What you need to know
- Corsair announced the 5000D RGB Hydro X Edition and 5000X RGB Signature Series mid-tower PC cases today.
- The 5000X RGB Hydro X is built to work with custom cooling loops.
- The 5000X RGB Signature series cases are available in five different themes.
Corsair just announced its iCUE 5000D RGB Hydro X Edition and iCUE 5000X RGB Signature Series mid-tower PC cases. The 5000D RGB Hydro X Edition is designed to fit custom cooling loops. It also maximizes airflow. The 5000X RGB Signature Series of cases adds custom designs to one of the best PC cases on the market, the Corsair 5000X RGB. It's available in five different themes; Triptych, Neon Night, Planetary, Glitch, and Shift.
The 5000D RGB Hydro X Edition is available starting today in the U.S., and the 5000X RGB Signature Series is available today for preorder. Pricing for the new cases is not available at this time.
The 5000D RGB Hydro X debuts alongside a new Hydro X Series component, the XD7 RGB Pump/Reservoir Combo. It's a 360mm distribution plate that's pre-installed in the 5000D RGB Hydro X. The plate is driven by an integrated Xylem D5 pump. The XD7 RGB also has 36 individually addressable RGB LEDs.
You can fit up to seven 120mm or two 140mm cooling fans inside the 5000D RGB Hydro X. It can fit an additional 360mm radiator on its side as well. The case features a ventilated roof and tempered glass side and front panels. It supports up to three 2.5-inch SSDs and two 3.5-inch HDDs, so you should have room for all of your storage. It also includes a USB 3.1 Type-C port and two USB 3.0 3.0 ports.
The 5000X RGB Signature Series focuses more on colorful themes. Each case from the series has UV-printed graphics on the front and both side panels. The Glitch and Shift designs feature vertical streaks, while the Planetary and Neon Night designs lean more into a sci-fi vibe. Triptych is more of a geometric design.
Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at email@example.com.
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