Corsair has announced its new 4000 series mid-tower cases, includes its first three models. The 4000 series introduces the company’s new naming convention for its PC cases, with the series number signifying the line’s form factor and core features. The three new models under the new 4000 series include the 4000D, the 4000D Airflow, and the 4000X RGB mid-tower cases.
The three new cases share several features including Corsair’s new RapidRoute cable management, AirGuide fans, a front-to-back PSU shroud, a variety of cable tie-downs, a dedicated top-to-bottom cable routing channel, two 2.5-inch SSD trays, two 3.5-inch HDD trays, the same front panel I/O configuration that comes with one USB 3.1 Type-C port, and a tool-free tempered side glass panel. The 4000 series cases also comes with 25mm of space behind the motherboard for better cable management.
For cooling options, the new cases can fit up to six 120mm fans or four 280mm fans. They can also fit up to a 360mm radiator in front or 280mm one on the ceiling of the case. The 4000D and 4000D Airflow include two 120mm AirGuide fans while the 4000X RGB comes with three 120mm SP RGB Elite AirGuide fans. The 4000X RGB also comes with an iCUE Lighting Node Core controller. Apart from the fan inclusions, the three cases also have different front panels. The 4000D features a solid front panel, the one on the 4000D Airflow has triangular cutouts, and the 4000X comes with a tempered glass front panel.
The Corsair 4000D, 4000D Airflow, and 4000X RGB are already available through Corsair’s website and should be available through local retailers in the coming weeks.