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CORSAIR 680X RGB Tempered Glass PC Case Review

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Hardware Installation and Clearance Compatibility

Shown in this section is a simple and rather quick install of the hardware and what I think a non-cable management person might do. I did this to illustrate that even without full-on management you can still have a very clean looking PC.

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  • Expansion Slots (Main):
    8 + 2 Vertical
  • Motherboard (Main):
  • Clearances:
    PSU: 225mm
    CPU Cooler: 180mm
    GPU: 330mm

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Cooling Layout:
Front: 3x 120mm, 2x 140mm (3x 120mm included)
Top: 2x 120mm, 2x 140mm
Bottom: 2x 120mm / 2x 140mm
Rear: 1x 120mm / 1x 140mm (120mm included)
Total of 8 – 120mm or 7 – 140mm or mixture of fans can be installed into the 680X RGB

Radiator Compatibility:
Front: 360mm / 280mm
Top: 280mm / 240mm
Bottom: 280mm / 240mm
Rear: 120mm
Room to mount up to four radiators – including one 360mm such as the CORSAIR Hydro Series H150i PRO liquid cooler.

Included Fan Specifications
LL120 RGB SP120: Quantity Included 3
Speed (rpm) 600-1500 +/- 10% RPM 1200 +/- 200 RPM
Airflow (@ rated speed) 43.25 CFM 51.3 CFM
Static Pressure 1.61 mm-H2O 1.51 mm-H2O
Sound Level 24.8 dBA 23.87 dBA

SP120: Quantity Included 1
Speed (rpm) RPM 1200 +/- 200 RPM
Airflow (@ rated speed) 51.3 CFM
Static Pressure 1.51 mm-H2O
Sound Level 23.87 dBA

Dust Filters
Removable dust filters
: Top, front, floor, and PSU

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  • 4x 2.5″ SSDs
  • 3x 3.5″ HDDs
  • Both drive cages are removable
  • No tools need to install drives
  • No Rom Drive Bay

Corsair 680X RGB Drive Rack

Cable management:

  • Plenty of space for all your cables behind the main/dividing motherboard tray
  • 9 pass through grommets
  • 3 smaller non-grommet pass through
  • Raise cable tie mounts in the right place
  • Keeps a majority of  the cables hidden from the visible side

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Dewayne Carel

Dewyane began in the case modding scene when it was just starting out many years ago. Shortly after that, he started Modders-Inc to help others learn how to create and have fun with PC case mods. He has created works for the likes of Bethesda, Cooler Master, ASUS, CPU Magazine, Razer, Zotac and more.


  1. You are the only one out of 100 to say it had high air flow. When in fact the front window chokes the air coming in a great deal. Did you even try to remove the front glass to test out the difference? I guess the 32 odd screws will be enough to make anyone not want to try it. If they would have made it like the top and only held in by 4 or 6 extended screws to remove it they would have won the battle. Giving the user the ease of leaving it on or removing it. Then you could have 3d printed a front mesh cover to mount there.

    Filling up the bays with 4 x 3.5 full mechanical drives is also a nightmare for heat. As the heat has no way to be pushed from that bay side. You can either get creating and mount some 120s in there or smaller. Or 3d print a fan holder and add fan to the bottom to keep the air moving.

    Next time you do a review put a little more effort into it. This was a very bland review with no AIRFLOW testing done at all.

  2. Thanks for the feedback. BTW I am STILL using the case and have had no issues with airflow. Also remember that the bottom of the case is open to allow more air in or to be forced out.
    I do believe I did state in the video that I wish the glass was removable or why did they even do it other than keeping the look of the case the same. You also have to keep in mind that we, as enthusiast, think of terms of things as running the PC 1-2 degrees cooler than the average person and that sometime looks out weight the things we think are important.

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