Final Thoughts & Conclusion
The iCUE 220T impressed me with its build quality and the amount of value it brings to the table. For a chassis that includes a tempered glass side panel, three RGB fans, and a controller for an MSRP of $109.99 is great for anyone looking to do an RGB build. I also really liked that Corsair included a full PSU shroud and the front stylized grill looks great with the included RGB fans. The only oversight in the value department is the lack of an included exhaust fan. Even a generic non-RGB fan would have been a nice addition.
Building in the 220T was a fairly painless experience and I had no issues fitting my chosen components in the chassis. I did make sure prior to the build that all my components wouldn’t run into any clearance issues, especially with the GPU since there is room for a 300mm long graphics card. Running cable in the 220T was also a breeze with the ample amount of cutouts and grommets around the motherboard tray. The only issue I ran into with the build was the amount of space in the back for your cables. After everything was securely tied down, it still took a little bit of effort to reattach the back panel. This is to be expected with a small case and just takes some extra effort when planning your cable runs.
Overall, my experience with the iCUE 220T was great and if you’re in the market for a compact mid-tower, Corsair’s iCUE 220T RGB just might be what you are looking for.