|Item model number||CC-9011098-WW|
|Item Weight||24 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.89 x 20.15 x 921 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.89 x 20.15 x 921 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||November 21, 2016|
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Corsair Crystal 570X RGB Mid-Tower Case, 3 RGB Fans, Tempered Glass - Black
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- Four tempered glass panels on the front, top, and sides of the case / Three included SP120 RGB LED fans and integrated RGB controller
- Room for up to six case fans, and compatible with 360 millimeter, 280 millimeter, 240 millimeter, and 120 millimeter radiators / Removable fan trays in the front and top of the chassis
- Cable routing channels with included velcro cable straps for clean cable management / Easy access high speed USB 3.0 front panel
- Bright white LED backlit CORSAIR logo on front panel and PSU cover (removable); Case Material :Steel
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With immaculate tempered glass enclosing the entire chassis, every component of your build is on display for all to see, including three vivid SP120 RGB LED fans and a built-in LED controller.
The Final Frontier
Room for up to 6 case fans, and fully compatible with 360mm, 280mm, and 120mm radiators. Removable fan trays in the front and top of the chassis allows for additional space or mounting cooling outside of the chassis.
Four-panel Tempered Glass
With tempered glass enclosing the entire chassis, every component of your build is on display for all to see.
Light Up Your Build
With brilliant LED effects. Three included SP120 RGB LED fans and included LED controller keeps your components running cool.
Room For Practically Anything
Create as much space as you want with room for up to 6 case fans, virtually every size radiator or by removing fan trays.
Cable Management Made Simple
Cable routing channels with included velcro cable straps for clean cable management.
Direct Airflow Path
Drive cages are moved up and out of the path of cool air from the front intake fans and high-temperature components.
With tool-free drive installation and three-point dust filter access, the Corsair Crystal 570X is easy to build — and even easier to keep clean. You’ll spend less time on setup and maintenance, and more time enjoying your PC.
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With immaculate tempered glass enclosing the entire chassis, every component of your build is on display for all to see. The CORSAIR Crystal Series 570X provides enough space for virtually any size radiator and support for up to six case fans. With the three included SP120 RGB LED fans and built-in LED controller, you can liven up your build with brilliant lighting effects. Case drive bays- 3.5 inch ,2.5 inch; Compatible corsair liquid coolers H55, H60, H75, H80i, H90, H100i, H105, H110
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That said, this case does have some serious issues. The lack of a cover for the front of the power supply bay is a horrible oversight. This is especially true considering that the power supply shroud has holes that seem like they should be for mounting a cover. I will probably end up fabricating my own cover.
The rear cable management is tight but sufficient. Could have used some more space. While not as big an issue as the front cover, I would also like an option to cover the power supply bay from the side considering that side is behind a glass side as well.
This case ships with three SP fans and an SP fan controller. The SP fans only have 4 RGB LEDs and are not PWM speed controllable. 90% of people who get this case are probably going to want to buy LL fans and a commander pro to control them (the controller that comes with the case will not control them). The problem with this is that the LL fans and the SP fans can not be controlled via the same fan lighting hub. You can count on needing to buy 6 of the LL fans or having a really screwy wiring setup that needs multiple hubs (and an additional lighting link if you want LED strips too).
Getting the back side of the case to look nice took quite a bit of work. As this side is highly visible, it would have been nice to have a designed location for the commander pro rather than having to wing it.
For me, all of these issues are only enough to knock off one star. It just looks so good its hard to be mad at it's flaws
- If you buy this, you better take your time with cable management to truly make this shine. Use RGB fans.
- Con: The included RGB fans, though appreciated, don't have much variance in colors/flashing.
- Solution: I bought/installed NZXT RBG fans: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N4G5ILV/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_33 & https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NALACG9/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_34
- Motherboard: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NBHXSP6/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_42
- RAM: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MTDEYHU/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_36
- CPU Cooler: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XX8Q1CL/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_46
- Was forced to buy this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01IFGFTJ2/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_45
- Getting the two apps which control all of the colors took a bit to get up & running correctly, but once set up, are amazing! I alternate between all green & rainbow :p
The cable management on the back side is pretty neat, as well. There's a channel with a cover that thumbscrews into place where you can run the majority of your cables. This is a great feature because the tempered glass goes ALL THE WAY AROUND. Without the channel you'd have to spend a lot more time playing with zip ties.
