Corsair Graphite 780T Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅10-09-14

E-ATX and XL-ATX support

Excellent cable routing options

After detaching the side panels from 780T (which we have to admit is extremely easy thanks to the latch mechanism design) we can cast an eye over the internal design. Corsair has powder coated all elements of the inside in black and the motherboard tray supports M-ATX, ATX, XL-ATX and E-ATX form factors.

Corsair have been keen to furnish the inside with tool-free options for installing kit and has also provided great allocation for cable management.

The reverse side has the added bonus of having three SSD sleds, providing a hassle-free method of attaching 2.5” drives.

Area for mounting the PSU

At the bottom of 780T there is an area marked out for installing the PSU. This area not only has a detachable dust filter (as we have already seen), but there are rubber mounts for cushioning the unit once it’s inside the chassis.

There is support for units which are up to 260mm in size.

Up to nine PCI expansion slot covers

Being a full tower chassis, 780T has support for multi-GPU support – providing up to nine PCI expansion slots. The covers all have ventilation for better airflow inside the chassis and also have a thumbscrew to make the job of installing devices nice and easy.

On the next page we’ll continue our look at the inside of 780T

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