The cases feature the CORSAIR RapidRoute cable management system featured in the 4000 series. For the 5000 Series, a concealed cutout, which CORSAIR says can fit “all major connectors to your motherboard”, has been added. 25mm of cable routing depth at the back of the motherboard and a magnetic door to cover the cabling are also featured.
For cooling, the 5000D and 5000D AIRFLOW offer two 120mm fans with CORSAIR AirGuide technology. Additionally, the 5000D has dedicated ventilation channels on its “minimalist” solid steel front panel, while the 5000D AIRFLOW’s steel front panel features triangular cutouts for airflow.
Meanwhile, the 5000X RGB has three SP120 RGB ELITE AirGuide fans. Each fan has eight “individually addressable” RGB LEDS controlled by an iCUE Lighting Node CORE controller and CORSAIR iCUE software. The 5000X RGB has four tempered glass panels to display the fans’ lighting and the RGB components.
All three cases offer room for up to ten 120mm fans or four 140mm cooling fans. They also have room for up to four 2.5-inch SSDs and two 3.5-inch HDDs, in addition to front panel I/O ports including one USB 3.1 Type-C port and two USB 3.0 ports. The motherboard tray has customizable fan mounts for an extra 360mm radiator on the side of the case as well.
The cases are available in black or white.