We review Corsair’s new 275R Mid-Tower case, following-up the predecessor Corsair 270R. The 275R is an $80 mid-tower case, with $70 for the acrylic option.
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Article: https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/3254-corsair-275r-case-review-thermals-quality-noise

Our review of the Corsair Carbide 275R enclosure looks at thermal performance, acoustics, and overall build quality. The case most immediately compares to Corsair’s own 270R, SilverStone’s RL06, and the now-dated NZXT S340. The Corsair 275R enclosure is an $80 case with tempered glass, or $70 for the acrylic version. The 270R is about $60, and often goes on sale for $50. That makes the 275R a tough sell, in theory, but we’ll go over all of that in the review above.

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