4 expert reviews - 0 user reviews
We have collected 4 reviews of the Corsair Vengeance C70. Experts rate Corsair Vengeance C70 9/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Corsair Vengeance C70 and Corsair Computer cases.
The Vengeance C70 is a mid-sized tower measuring 20.1" long, 9.1" wide and 19.7" tall and weighing 19lbs (8.6kg), much of which can be attributed to the case's use of steel rather than aluminum, though its façade is constructed from plastic, so that helps keep the overall weight pretty manageable. Although the design appears very simple, it's far from boring. The matte paint job gives it a very stealthy look that will appeal to those after a more subtle design, while the case window that comes with all the models (white, black and green) could be outfitted with aftermarket lighting for a bolder look. The front bezel is both slick as well as intentionally crude, as the I/O panel has been left exposed at the top of the case and Corsair has used pop rivets as part of the design. The custom power button has been pop riveted to the case, giving it a very industrial look and keeping with the military theme. Alongside the power button is a military-like reset switch that has a cover plate to avoid accidental resets. There is also a pair of USB 3.0 ports, two audio jacks for mic and headphones along with a drive activity light. The only feature missing here is eSATA, which we are a little disappointed to learn.
Corsair has really evolved over the past few years, not that long ago they only specialized in performance memory now it seems they have their hand in almost every component that goes inside your computer and many accessories as well. Corsair created their Vengeance line of products made for gamers and today we are taking a look at the first case to bare the Vengeance name, the C70. The Corsair Vengeance C70 gaming case is designed to look like an ammo box! Besides just the cool design it features three included 120mm fans, USB 3.0 support and quite a lot of room inside. Let's take a look! Special thanks to Corsair for providing us with the Vengeance C70 Gaming Case to review. The Vengeance C70 comes in a pretty plain box. On the front there is an outline of the case and some information about the case. On the back there is a full diagram of the case and a list of features. When you open the box up the case is protected by 2 large pieces of styrofoam and a plastic bag. To really show you what this case is all about we have made an overview video, you can check it out below.
Today we'll take a look at another of Corsair's unique cases, the Corsair Vengeance C70. This is a case that I had mixed feelings about when hearing about it. I've seen case mods done before with old ammo boxes that had been cut up and shaped to fit hardware. They were either all beat up from use or painted to look such a way; I really liked them. The Corsair Vengeance C70 comes in army green, black, and white. You'll see why I'm talking about ammo boxes when we move on to pictures. The Vengeance C70 has lots of external features that both serve a functional purpose as well as add to the character of the case. The majority of the build is made of steel, except for a few plastic/rubber additions, and has every inch completely painted inside and out. There are two spring loaded fold down handles on the top of the case that actually can support the weight of a build to carry it around. The front I/O panel is the part that really made me like the initial look: a flip up cover on the reset button and an industrial-look power button. Overall it has a rugged look – and whether or not you thought you wanted to have an ammo style case – Corsair has left it for you to decide what to do with it: you can prepare it for stealth mode or prepare it for war.
A gaming chassis designed with some portability in mind, the Corsair Vengeance C70 kicks off a new line of cases from Corsair. As such, then, there's a modern feature set to kick things off too.A pair of front-mounted USB 3.0 ports are the first evidence of this, but the flexibility throughout is perhaps more telling, even if it might be expected. For instance, the drive bays can be fully removed if you need more room inside, and there's positioning support for a pair of water-cooling radiators. Also, as well as the rubber grommets built into the case to help with cable routing, Corsair has now introduced latches underneath the motherboard tray, too.These are as simple as they sound: they unclip, you collect your cables under them and then pop them back in place. It's an unfussy, elegant and devilishly simple idea for keeping things tidy.It's clearly committed gamers who are the main target here, with the military look and feel very much with CoD and Battlefield veterans in its line of fire.Vital statsMotherboard support - Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, ATXFans - 1x 120mm (exhaust), 2x 120mm (intake)Drive bays - 6x 2.5/3.5-inch, 4x 5.25-inchPorts - 2x USB 3.0, headphone, micThe gimmick might be the military feel of the Vengeance C70, but Corsair also employs some subtlety here.
|Corsair Vengeance Series Artic White C70 Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011019-WW)||$105.99||See it|
|Corsair Vengeance Series Black C70 Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011016-WW)||$109.99||See it|
|Corsair Vengeance Series Artic White C70 Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011019-WW)||$119.99||See it|
|Corsair Vengeance Series Military Green C70 Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011018-WW)||$129.66||See it|
|Corsair Vengeance Series Military Green C70 Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011018-WW)||$129.99||See it|
|Corsair Vengeance Series Black C70 Mid Tower Computer Case (CC-9011016-WW)||$135.29||See it|
|Corsair Vengeance Series C70 Arctic White Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case||$141.99||See it|
|Vengeance C70 - mid tower - ATX||$191.99||See it|
|Vengeance C70 - mid tower - ATX||$191.99||See it|