The Corsair Vengeance C70 is a striking chassis, no doubt about that. With dimensions of 23x53.3x50.6 cm it's a big case, but as you could see on the chart on the previous page it's not the biggest we've ever seen. Corsair managed to include quite a few features in there. On the front you immediately notice the honeycomb design of the air intake. The large plexiglass window in the side panel is another sign this is a chassis that wants to show off, not only its exterior, but also its interior.
Frontal connectors include two USB 3.0 ports, and two audio jacks. It's not a lot, but it'll do. The power and reset buttons look as if they come from a military control panel somewhere. The power button is covered with a type of silicone or rubber as if it's waterproof, and the reset button resides below a transparent plastic cap so you can't accidentally press it. It looks like an ominous launch button in a missile silo perhaps.
On the top you'll find two thin but sturdy carrying handles. They stay flat on the chassis by means of a spring mechanism.
The rear has few surprises. There are two round metal plates you can press out and pull through water cooling tubes, and eight slots for expansion cards.