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Paying tribute to the amazing woman who built this machine, I named it after her all time favourite plane, the Lockheed C-130H. Thus, here is the C-2070H!

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We originally felt like Corsair’s RGB was all gimmicky, but we’ve pulled a full 180. These things are darn near infinitely customizable. I went with a pink base for the fans and front panel then overlayed a RGB effect on top. The fans have a raindrop effect. In motion it resembles a nightclub! These pictures don’t do it justice!

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The front panel has a sort of Knight Rider thing going on. The pink is overlayed with a colour changing band that darts back and forth.

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The front panel supports three fans, so I’ll get two more of the front fans. When I upgrade the CPU I’ll likely go with an AIO cooler with RGB support. This case is brilliantly designed to hide a radiator without compromising the looks. There is a maybe 3 inch gap between the top cover (which has large vents) and the ceiling of the case.

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Sadly, we did find out that our M.2 is really just a SSD and not the NVME we thought it was. The box it came in was a bit misleading. Ugh. At least it’s basically the fastest SSD I’ve ever seen.

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As for the RTX 2070, it crunches through games so well that most of the time the fans are either off or just one is running.

I can't thank you enough, Madame DeLorean. <3

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