One of fun aspects of building your own PC is being able to pick and choose the various components, such as the motherboard, the RAM, the GPU, and also the case. Some builders might not be fussed about cases, while others want a case that can show off the innards of their builds.

If you’re in the latter camp and are in the market for a new PC case, Corsair might have something for you. At Computex 2018, Corsair unveiled their new Crystal Series 280X RGB MATX cases. It should be noted that these are for smaller builds which means that if you’re after a case that will support full-sized motherboards and GPUs, you’ll probably have to look elsewhere.

However if you want a more compact build, then this could be for you. The case will feature the use of tempered glass on the top, front, and sides of the case and will come preinstalled with fans. There will be a non-RGB which will come with regular fans and not the lit-up ones, but other than that they’re similar in specs, which includes support for GPUs of up to 300mm in length.

As for pricing, the non-RGB version will be priced at $110 while the RGB model will go for $160 and should already be available for purchase via authorized retailers and distributors.

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