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The Corsair Vengeance C70 includes one 120mm fan preinstalled, it can accomodates 4 more fans of 120mm or 140mm with dust filters. The C70 also sports eight expansion slots and two-inch holes for water-cooling hoses, the power supply bracket are at the bottom of the case.
Great looking case.
Case handles built in.
Side panel clamps look and work great.
Massive side panel window.
Tool free optical and hard drive bays.
Supports up to six 2.5" HDD/SSD.
Removable HDD racks.
8 expansion slots.
Excellent engineering quality.
Great level of details.
Excellent paint job.
Awesome clips holding side panels in place.
Extremely well engineered inside and outside.
Cool Power and Reset buttons.
Excellent cable routing system.
Convenient carry handles.
Room for high-end air or liquid cooling.
Good build quality.
Feels solid throughout.
Unfiltered side window fan vents.
Heavy when full system is built inside.
Big case takes up a lot of room.
Intake can become restricted if both HDD racks are full with 3.5" drives.
No water cooling grommets for the rear included.
Handles only good for carrying a case for short distances.
Standard fan configuration needs work.
Isn't Corsair's prettiest case.
Very little soundproofing.
By CNET Australia on November 19, 2012
We're quite sure that the Vengeance C70 will be home to some great mods — considering the price, though, we'd have hoped for some more fit and...
By Tech2 on October 17, 2012
The Corsair Vengeance C70 commands a premium for the generous amount of metal used in construction and its striking, yet functional design. Priced at Rs 8,000, it's more expensive than many mid-tower gaming cabinet such as the NZXT Phantom 410 and...
By ThinkComputers on September 30, 2012
When I first heard of the Vengeance C70 I thought to myself, “Oh no not another overdone military themed case”. I’ve seen so many military themed cases over the years and they are either overdone or just not done right. It seems like...
By uk.hardware.info on September 28, 2012
The Corsair Vengeance C70 is a fun chassis. The design is different, we like the quick-release clips for the side panel, and there is nothing wrong with the finish or build quality. As long as you don't need much cooling, this is a good chassis. ...
By HardwareHeaven on September 12, 2012
Without doubt the C70 stands out in a very crowded marketplace and this is always a good thing. That said so many mass produced cases try to be different, and there are halls full of them at places like Cebit, but fall into the trap of minimising...
By MadShrimps on September 10, 2012
The Vengeance C70 case is another nice addition to Corsair's expanding case lineup. Main target Corsair has locked on too are the hardcore gamers, especially those that want a special looking case, instead of the comon designs we daily see. It might...
By APC Magazine on September 04, 2012
Apparently there are still gamers in this age of broadband who attend LAN events. Why else would Corsair build the C70 with LANing in mind? But even if you're not going to be hauling this miditower around in the boot of your car, the distinctive...
By K.S. Studios on August 11, 2012
The Vengeance C70 was a pleasure to build in. We did not experience any issues except for the I/O shield not fitting properly due to the damage to the rear of the case during shipping. Although we did not test it, this case has plenty of room for...
By Kitguru.net on July 14, 2012
Corsair have earned a great reputation in enthusiast circles over the years by releasing some fantastic CPU coolers, computer cases, power supplies and solid state drives. The company continue to strengthen their market position and today we are...
By Vortez on July 04, 2012
The Vengeance brand has already comfortably affirmed itself a favourite with gamers the world over but it isnt until just recently we have seen this series open out to entertain computer chassis. The C70 is the first chassis to be launched under...
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