Corsair has announced the lanzaieto your new box Corsair Carbide Air 740, a slightly larger evolution of the successful Carbide Air 540 with a somewhat different, more industrial exterior design, and a roomier interior that allows the installation of motherboards E-ATX size.
The Corsair Carbide Air 740 award-winning interior design uses two cameras Direct Airflow Path with exceptional cooling capacity, unique design, and the blatant side window that lets you see everything inside the box. The design is based on the previous Carbide Air 540 but with more interior space, and with the peculiarity that can be removed virtually completely to make room for what the user wants. An example can see in the picture below.
The Corsair Carbide Air 740 approaches the maximum interior space dividing it into two separate chambers. The main chamber houses the components that generate heat (motherboard, processor, graphics card and RAM) lie to the rear accommodates the power supply and hard drives. This design, as demonstrated in the predecessor model, it is ideal for optimal operating temperature of the components and to create a more effective air flow when removing the heat generated by components outside the box.
But in this case, this concept has been taken a step further as they have removed the drive bays 5.25 inches, allowing more interior space to install liquid cooling systems and up to eight 120mm fans or seven 140mm. Thanks to this, the box can accommodate simultaneously an upper radiator 240 mm / 280 mm, a lower 240mm / 280mm and a 240mm front / 280 mm / 360 mmm.
The new Corsair Carbide Air 740 will hit stores next week for a suggested price of 149.99 euros week.