|Item Model Number||CC-9011168-WW|
|Product Dimensions||42.3 x 34.4 x 50.5 cm; 11.6 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||42.3 x 34.4 x 50.5 centimetres|
|Computer Memory Type||PC1066|
|Item Weight||11.6 kg|
|Date First Available||12 March 2019|
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Corsair Crystal 680X RGB High Airflow ATX PC Gaming Smart Case, Tempered Glass - Black
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|Item weight||11.6 Kilograms|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||42.3 x 34.4 x 50.5 centimetres|
About this item
- Outstanding High Airflow Cooling: Four cooling fans and Direct Airflow Path layout delivers cool air to your PCs hottest components
- Three Included LL120 RGB Fans: Light up your system with a total of 48 customisable RGB LEDs
- Intelligent Control, Unlimited Possibilities: An included Corsair Lighting Node PRO turns the 680X RGB into a smart case, powered by Corsair iCUE software that brings your system to life with dynamic RGB lighting products
- Dual-Chamber Layout: A distinctive dual-chamber design makes it easy to assemble an immaculate system that keeps cables tidy and out of view
- Three Crystal-Clear Tempered Glass Panels: Fitted in the front, roof and a hinged easy-access side panel door, providing an elegant view of your PCs high-profile components
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The Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB is a dual-chamber tempered glass ATX smart case that keeps your system running cool with room for up to eight fans and four radiators, including one 360mm. Enjoy superb airflow and brilliant RGB lighting from three LL120 RGB fans, controlled by an included CORSAIR Lighting Node PRO and powered by iCUE software. Show off a stunning view of your PC’s components with three tempered glass panels on the front, roof, and hinged side door, while an optional vertical GPU mount allows you to put your graphics card center stage. Make your next custom build incredibly easy and undeniably cool with the 680X RGB.
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iCUE, A Corsair Interference
Intelligent Control. Unlimited Possibilities.
Powerful CORSAIR iCUE software brings your system to life with dynamic RGB lighting synchronized across all your iCUE compatible products, including fans, RGB LED light strips, DDR4 memory, keyboards, mice and more.
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Ill add more pics when my pc is built
By Patrick Heslin on 14 December 2020
Ill add more pics when my pc is built
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The three included RGB fans are a little noisy compared with the non-rgb noctua fans I usually use but are fairly pleasing and the software works well. The fourth included fan is sadly not RGB and I think it should have been given the style of this case.
Ideally I would have wanted a couple more usb ports on the top panel but the inclusion of the gen2 usb type c port is nice.
Cable management: there are options but it requires planning, the included cable tie points are not big enough to use velcro straps which is a pity, so I basically use standard cable ties to mount my velcro straps works well enough, but could have been better.
Now given this case is marketed as high airflow, airflow is not bad but not great either, certainly not high airflow. Liquid cooling options are limited, yes it has places to mount a radiator but given the length of the case it seems to be a top radiator (240 or 280) or a front 360 (smaller front radiators do not make much sense to me given the design of the case). You could mount another radiator on the bottom if you really want to for open loop builds, but pump placement would be issue (assuming you want to be able to see these parts). For me the case is suitable for AIO and probably the best place to mount the radiator for that would be the top, you may be able to use a push pull configuration depending on the width of your radiator.
Overall, I like the case, it is nice and easy to build in , if you do not mind having limited options, but the number of compromises for the asking price make the Lian Li o11 Dynamic XL a much better choice for liquid cooling builds.
So I decided to test this with an AIO, an artic liquid freezer II, don’t buy this case if you have thick radiator it is impossible to mount up top, at the front you might run into issues depending on the length of your graphics card. A pity with a slight offset it would have gone in fine up top. Corsair AIOs do not have thick rads so they would be fine...
Aesthetically I think it's gorgeous but that's my opinion.
I gave 4 stars for 'easy to clean' because it's a very nice rough-ish matt black finish that I am surely to scratch and live with regret. I am not sure what type of cleaning product to use on the exterior but I suspect traditional dust/polish sprays could end in a bad time.
It was a bit of a dream installing everything, the only drawback was only three 3.5" drive bays and I have about seventy-eight 3.5" drives, well 6. I happened to have a 3.5" drive enclosure so used that for the other three drives and it just about fit underneath my 1080, not pretty but functional until I upgrade my drives.
I couldn't quite figure out the magnetic dust cover, it seemed to not quite fit or I'm trying to place it incorrectly, more likely me being a fool but it's sufficiently out of my eyeshot to care any further at this stage.
Also the side opening glass door is a delight whereas the opposite panel has those annoying thumbscrews that have a small extension before the thread, very old school and one of my least favourite types of thumbscrew, but that panel will only ever be opened on rare occasions so I can live with it.
The rear case fan has no RGB but it's not always going to be visible for a lot of people, easy enough to pop one in if it's needed. The front RGB has encouraged me to embrace all my RGB bits and pieces so I'm going to increase those because of this case.
I like the pretty lights.
Now for the issues, nothing with the case but the delivery was atrocious, the delivery company claimed to have tried to deliver to the house but no one was in, first off they didn't leave a card and the fact that i have a ring doorbell i know 100% fact they never approached my house. I'm not angry that the delivery was delayed a week, it's the fact that they didn't have the courtesy to apologize, ok rant over