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The Corsair Carbide Air 740 mid-tower chassis will soon be available in Malaysia

By Peter Chu - on 4 Oct 2016, 7:17pm

The Corsair Carbide Air 740 mid-tower chassis will soon be available in Malaysia

The problem with powerful graphics cards and gargantuan 1,000W power supply units is that they tend to generate plenty of heat, which, as we all know, is detrimental to the welfare of electrical components.

This prevalent heat issue can easily be averted with a desktop chassis that not only offers adequate room for your PC components to breathe, but also sufficient ventilation vents and expansion slots to accommodate cooling fans.

One such casing is the mid-tower Corsair Carbide Air 740, which can accommodate up to eight 120mm or seven 140mm fans, a 240mm or 280mm top radiator, and a 240mm, 280mm, or 360mm radiator on its front panel.

The dual-chamber design of the Carbide Air 540 is designed to improve heat dissipation as well. The main chamber will isolate the primary heat-generating system components such as the motherboard, CPU, graphics cards and RAM, while the rear chamber will play refuge to hard drives and the system’s power supply unit.

This particular arrangement allows the three pre-installed Corsair AF140L 140mm fans of the Carbide Air 540 to channel cool outside air throughout its main compartment without unnecessary obstructions. In fact, you won’t have to worry about dangling cables or hard drive bays standing in the way either, as they can both be tucked away neatly.

You can expect the Corsair Carbide Air 740 to make its appearance at your friendly neighborhood computer store in the coming weeks, complete with a suggested retail price of RM739.

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