Corsair's excellent case line up gets a new addition this month, the mini-ITX 2000D. Available with or without RGB fans, this Mini ITX chassis is slim but tall, allowing for high-end builds with a smaller footprint on the desk.
The Corsair 2000D launches today in both black and white colour options. While this is a Mini-ITX case, it has plenty of room for high-end hardware, including graphics cards up to 365mm long, as well as a 360mm AIO liquid cooler and an SFX-L power supply. In all, the case measures in at 271mm x 200mm, so it leaves a small footprint, making it easier to fit on top of a desk, or in a smaller room.
Since the case is quite tall, it supports three front fans and has space for five additional fans inside for optimal cooling for critical components. The case comes pre-equipped with three Corsair AF120 Slim fans. You'll also find mech panels, allowing for cool air to be drawn into the system.
On the front panel, you will find a USB 3.2 Type-C port, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports and a 3.5mm jack for headphones. For storage, you'll find several mounting points inside, providing room for up to three 2.5-inch SSDs.
The Corsair 2000D AIRFLOW RGB and non-RGB versions will be available starting this month, with prices starting at £109.99. If you ever run into issues, there is a seven-year warranty, so your purchase will be protected and covered.
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KitGuru Says: Leo will be reviewing this shortly, so stay tuned for a more in-depth look at the case and our thoughts on using it in a PC build.