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Old 12-03-19, 01:06 PM
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Corsair Crystal 680X RGB Review



Need a double chambered case with support for EATX motherboards?


Corsair Crystal 680X RGB Review

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Old 12-03-19, 02:48 PM
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I find it a bit disappointing that you really did not touch on airflow, temperatures and noise levels like you used to do, this case and the 678C look like immense hotboxes because of their lack of proper intakes and lack of options


Furthermore, the dust filter design on this should have been a straight knock down on the case design given how much of a faf it is to get them out, and if watercooled with a custom loop you could forget about rigid tubing, handling the brackets one handed with a meaty radiator on it just to clean out a filter is going to be a annoying hurdle pretty quickly.


Personally, i wouldn't have given this any award because this and the 678C are bad designs with terrible, TERRIBLE prices and lackluster features.
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Old 13-03-19, 04:56 PM
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I find it a bit disappointing that you really did not touch on airflow, temperatures and noise levels like you used to do, this case and the 678C look like immense hotboxes because of their lack of proper intakes and lack of options


Furthermore, the dust filter design on this should have been a straight knock down on the case design given how much of a faf it is to get them out, and if watercooled with a custom loop you could forget about rigid tubing, handling the brackets one handed with a meaty radiator on it just to clean out a filter is going to be a annoying hurdle pretty quickly.


Personally, i wouldn't have given this any award because this and the 678C are bad designs with terrible, TERRIBLE prices and lackluster features.
Things have changed a lot over the last few years, less reviews more advertising (brand dependant). Don't bite the hand that feeds comes to mind
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Lets hope 678c isnt the temps their expecting internally ! !
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