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Corsair Graphite 600T Mid-Tower Case Review

Rating: 9.0.

Corsair have been building on their success in the memory business, expanding into many other areas of tech in the past few years.  But they haven’t done so in a half-hearted way – each new product they have launched has been class leading  like their  H70 watercooler which we reviewed recently.

Today we’re going to look at Corsair’s latest PC case, the Graphite 600T, which fits in at the bottom of their range beneath the popular Obsidian series.  But being at the bottom of the range doesn’t mean this is a low-end case; it is a feature packed mid tower case, aimed at enthusiasts who don’t have an unlimited budget.

Features

  • Twin 200mm cooling fans with white LEDs for excellent cooling
  • Eight expansion slots provides you flexibility for multiple graphics card solutions
  • Unique cable routing holes guarantees you a clean and clutter-free installation
  • Integrated fan controller, for up to four fans, gives you the choice of noise vs. performance
  • Tool-free optical drive installation makes building your system faster than ever
  • CPU backplate cutout makes upgrading your CPU heatsink easy
  • 2.5” and 3.5” hard drive compatibility for up to 6 drives — straight out of the box!
  • Two year warranty with Corsair’s world-class customer service and technical support

Specification

Dimensions 20″ (H) x 23.3″ (L) x 10.4″ (W) – (507mm x 592mm x 265mm)
Material Steel structure with molded ABS plastic accent pieces
Color Graphite Grey and Black
Model CC600T
Drive Bays (x4) 5.25″

(x6) 3.5″/2.5″ Drive Caddies

Cooling (x2) 200mm Fans w/White LEDs

(x1) 120mm Fan

Expansion Slots 8
Motherboard ATX, mATX
Front I/O (x4) USB 2.0

(x1) USB 3.0

(x1) IEEE1394

(x1) Headphone, (x1) MIC

Power Supply ATX (not included)

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