Corsair is taking the wraps off two brand-new chassis at Computex 2013. Filling out the mainstream Carbide line are the Air 540 and 330R models, designed for high airflow and low noise, respectively.
For the enthusiasts, the Carbide Air 540 is perhaps the most interesting of the two, as Corsair has implemented a double-wide design that prioritises front-to-back airflow above all else. The extra width enables Corsair to locate the PSU, hard drives, and airflow-restricting cables behind the motherboard and out of the way of the air being funnelled by intake and exhaust fans.
Here's Corsair's George Makris with a detailed video walkthrough of the Air 540's non-standard design and features.
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