Corsair reveals their new 3500X chassis, and its surprisingly affordable

Corsair showcases their new 3500X PC case at Computex 2024

We were at the Corsair booth at Computex 2024, but sadly it was a little too crowded for us to get some decent pics. But that won’s stop us from talking to you about what they had on show. Meet the Corsair 3500X, a new PC case that’s made for larger GPUs, up to EATX motherboards, and supports ASUS BTF and MSI Project Zero Back-Connect motherboards. (We will note here that Gigabyte has revealed a back-connect motherboard at Computex)

With a starting price of £84.99, the new 3500X is surprisingly affordable, given its size and extensive use of tempered glass. That said, this baseline model ships with no fans. There are more costly ARGB, and iCUE LINK RGB versions that will be available that ship with included fans.

Fan-wise, this case supports up to ten 120mm fans. If you are into custom liquid cooling, you should know that this case can support two 360mm radiators. One 360mm liquid cooling radiator at the top and another on the side of this case.

Overall, what this case offers is strong airflow and a neat aesthetic with its wrap-around tempered glass and back-connect motherboard support. Technically, you can order this new case from Corsair now, but they are currently on backorder. Broad availability for this case is expected later this month. The 3500X will be available in both Black and White.

You can join the discussion on the Corsair 3500X on the OC3D Forums.

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