The Corsair Air 740 has always been an outstanding computer case from the past to the present. The Corsair Air 740, with its design and specifications, is still available today. Here is the Corsair Air 740 Review.
Corsair Air 740 is referred to as Mid Tower in terms of form factor, but it would be more correct to call it the ATX cube case; we are talking about a 51cm long, 34cm wide, and 42.6cm long case, don’t be afraid, it’s only 620 grams heavier than the minimal 400C I personally use, but of course the volume. Almost twice as much. Outside is matte hard plastic, inside construction is made of steel. The plastic material is suitable for holding fingerprints.
We have a design in which wide space is allocated on the left side of the front face, and mesh grids are divided at intervals. A mixture of sharp and round lines, the corners are more rounded compared to the Air 540, the wings separating the grilles are again sharp, the distance from the mesh is a depth of field, thus creating a pleasant appearance, the same design is continued above and below the case, and It looked like a shark gill to me personally. However, it means more area to dust from the side; I like this design.
In addition to the bright on-off button, reset button, 2 USB 3.0, headphone and microphone input interfaces, a button can control the colors of the Corsair HD and SP series connect this button to the controller of the fans. Note that there are 3 14cm fans included in the case; there is no fan hub; you are using the outputs on the motherboard.
There is a magnetic, fine-mesh filter behind the easy-to-remove front panel, where you can install 2 14cm or 3 12cm fans and up to 360mm radiators; for example, on the Corsair site, it is possible to install as smoothly as the H115. The top of the case opens easily in the same way, and you can install 2 12 or 14 cm fans and 280mm radiators. Six are too; if you have a system consisting of several radiators, Corsair Air 740 has lots of space and possibilities. An important note, there is only the air filter at the front, no filters at the top and the bottom. Interestingly, I actually think that it needs to be filtered as much as possible in its segment.
The Air 540 had the traditional case cover design; with the Corsair Air 740 you can open it to the left from the handgrip handle in a window-style and immediately reach inside; for example, you can pull the cover upwards from the hinges and remove it completely when installing the case.
There is a grill underneath that contains a magnetic filter for the power supply on the back of the case. When you open the cover, you encounter another area equal to the other side; you can install a power supply up to 25cm, fix it with its stopper; it is well thought out for situations where you take the case somewhere. It is easy to install in 4 2.5 inch slots and 3 3.5 inch slots; you can hold the SSDs from the clip and drag the 3.5 discs to their carriers; they do not vibrate.
This is a large area. Whether you throw the cables in the back irregularly or arrange them, where the cable management passages and notches are neatly distributed, you can place the space left after arranging, for example, the reservoir of your custom-designed liquid cooling, and so on.
We used the Corsair Vengeance LED RAM kit on Gigabyte’s Z170X Ultra Gaming motherboard into the Corsair Air 740, which can accommodate Mini ITX, Micro ATX, and ATX sized motherboards. The Corsair HX850i power supply powers both RX480s in the Crossfire setup. As you can see, there is a serious gap between the RAMs and the radiator fans, there is no conflict between the RAMs and the radiator, 22.5cm for power supply, 17cm if you use air cooling, and up to 33cm for the graphics card, so there is plenty for everything. There is plenty of room.
Thanks to the dual-chamber structure, which we can call a two-chamber structure, the elements that prevent airflows, such as disc chamber and power supply, are thrown to the back, so the air taken from the front of the case is less obstructed, so the air is provided with smooth airflow, we are talking about a case that can take 8 fans according to its size. Of course, there are coolers on one-to-one equipment, but no equipment will say no to fresh air.
The Corsair Air 740 did well after the Air 540 of two or three years ago, to be honest, for a moment, I didn’t think the Corsair had forgotten the cases in this form. The Corsair Air 740, which looks more muscular and is relatively well organized inside, is a spacious case, both in terms of airflow while maneuvering inside. On its official site, we see that it is cheaper than the Air 540, and it seems to be within a range of a certain audience for its price.