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Corsair Graphite 780T PC Case Review

Overall we are very impressed with what the Corsair Graphite 780T has to offer.  It is clear that Corsair is determined to stay at the forefront of the PC case market, expanding their range even further to satisfy the needs of enthusiasts.

The design of the Graphite 780T is very eye catching and we imagine that most enthusiasts will share our opinion that it is very good looking indeed. Some may be disappointed by Corsair’s choice to paint the interior of the case plain black, however we that the combination of white and black elements in the design adds to the Graphite 780T’s appeal.

Corsair haven’t strayed to far from their usual internal design for this case, which is no bad thing.  The installation process was very simple indeed, partly thanks to the vast amount of room to work with inside the case. The only slight issue is with the expansion slot screws which are obstructed slightly by the plastic bezel which goes around the edge of the case. They are still accessible though so this shouldn’t pose a significant issue.

In our thermal and acoustic tests, the Graphite 780T performed well.  We imagine that most enthusiasts will replace the stock fans, however they are very good in their own right, keeping temperatures to a minimum without making too much noise.  This case lends itself particularly well to water cooling.  It can accept two 360 mm water cooling radiators without any modifications, thanks to the modular drive bay design.

At a price of £145 from Overclockers UK, we feel that the Corsair Graphite 780T offers fairly good value for money.  As we have come to expect from Corsair, build quality is excellent, the installation process is simple and the included features are more than we would usually expect.

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  • Distinctive design.
  • Solid build quality.
  • Simple installation process.
  • Extensive water cooling options.
  • Good thermal and acoustic performance.
  • Decent value for money.


  • Expansion slot screws are difficult to access.

KitGuru says: Another class leading case from Corsair.


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Rating: 9.0.

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