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Corsair debuts 3500X mid-tower starting at £84.99

Today, Corsair is launching its latest mid-tower PC case. The new Corsair 3500X series chassis is designed for builders seeking something that ticks the boxes for cooling, compatibility and aesthetics at an affordable price.

The Corsair 3500X takes on a popular design with a wraparound tempered glass panel, offering a clear view of your system from the front and side. It is also designed for the new wave of BTF motherboards, where all of the plugs are moved to the back of the motherboard, allowing you to route shorter cables and plug everything in at the back of the case, keeping the front of your system looking clean.

Due to the tempered glass front, the fan placement in this case is different to your standard mid-tower. Instead, you get three fans on the back side, three in the roof and you can add extra fans in the bottom of the case too. There is also an exhaust fan exactly where you would expect to find it.

The 3500X can accommodate radiators up to 360mm in the roof or side, so you can make good use of Corsair's Hydro X custom cooling gear, or you can opt for a big AIO. The case comes with an included iCUE Link hub and three RX120 RGB fans pre-installed. If you want some ARGB in your life, then the ARGB edition of the case comes with three RS120 fans pre-installed instead.

The Corsair 3500X and its ARGB counterpart will be available in Q3, in black or white, starting at £84.99.

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