Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB Chassis Review

Conclusion and Verdict

In conclusion, the Crystal 680X RGB sets a new standard for the sheer amount of support and features that this chassis has to offer. Installation is a breeze thanks to the amount of room available by dedicating space for drives and plentiful cable management options and mostly tool-less installation. The chassis is aesthetically pleasing when fully assembled. The solid construction gives the Crystal 680X RGB an outstanding build quality without being overly heavy given the size of the chassis. For those interested in liquid cooling their system, the Corsair 680X RGB has plenty of room to offer support for up to four radiators!

Conversely, the only downside that I experienced was with the 2.5″ drive bays. There remained a little play after the solid-state drives were installed.


You can  buy the Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB Chassis for around USD @249-269 from Amazon –



  • Great build quality
  • RGB is stunning
  • Spacious interior
  • Can hold seven storage drives
  • Available in black or white
  • Tempered glass panels are very high quality, crystal clear
  • Very liquid cooling friendly
  • All intakes have removable dust filters
  • Surfaces are easy to maintain and keep clean
  • Hinged tempered side panel for easy access
  • Includes Lightning Node Pro ($59.99 value) Fan Hub ($9.99 value ) and (3) LL120 RGB fans ($100 value)
  • USB 3.1 Type-C Gen2 I/O part of the chassis
  • Quiet operation


  • 2.5″ storage drive trays have a bit of play, even with a drive installed


Final Thoughts

Corsair continues to raise the stakes will their offering of the Crystal 680X RGB. This chassis pretty much has everything you could ask for and it would be insane to not recommend this chassis!


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