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Extra Fan - 120mm
Extra Fan - 80mm
2.5 Inch intern
3.5 Inch intern
5.25 Inch extern
Front USB 3.0
Carbide Series® Air 240 High Airflow MicroATX and Mini-ITX PC Case
A compact PC case made for maximum cooling.
Meet the Carbide Series Air 240 – an extraordinary small form factor PC case for Mini-ITX and MicroATX computers.
The eye-catching cube design -- complete with a full side window -- hosts an internal layout optimized for maximum airflow or advanced water-cooling configurations (including a 240mm radiator or two).
Don’t let the compact size full you – this little one handles full size components while still offering roomy installation space.
Direct Airflow path cooling
The unusual interior design is optimized to allow the intake fans to deliver cool air directly to your components that generate the most heat.
Mini-ITX and MicroATX support in a compact size
Although it’s the same size as many Mini-ITX cases, the Air 240 supports MicroATX motherboards.
This gives you the option of installing dual GPUs.
Easy installation and upgrades
Tool-free 3.5” drive, 2.5” drive, and side panel removal means that builds and upgrades can be performed without reaching for a screwdriver.
The CPU backplate cutout allows you to upgrade your CPU cooler without taking out the motherboard.
Outstanding liquid cooling radiator support
The Air 240 has pre-spaced holes for 240mm radiators on the top, bottom, and front.
If you’re using a Mini-ITX motherboard, you can add both front and bottom 240mm radiators.
If you’re using a MicroATX motherboard with dual GPUs, you can install a front 240mm radiator.
The flexibility goes beyond dual Mini-ITX and MicroATX compatibility.
The included rubber feet can be placed on any of three surfaces, so you can customize the orientation of the chassis: as a standard tower, an inverted tower, or as a desktop.
Full side panel window
The panoramic window allows you to admire your work.
Build a clean, uncluttered system
The Air 240 has cable routing holes with grommets and tie-downs, with dedicated cable housing space behind the motherboard tray.
It’s easy to move your cables out of the way and out of the airflow path.