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Crystal 570X RGB Mirror Black
ATX Mid Tower
Side Panel Window
Power Supply Shroud
Front Panel USB
Motherboard Form Factor
- Micro ATX
- Mini ITX
Full-Height Expansion Slots
Half-Height Expansion Slots
Maximum Video Card Length
370 mm / 14.567"
Internal 2.5" Bays
Internal 3.5" Bays
- 43 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Black Ice
The selected case is mirror black which looks very sexy in the light and when the lights are off even sexier as the insides light up and take advantage of the two-way mirror.
The case is an upgraded version of the Corsair - Crystal 570X RGB Case. It includes a PSU shroud, access to the PSU from a top rubber covered cutout on the shroud for easier access to your motherboard headers, front I/O USB 3.1 type C, and RGB Corsair logos.
The fans it comes with are Corsair SP120’s so I replaced them with LL120 RGB’s and added a Commander Pro for complete software control. By adding the Commander Pro, it disables the included hardware buttons up top for light control, but I didn’t find that a negative as I prefer software controls over my lights any day.
Cable management works very well with the back-shroud cover, but it would have been nice to see more zip tie connector points, especially in the front of the case as the Commander Pro comes with 4 thermal wires and I had a hard time finding good places to mount them to.
Airflow in this case is amazing and helps keep everything running cool, although I am still debating moving the radiator to the front and making the top fans intake for more positive pressure to cut down the dust, but I will give the setup I have a try and see how bad it is.
The only thing I don’t like about this case is it only has room for 2 3.5 HDD in the back, but I knew this before I bought it. I wanted to add a third for my PLEX library but would have to put it in the front of the PC next to the PSU shroud on the floor of the case and I’m not sure I want one there as I don't have a HDD mounting bracket.
- 19 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build Jozza's First Build: Ryzen 2700x
Really like this case, only dislikes are that one of my side pannels doesn't lay completely flush with the feet.
- 18 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Mirror Mirror
Amazing looking case. Blends in with the furniture very well without looking like a space ship when it's off but allows all your shiny RGB components to shine through when they're on. Very very reflective when off and it's definitely something everyone instantly notices.
It is a fingerprint and dust magnet though so it does require some upkeep. Cable management isn't the best either as the included channel is barely big enough for the motherboard power cable. They also cheaped out on the fans as they only include their lowest end SP120 fans which have no software control without a separate Lighting Node Pro which they should really have included too. Vertical GPU mount is nice too but quite close to the glass, would have been nice if there was a bigger gap or at least included a riser cable as the case itself is quite expensive.
- 8 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build LAVA: PC for working and gaming
Fantastic case with outstanding appearance. The dark side panel hides a lot of details, which saved me much time from organizing cables. Back side space is a little bit narrow for cable management, but there is a tube like cover to help me with that. The SP120 fans are a little bit noisy though, probably the nosiest part in my build.
- 6 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Ryzen Gaming System
Beautiful case, which was an absolute dream for cable management!
Be warned, it is a fingerprint magnet, requires some upkeep to make sure it's looking fresh.
Airflow wise, pick yourself up an extra case fan or two for the back and top, and it performs phenomenally
- 4 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build i7-6700K Build
Pros: : to me is the best-looking case on the market : cooling is pretty decent : cable management even with minimum effort looks pretty clean : fans aren't loud endless of course you're going over 50% usage : decent RGB : feels and looks very premium : also like that it has some weight to it
Cons : not really a case to be taking apart all the time : instructions suck : if it wasn't for google i would have not found out that you can buy a controller and have more control over the fans and RGB (is called the commander pro) : is pretty much a dust magnet
- 1 point
- 15 days ago
from completed build Intel Core i7-6700K Build
Pros aside from the 500D this is the best-looking case on the market looks and is premium airflow is perfect decent price
cons a slight gap on the side window not a case to be taking apart all the time is a dust magnet\ the included fans and the RGB on the case are able to visualize audio and screen scenes yet is not an option in the icue software instead you have to do a bunch of internet searching to figure this out
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