Corsair Graphite Series 600T Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅09-11-10
Exterior

The Corsair 600T comes in a unattractive but eco-friendly cardboard box, there is plenty of information on each side detailing the technical specifications. In particular there is an emphasis on the size of this case against the features it boasts. "Mid-tower size, full tower features" is printed on the front of the box. Inside the 600T is covered in a cloth cover and protected with polystyrene pillars.


Simple box design, eco-friendly!


With the 600T out of its packaging, we can see the case has some very elegant styling. It tends to favour both enthusiast and gamer by its visual attraction. Although there are no Perspex windows or wild colours. This minimalist approach to the styling follows on from the previous Corsair cases to hit the market but brings in softer edges and more curves. Incidentally, each side of the 600T is identical. Steel in structure and featuring two latches that allow you to remove the side panels in just a few moments, without the need of the screwdriver or even screws. This implementation I am very fond of, it works very well and is a significant improvement over the traditional method of securing side panels.


Simple but very bold visual appearance



Latches on the side panels for quick and easy removal. A wonderful idea


Along the top of the 600T there is perforated steel panel which is removable. To remove this all you need to do is simply press the mesh panel down and this panel pops up. Removing this panel reveals a spacious cavity that has the capacity for installing 2 x 120mm fans or a dual 120 radiator. Underneath the inner mesh there is a top mounted 200mm fan. So not only does the 600T have great air cooling but there is the option to fully kit this out for water-cooling. Within this cavity there is also a lock (a key is provided) for securing the prominent side panel.


Perforated mesh panel at the top of the 600T is removable



Spacious cavity underneath with room for a dual 120 radiator





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