There are a lot of various PC cases on the market and it’s sometimes hard to see where you can innovate in this sector. Corsair, a PC manufacturer has decided to flip it’s internals upside down with their new case.

The new ‘inverse’ layout apparently allows better distribution of heat in the case because components like the power supply and graphics card heat will go directly to the top rather than over other components.

The case is available in two versions: the silent (sound deadening) 600Q or the clear-side panel version called the 600C. Both cases will cost $219 RRP AUD each and will be available around mid-December in Australia.