Legit Case Reviews
Corsair Vengeance C70 Military Green Case Review
|Date:||Mon, May 21, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Shane Higgins -|
Installing parts into the Vengeance C70
The accessories for the Vengeance C70 seem a little light but its all that is needed. The motherboard stand-offs are already installed for you, so Corsair provides screws for the motherboard and 5.25” devices, fan mounting hardware, and motherboard mounting screws. To aid in wire management Corsair includes a few wire ties. For those that have not upgraded their system to a motherboard with an internal USB3 header Corsair included a USB3 to USB2 internal header adaptor cable.
Installing the system was super easy and went rather quick. The 5.25” drive bay was a little on the snug side, but the drive is held in place very well.
Wiring up the case was nice as well. There was plenty of room for running the wires I needed. The main 24pin cable was a little thick for the plastic hold downs. If this system was going to stay in this case I would have wire tied the cable to one of the standard tie down loops. Putting the side panel back on was easy as well. With the large backspace and the bulge in the side panel I didn’t have to put any pressure on the panel to get it to close.
Next Page - Final Thoughts on the Vengeance C70
Page 1 - Corsair Vengeance C70 Military Green
Page 2 - Unboxing the Vengeance C70
Page 3 - External Impressions of the Vengeance C70
Page 4 - Looking inside the Vengeance C70
Page 5 - Installing parts into the Vengeance C70
Page 6 - Final Thoughts on the Vengeance C70