The RGB fans have their own Corsair controller. This is independent of whatever your motherboard might handle through its own RGB wizardry, so be aware of that.
If you want a solution that is compatible with the popular ASUS Aura feature, you will need to purchase different case fans that can plug into motherboard RGB headers. These Corsair fans are NOT compatible.
That said, with a few tasteful LED strips and better fans, the case looks wonderful and maintains very good airflow for my 8700k and 1080ti hybrid build. I feel like it is worth the $120 I paid but I don't think I'd ever shell out near retail on this case, as at that point there are FAR better cases.
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But for the price you're paying for it, there are a few things that Corsair have cheaped out on and could definitely be improved:
-Fans: 3 SP120 fans are included, these are Corsair's cheapest RGB fans and have no software control without having to buy a Lighting Node Pro for £45. They could have easily included nicer HD120 or LL120 fans and included a Node Pro.
-Vertical GPU Mount: very close to the glass, I feel it could have been pushed back a little, or at least included a PCIE riser cable.
-Cable management: the included cable routing panel is way too thin to include much more than a big fat motherboard power cable, it could have been a bit wider.
-Top fan mesh: While I appreciate the included fan dust filters, the top one is not removable as the glass lays on top of the stands of it, which is a bit annoying if you want to use the top fans as exhaust where dust filters are not needed.
But overall great looking case, which is what you're mainly paying for here.
So I don't consider this product much reliable. As glasses adds extra costs, weight and risk. Same look could have be achieved using transparent fibers too.
So I suggest avoid buying cabinets with glass covers.
The case has great cable management features, like a metal bar, which conceals the rubber grommets from the right-hand side of the case, and cable tie anchors all around the perimeter of the motherboard tray.
The airflow is really good, I have 6 fans added to it (I added 3 more, the case only comes with 3.)
Everything feels very premium.
It is also quite heavy, which is great insofar as it feels robust but nevertheless the tempered glass does make it heave - it is not really a tower you want to be transporting often.
The design is very nice. The glass panels are well finished and beautifully clear, excellent for showing off your components. The bare chassis also feels and looks nice. I have 4x led strips hidden and running along the inside of the border of the case. The shroud hole placements (?) are quite convenient and I know the manufacturer cannot optimise for every single motherboard, the only real problem I had was for example running a usb-connector to the bottom-left of the motherboard. It sits running along the length of the bottom of the motherboard on top of the PSU shroud, although it is currently covered by my GPU mount. The back of the tower is quite well designed and in particular I like the removable metal cable casing running from top to bottom, a good place to hide fan cables and motherboard ATX etc. The CPU power cable can run up along the right boarder of the chassis, hidden away up past the SSD and in-built RGB remote are (coming through the shroud on the opposite side in the top left to easily connect to the motherboard.
*I bought a 280mm Corsair H115i Platinum for the top but it won't clear the heatsinks on the motherboard. So I had to go for a front-mounted 360mm H150 PRGB Pro (which you can see in the images). I now have 2x Corsair ML120 RGB Pros on top and 1x rear as exhaust. The front push-pull config is an intake.
** To vertically mount the graphics card I had to buy CableMod's GPU mount - there were other options such as Phanteks but that would require cutting the metal bracket at the back of the case between PCI slots - I did not want to permanently alter the case itself, so I went with CableMod's bracket. Just note that it will take up more room in the case by pushing the GPU towards the front - it adds about an inch. Still, as you can see there is enough room for my CLC/AIO set-up at the front with clearance. Really I am just playing around with various components and may or may not keep it vertical - I will decide shortly when I build my first custom liquid cooling loop.
I did a build for a friend and we almost cheaped out on the case to save money but I’m glad I could convince him to go Corsair.
I have had a lot of Corsair products over the years and I have always been impressed. This case is no different.
Fitted with a fresh Ryzen build and 5700xt, there was ample room and the access points for cables were all placed correctly to allow a super clean finish to the build.
The LL120 rgb fans are great as well. I have 9 in my personal PC and they are quite expensive on their own so when you factor in that cost, the case is almost free!