Legit Case Reviews
Corsair Graphite Series 600T Mid-Tower PC Case Review
|Date:||Wed, Sep 15, 2010 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Shane Higgins -|
External Impressions Contiuned
Looking at the Graphite 600T from the side it’s hard to tell at a glance which side you are looking at as they are the same. Now, you might be thinking to yourself that the case looks awfully deep. Well, it is. Coming in at 23.3 inches it’s a full 5 inches deeper than most run of the mill mid-tower cases, only 1 inch deeper than the Cooler Master HAF 922 and 4 inches deeper then the new Cooler Master HAF 912.
The side panels use two paddle latches. The latches are sturdy and feel solid.
Moving around to the rear of the case we can see the Graphite 600T has a rear 120mm exhaust fan, 8 expansion slots, 2 water cooling tube pass though holes, and a bottom mounted power supply.
Like the front and top 200mm fans the rear 120mm fan has the rubber isolators as well.
The Graphite 600T has 8 expansion slots; 7 of them have vented slot covers and the 8th has a solid cover with a notch cut in it for the USB3 cable to pass through.
At the bottom of the Graphite 600T is the power supply mounting area. The PSU has a lower vent with a screen. The screen can be removed from the rear of the case for cleaning.
Looking at the bottom of the case we can see the Graphite 600T has four large feet.
The case feet are large rubber pads glued to the side rails. These have a fair bit of grip to them. I found myself having to pick the case up to turn it on my workbench. So, the chances of the Graphite 600T sliding around on you is very slim.
Next Page - Moving Inside the Corsair Graphite 600T
Page 1 - Cosair Graphite 600T Mid Tower Case
Page 2 - Packing for the Graphite 600T
Page 3 - External Impressions of the Corsair Graphite 600T
Page 4 - External Impressions Contiuned
Page 5 - Moving Inside the Corsair Graphite 600T
Page 6 - Installing parts into the corsair Graphite 600T
Page 7 - Final Thoughts and Conclusion