- May 27, 2011
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Hi my fellow casemodders...it's Kier again
It's time for a new build with the beautiful Corsair Carbide Air 540.
Saw this case for the first time at some pictures from Computex 2013. And think it has a lot of potential
A good looking case with numerous possibilities for air cooling and watercooling ofcourse.
Time to think of some nice ideas and cut it in pieces.
Still have some hardware laying around for this build, which of course may change in the future of the build.
CPU: i7 2600K
GPU: GTX680 x2
PSU: CM silent pro Platinum 1000w
Fans: xigmatek xof-f1251 6x
SSD: OCZ Vertex2 120GB
HDD: WD Green power 1TB
RAM: Corsair Dominators 8GB1600C7
Radiators: EK-CoolStream RAD XT (240) + EK-CoolStream RAD XT (360)
GPU blocks: EK-FC680 GTX+ - Acetal+Nickel 2x
CPU blosk: EK-Supremacy (old style)
Pump: Laing DDC-1Plus MCP355 + EKWB top
Tubes: Acrylic tubes 12/10mm
And a lot of BP and EKWB fittings
First of al some pics and a small review of the case.... The Corsair Carbide Air 540.
And here it is.
Dimension: 415mm x 332mm x 458mm
Material: Steel and plastic
Beautiful full side panel window
(x2) USB 3.0
Removable front dust filter.
There is space for 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm fans or ofcourse a radiator
Front space for 2 x 140mm, 3 x 120mm fan or also a radiator
3x AF140L 140mm fans included
The two AF140L 140mm fans
And the 3e included AF140L 140mm fan
8 expansion Slots
Dual 3.5” hot swap bays
4x 2.5” tool-free SSD drive cages
5.25" drive bay
Cable routing cutouts with rubber grommets
All necessary cables present
Maximum PSU length 200mm
Time to place some hardware and see how it looks
Maximum GPU Length 320mm
If your going for air...Maximum CPU Cooler Height 170mm
More to come!!!