, able to fit up to a huge 360mm liquid cooling radiator, such as that used on the CORSAIR Hydro Series H150i PRO, so there needn't be compromises on parts when your building system. Created to show off, and light up, your PC, this is the ultimate SPEC.
Availability, Warranty and Pricing
The CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB is available immediately from the CORSAIR worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors as well as direct from the CORSAIR webstore.

The CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB is backed by a comprehensive two-year warranty and the CORSAIR worldwide customer support network.

For up-to-date and regional pricing of the Carbide Series SPEC-OMEGA RGB, please refer to the CORSAIR website or contact your local CORSAIR sales or PR representative

Product Launch Video
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7 Comments on CORSAIR Launches New SPEC-OMEGA RGB Case

#2
Sp33d Junki3
Tsukiyomi91 said:
now that is one case I would buy. XD
Very bad and non-exist front intake.
The stupid allen key side panel, which Corsair knows is one of the dumbest idea from the R275 release and bad reviews for it.
What is Corsair Dev/RND team even thinking?
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#3
sam_86314
Sp33d Junki3 said:
Very bad and non-exist front intake.
The stupid allen key side panel, which Corsair knows is one of the dumbest idea from the R275 release and bad reviews for it.
What is Corsair Dev/RND team even thinking?
Such is the sad state of the case industry.
I'll stick with my Enthoo Pro M.
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#4
coonbro
like said with the side panel amd the screws / thumb screws [that you expect on a 30-60 $ case ] why ? I got to admit that flat Allen screw deal on the side door is pretty dumb and I cat see any thing practical about them . if something started to smoke your in no hurry to get in there and put it out with them in the way / bad idea [opinion ]

corsair offered latchable and hinged on cases [too bad non locking ] like there graphite 760 and 730 [full tower as well ] as low a 140 bucks .


then I guess this is all folks look for / gimmicks not anything in practical use or build

''a custom 30-LED RGB lighting strip integrated into the case's front fascia. Powered by an included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO digital RGB lighting controller, a total of 54 RGB LEDs illuminate your PC in stunning lighting effects and patterns, fully customizable using CORSAIR iCUE software and ready to go right out of the box. ''

I like to worry about whats being put on my display then what my case is looking like or on the inside . with all that RGB lighting crap why not add a copy of 1970's disco duck to play along with them ? that could be a added strong selling point as well
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#5
Dave65
That side panel tho:shadedshu:
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#6
coonbro
I wonder if you got to hold it up with one hand when you try to remove the last allen screw holding that allen wrench with your other to keep it from falling cockeyed and getting the last screw in a bind to prevent it stripping things out ?
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