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CORSAIR VENGEANCE C70 Mid-Tower Case - Military Green
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- Drive Bays (x3) 5.25", (x6) 3.5"/2.5" Drive Caddies
- Cooling (x2) 120mm Intake fans, (x1) 120mm Exhaust Fan
- Expansion Slots 8
- Motherboard ATX, mATX
- Front I/O (x2) USB 3.0, (x1) Headphone, (x1) Mic
- Power Supply ATX (not included)
- Up to 10 fan mount locations provide a ton of cooling flexibility
- 2 Year Warranty
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When it’s time to take your competitive gaming on the road, the Vengeance C70 mid-tower PC case is a great choice. It’s crafted out of solid steel and made to survive trips with less wear and tear, and the ergonomic carry handles help you move your gear with confidence.
High-performance gaming hardware requires high-performance cooling. Vengeance C70 is equipped with three 120mm fans out of the box, with mounting points for seven more to meet your exact air cooling demands.
And Water Cover, too.
Vengeance C70 is also outfitted for liquid cooling upgradeability. You get 240mm radiator compatibility on top of the case, and if that’s not enough, you can remove the lower hard drive cage to fit a second 240mm radiator for a dual-loop setup.
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Easy access side panels come off with quick-release latches. The optical drive bays and 3.5” hard drive bays are tool-free. Thumbscrews secure your graphics cards, and the hard drive cages can be easily removed for better airflow or additional expansion room. Cable routing tie-downs and built-in clamps keep your system tidy.
With so many usability features, the Vengeance C70 does what it’s supposed to do — stay out of your way while you build or upgrade.
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The Vengeance C70 has convenient built-in carry handles and a steel front panel instead of plastic for enhanced durability. With up to 10 fan mounts, it also cools just about anything you can think of. Eight PCI-E slots give you the freedom for the multi-GPU setup of your dreams, and dual USB 3.0 I/O ports and six SSD-ready hard drive bays assure your system will be ready to compete, performance-wise.
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The side panels remove easily with simple latches. The top handles are spring loaded and instantly move out of the way. The front does pop-off, but it's a bit difficult. The left side cover (clear acrylic) is ventilated and ready for 2 more fans. Some builders have replaced the ventilated plastic with a solid panel due to aesthetics.
Every fan mounting point has a rubber grommet pre-installed. Three 120mm fans are included, two mid case and one exhaust. Six more fans can be added, or liquid cooling radiators, your choice.
Amazing cable management system below the Mobo and inside. Some zip ties are included, but having an extra bundle or two will help keep everything clean and tidy.
Room for six 3.5/2.5 inch drives. Three optical drive slots. Handy for a fan controller.
Massive PSU area with room for an extra fan. Big rubber grommet for snaking your cables.
The parts kit has plenty of screws for the Mobo and fans, with about 6 zip ties.
This was no doubt a high-end product with newest features at the time of the launch (2012), but not necessarily at this date.
1. acrylic side panel
At this price range you'd expect a case to have tempered-glass side panel. Also, the two fan holes on the acrylic panel make it difficult to appreciate your interior system, while it does add to the rugged military theme.
2. Lack of dust filter at the top of the case
While this is less of an issue if you opt to use 140mm fans (it is still going to leave some areas where dust freely settles when pc is off), it is a significant problem when you use 120mm fans, or no fans at all on the top. A lot of recent models have top dust filters.
3. Difficult-to-reach front dust filter and bottom rear dust filter
In order to clean the front dust filter, you have to (a) open left side panel after unlocking two latches (b) repeat on the right panel (c) leverage inner latches, six total. Wordy to go thorough, worse in action. You have to go through this and remove the front panel every time you want to dust the filter! On the other hand, newer cases let you just grab on to the filter and silde it out. This is true for the bottom rear filter, but it is only accessible from the back panel, so if your case's rear is next to a wall, you will have to move the case to pull it out.
4. Dust filter quality
Do you remember how old fences start to stay in concave conformation as people lean on them? This was true with this case's dust filters. The front dust filters started to cave in towards the front fans, and made grinding saw-machine sounds as the fan blades touch the mesh of the filters. I had to take the filter out and replace it with cut-out carbon filters with mounting tape.
Pros: What everyone else have said, and won't go through here. This case is otherwise well made and it is why I rate this case 3 stars and not 1 star.
Verdict: Not worth at $130 price range. However, definitely recommended during a sale, at around ~$70 range or lower. Otherwise refer to tech channels or websites to see what the newest, highest rated cases are at your price range.
Radiator support on the front and top work well with 240mm radiators, though the front is a bit of a stretch for AIO's.
HD cages are fully removable and are vented for airflow from the front of the case.
Filters on the bottom and front work great and are easily removable
The spring loaded handles work great and are really sturdy for holding this thing up once it's loaded with gear
The removable panels are easy to put on and take off with the locking mechanism
The matte green finish looks soooo good in person, none of the pictures do it justice.
The case is narrow, if you're watercooling a wide gpu like a Matrix Platinum or Strix 980ti the water block ports should be on the top or bottom of the block because if it's on the side of the card then it will be resting on the window of the side panel.
The drive cages are vented, but the wrong type of fan is installed on them, high pressure fans would be better suited for pulling air from the front of the case through the drive cages that are populated
The tabs for the front panel are somewhat flimsy, you can bend them a little to get a tighter fit, but placing some small strips of felt will stop any vibration from the metal on metal contact there
No top dust filter, if your system runs 24/, it's not a big deal, but if your system is off for a few days or hours, dust will settle on your components
That window is hideous! Luckily MNPCTech.com sells proper replacement windows without the "speed holes"
Ultimately, I modified the living hell out of this case, but I purchased it with that intention and it's steel construction was perfect for modding, though I bought it on sale at $59....at $109 I probably wouldn't mod this case. This is a great case if you want a lan rig you can beat the hell out of, but for your home PC at $109 I don't see why you buy this over a.....let's say....400c
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holes for mounting are trash unless you buy rubber plugs to make them smaller or get some washers.