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Corsair Carbide 110Q is a no-frills entry-level case

Posted on Monday, October 14 2019 @ 11:24:51 CEST by


TechPowerUp got its hands on details and photos of the Corsair Carbide 110Q. This is a new entry-level case that focuses on low noise, it's a mid-tower model with an all-black design and a relatively clean, but uninspiring, design.

Compared with the Carbide 100R and 100Q, the main difference is that the 110Q has just one instead of two 5.25" device bays. You also get a more pronounced fake brushed metal front and the front I/O has been moved from the front to the top and now includes two USB 3.1 Type-A ports and headpone + microphone jacks. Pricing is expected to be around $60.
The internal layout of this case is identical to the 100-series, with the addition of two 2.5-inch mounts behind the motherboard tray, and the 2-bay 3.5-inch drive cage being detachable. The "Q" brand extension in 110Q denoted "quiet," and the case's various panels have noise absorbing foam lining.
Carbide 110Q

Carbide 110Q



 



 

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