Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid Tower PC Case adorned with 208 LEDs

Corsair has announced the launch of the iCUE 5000T RGB Mid Tower PC case. The new ATX mid tower case is decorated with 208 addressable LEDs. To be more precise, 160 RGB LEDs are in ribbons that are fixed in the ATX PC case, and 48 LEDs are in three Corsair LL120 RGB fans.

Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid Tower PC Case

The fans are fixed on the front wall, behind the mesh panel. In total, up to ten 120 mm fans can be installed in the ATX case, and as an alternative, coolant radiators up to 360 mm long can be mounted on the top and front walls. To control the backlight and fans, the Mid Tower PC case is equipped with an iCUE COMMANDER CORE XT controller.

The Micro ATX / ATX / Mini ITX / E-ATX motherboards fit in the case, and it has seven vertical expansion slots and two horizontal ones. The maximum allowable length of expansion cards is 400 mm, the power supply is 250 mm. The CPU cooler can be up to 170mm high.

The ATX mid tower case has room for two 3.5″ drives and four 2.5″ drives. ATX PC case dimensions are 560 x 530 x 251 mm, weight – 14.53 kg. The I/O panel has four USB-A connectors, one USB-C v connector, and a headset jack. The ATX case is offered in two versions – black and white.

Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid Tower PC Case cost $399.99, and it is now listed on the and websites.

At the same time, Corsair iCUE LC100 Case Accent Lighting Panels are introduced, which can be used to decorate the computer outside or inside. The kit includes 18 triangular RGB lighting tiles with magnetic attachment and a Corsair iCUE Lighting Node PRO controller that allows you to synchronize the case lighting with the rest of the iCUE components.

Corsair iCUE 5000T RGB Mid Tower PC Case

Thanks to special low-profile connectors and loops, triangles can be connected at any angle. To increase the number of tiles, you can purchase an expansion kit, which has nine more pieces.

Corsair iCUE LC100 Case Accent Lighting Panel costs $99.99, and it is also listed on the and websites.

Last year Corsair has also entered the monitor market with its first gaming model, the Xeneon 32QHD165. The heart of this 165hz gaming monitor is a 32-inch IPS panel with quantum dots and is priced at $799.99.

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