Corsair Graphite Series 600T Review

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅09-11-10

Removing the side panels on the 600T reveals a case with cable management high on the agenda. The interior features 8 rubber grommets for organising the cables directly next to the motherboard, a huge CPU cooler backplate cut-out and plenty of tool-less mechanisms. Lets take a look at each of these aspects of the 600T.

Lots of space, cable management grommets and tool-less installation

The front and back styling on the Corsair 600T

The area marked out for the PSU strangely has no rubber insulation. There is a bracket there that can be adjusted for longer PSUs. With the lack of rubber here for the PSU mounting there is going to be metal on metal. But the rubber usually seen in cases here also prevents vibration. Corsair should really have implemented this. Beneath the mesh panel there is a filter that can be removed from the bottom for cleaning.

PSU mounting

Moving up the interior of the 600T we have 8 expansion slots each featuring easy to remove thumbscrews. Ventilation holes are present to encourage the airflow driven by the fans inside the 600T.

Expansion slot covers feature thumbscrews and ventilation holes

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