Corsair launches their new 570X RGB Mirror Black Glass Chassis

When normal tempered glass isn't fancy enough

Corsair launches their new 70X RGB Mirror Black Glass Chassis

Corsair launches their new 570X RGB Mirror Black Glass Chassis

Everyone who is interested n PC hardware will be aware of the increasing popularity of RGB illuminated hardware and the use of Tempered Glass on modern case designs. Love it or hate it, it is undeniable that RGB sells products, with almost every motherboard and GPU manufacturer adding RGB illumination to their products in one form or another. 

Corsair has now decided to raise the bar with their new Crystal 570X RGB Mirror Black chassis, adding some additional design flair to their already striking 570X enclosure. This new model comes with RGB LED strips to illuminate the case's side panels and utilises Mirrored Tempered Glass side panels to provide a mirror finish when the case's lighting isn't powered and a transparent finish when powered, giving this already premium chassis another unique visual feature. 

Corsair has also changed their front and side Corsair Logo LEDs to offer RGB functionality, delivering another upgrade over existing 570X models, adding to the case's unique integrated lighting setup. Corsair has also updated this case's front I/O to offer a USB 3.1 Type-C port, which can be used with internal USB 3.1 motherboard headers. Corsair ships with chassis with three 120mm RGB LED fans.  

Corsair launches their new 70X RGB Mirror Black Glass Chassis


Right now this chassis is available to pre-order at Scan for £182.99, with a listed shipping date of February 22nd. Those who are interested in Corsair's 570X chassis design can read our Corsair 570X RGB case review here.   

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Most Recent Comments

19-02-2018, 13:43:53


19-02-2018, 14:16:44

To be honest THIS should have been out from the start instead of the other 570X's, Seriously how much extra development time would they have needed to put simple things such as an RGB logo, Vertical GPU mount, PSU shroud end cover and top end 280mm rad support ?

I'm betting they had this waiting in the wings round about the time they launched the 570X and held back so people who were annoyed with the first 570X may end up buying this one.Quote

19-02-2018, 14:45:52

Ooo now that does look niceQuote

19-02-2018, 17:26:51

That glass ruins it. Picture sure makes it look ugly.

Need to see it in person but it's the same as a 570x so I wouldn't touch it.Quote

19-02-2018, 17:34:34

Looks cool, runs hot.Quote

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