Corsair iCUE 220T RGB Airflow Case Review: Page 4 of 8

Posted by James Keir on Tuesday, July 30, 2019 - 9:00am

A Closer Look: Exterior

Upon unboxing the iCUE 220T RGB, the first thing that really caught our eye was the stylized front panel. The front panel is comprised of steel and features many parallelogram-shaped cutouts giving it airflow for the included three SP120 RGB Pro fans. Like the rest of the case, it sports an all-black finish with a centered grey Corsair logo accented on its lower portion.

The business side of the 220T contains a full-sized clear tempered glass side panel that is attached to the case via four thumbscrews in the corner. The glass itself contains a 1” black bezel which is slightly widened in its corners.

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Flipping to the opposite side of the case, is a solid black steel panel which is locked into place with 2 thumbscrews at the back of the case.

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Moving to the back of the 220T is your common I/O and PSU cutouts as well as mounting rails for a 120mm exhaust fan. Looking down to the 220T’s expansion slots, even with its compact design, it fits your standard 7 expansion slots seen in most ATX mid-tower cases.

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The top of the 220T includes mounting points for up to two 120mm/140mm fans and has room for a 240mm radiator. Also included, is a removable magnetic dust filter that covers the majority of the top of the case.

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Taking a look at the 220T’s I/O which is also located on the top of the case, it includes:

  • LED-lit power button
  • Two USB 3.0 ports
  • 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack
  • Reset button

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Flipping the case to its bottom reveals 4 fairly large feet with a rubberized center to prevent the case from slipping and a removable PSU intake filter.

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