Corsair SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower

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Corsair SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower Review
Naturally, the Omega RGB is, effectively, a release of the now well-known Alpha/Omega series of cases from Corsair, just with added RGB fans and the ability to integrate with iCUE and Link software natively. It does this by the inclusion of a Lighting Node PRO LED controller, a product I have used before. It is the same hub that comes with a purchase of a 3 pack of Corsair's LL or ML fans. It works exceptionally well when paired with the appropriate Corsair software, so I have no doubts the same will carry on here and provide a justification for this case's notably elevated price tag over the original Spec, Spec Alpha, and Spec Omega. Speaking of that, how much does she cost? Well, at a fairly cool 149.99 USD from Corsair's site, it's not entirely inaccurate to say that this case carries a high-end price tag. A fair whack of this price can be put down to the inclusion of the RGB fans and Lighting Node PRO, which on their own are close to 60 USD. The fans themselves, HD120's, are also fairly expensive at over 30 USD. So, if you think about it, the case is 49.99 without accessories, so you're actually saving a buck or two and getting that RGB goodness.

Corsair SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower Technical Specifications

Case Features
Form Factor ATX
Case colour Black
Build material Steel
5.25" drive bays 0 drive bays
3.5" drive bays 2 drive bays
2.5" drive bays 2 drive bays
IO Panel Yes
USB 3.0 Slots -1
USB 2.0 Slots -1
eSata -
In Out Audio Yes
Depth 495 mm
Width 231 mm
Height 515 mm
Measurements + Fans
Expansion slots 7
Front Fans 3 [120mm]
Top Fans 3 [120mm]
Rear Fans 1 [120mm]
Side Panel Fans
Hard Drive Fans
Bottom Fans
Max GPU Length 370mm
Max CPU Cooler size 170mm
Screwless Rails -
Case Fan dBA -
Mobo Form Factors ATX
Avg. User Score

Corsair SPEC-OMEGA RGB Mid-Tower Weblinks

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