|Memory Speed||1200 MHz|
CORSAIR CARBIDE SPEC-06 Mid-Tower Gaming Case, Tempered Glass- Black
|Color||Tempered Glass / Black|
|Item Weight||16.09 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.19 x 8.31 x 17.95 inches|
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- Beautiful tempered glass side panel shows off your system in style
- Integrated red front accent lighting adds dramatic illumination to your system
- Versatile cooling options with room for up to six 120mm fans and multiple radiator configurations
- Ample of room for additional drives with room for up to four 2.5in SSDs and two 3.5in HDDs
- Builder-friendly with simple and intuitive internal layout
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The CORSAIR Carbide Series SPEC-06 is a compact mid-tower ATX case that matches minimalist design and a beautiful tempered glass window with a straightforward interior layout and versatile cooling options. Room for an up to 360mm radiator in the front, 240mm radiator in the roof, and a 120mm radiator in the rear, allows you to fit any CORSAIR Hydro Series cooler or up to six 120mm cooling fans. A dedicated cable routing compartment and rubber grommets enable effortlessly clean builds, and Direct Airflow Path™ design provides airflow to the hottest components without any interference from drive cages. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4343 Opt #1
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-Overall, I'm pleased with the corsair and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a simplistic white/black build. Cable management during the build process wasnt too bad, and I'm satisfied with how well everything turned out. Just take a look at the before and after pics I provided if you're looking for a decent white case for a great price
Sidenote - I've been using the case for a month or so and I have yet to find any issues with the power button as a few other reviewers have noted.
But.... it does have one terrible flaw. At first I thought it was the power button. The case eschews a traditional push-button micro switch in favor of a membrane style momentary switch; an odd, square shaped affair that is supposed to respond to a light touch. Well, it usually does. However, after awhile it also appears to respond to anything near it. After testing and consulting with Corsair tech support, I came to the conclusion it's not actually the power button that is the problem. It's the whole I/O panel on top of the case.
The I/O panel has a tendency to begin acting up and rebooting when you don't want it to. It's as if touching anything within 6 inches or so of the I/O panel, the USB ports, etc. triggers a shutdown. It turns out, what is getting triggered is actually the reset button (NOTE: I still can't see where the dang reset button is in the first place, but the I/O panel has 2 wires for it... perhaps that is related to the problem at hand. LoL.)
I imagine it has something to do with galvanic skin response, and the change in electrical resistance when any living object (e.g. me, my kids, my dogs) touches the front of the case or the I/O panel. On my case, it started happening about a month after the new rig was built and operational.
The solution? Contact Corsair tech support, describe the problem, and wait for them to get back to you (2 business day turn-around) and offer to RMA you a new I/O panel. Accept their offer and swap out the replacement (which includes the corresponding wires).
The short-term/immediate fix is as follows: 1) disconnect the RESET switch wires from your mobo; 2) if using Windows OS, go into Control Panel > Power settings and change the action for what the PC does when you press the power button to "Nothing." In the event you need to force a shutdown/reboot, hold the power button down for 10 seconds or flip the switch on the back of your power supply off and then on again after a couple seconds.
Corsair tech support informed that they are aware of the problem but the only solution is to replace the IO panel with the same panel. I was informed that their engineers are looking into this issue further, but no solution is available at this point. (November 2018)
So I cannot recommend this case due to this issue. It's unfortunate, since the rest of the case is of high quality, nice setup and easy to build in.
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All in all, this is a very nice case, and the price isn't too much for what you get. Amazing aesthetically, not amazing for airflow, but it's still well sufficient.
There is, however, one notable flaw. It clearly says on the photo the case can fit up to 2 140mm fans on the top of the case but that is not the case (pun not intended). It can fit two 120mm fans or a single 140mm but if you were looking to fit two 140mm fans, you are out of luck.
-It can fit up to six 120mm fans
-radiator support is excellent
-front IO has two usb-3 ports
-it comes with a magnetic dust filter on top
-it can fit an ATX, MATX or even an ITX motherboard
-the tempered glass side panel is easy to remove and looks great
-it has plenty of slots for cable management
-it comes with two 120mm fans
-it comes with a nice power supply shroud
-underneath the shroud lies a cage for up to two 3.5” hard drives
-it comes with two slots for a 2.5” drive, they are located at the back which for some people can be a con because they won’t be visible at all.
-it can only fit one 140mm fan at the top
Overall, it is a great case and would recommend. It has no real cons but I was a little disappointed when I found out it can only fit one 140mm fan on top. It shouldn’t even be an issue for most people.
If I could, I would give it 4.5/5 stars but for now, It’ll get a 4 star rating. Would recommend.
The PSU and majority of the cables are hidden away in the lower compartment with rubber slots allowing them to be brought through to the motherboard aiding with clean cable management. The disk mounts are hidden away on the back panel which again aided with neatness.
I'm not too bothered about fancy lighting effects so the simple red LED slit on the front is enough for me although I'm unsure on whether that colour can be changed using software.
For the price the quality is excellent and as a long time PC gamer I highly recommend it if you want to keep costs down on your build.