Corsair has quietly released a new Carbide series chassis. The new Corsair Carbide 175R RGB sits comfortably between the Carbide 100R and Carbide 275R chassis with an appropriate balance of features including the titular RGB lighting, an edge-to-edge tempered glass side panel, and a full-length PSU cover. As an entry level product savings have to be made and, as Tom’s Hardware observes, the first evidence of this is in the faux brushed metal (plastic) front panel. Corsair’s latest mid-tower can site your choice of Mini-ITX, Micro ATX or ATX sized motherboard. Maximum compatibility for GPUs is up to 330mm, maximum CPU cooler height is 160mm, and the ATX PSU length limit is 180mm. The chassis as a whole measures 418mm x 210mm x 450mm and weighs in at 6.1kg as supplied. For cooling, a single 120mm RGB fan is supplied with the chassis. You can buy more, as required, as there is room for 120mm × 3 / 140mm × 1 in the front, 120 / 140mm × 2 in the top, and 120mm × 1 in the rear. If you are going to use liquid cooling there is room for rads up to 360mm. Corsair LCS models H55, H60, H75, H80i, H90, H100i, H105, H110i, H115i, H150i are compatible. With all the air going in and...