Corsair Graphite 600T Case and Airflow Pro Memory PreviewMon, May 31, 2010 - 6:00 PM
More Corsair 600T Case Pictures
The back of the Corsair Graphics 600T shows off the eight PCI slots, water cooling pass-through star grommets and space for a 120mm fan. It just so happens the that Corsair Hydro H50 is designed for a 120mm case fan location, so Corsair’s very own water cooler easily works in the 600T and that is what the prototype had installed.
Here is a picture of the inside top area of the 600T that shows you how well the Corsair Hydro H50 water cooler fits and the location of the 200mm top fan. Corsair loaded the Graphite 600T with a ton of cable grommets and plenty of space behind the motherboard tray, so cabling will not be an issue on the 600T.
Moving down inside the case Corsair has a pair of removable drive cages
that each fit three drives. They have mounting holes for both SSDs and
HDDs, so no matter what storage drive type you run they will fit. What
was really thoughtful is that Corsair made the top drive bay modular so that it can be placed next to the lower one. If longer graphics
cards come out 2-3 years from now you know this case will have more than
enough room to fit them. Corsair showed us the 600T with an ATI Radeon
HD 5970 in it and it had plenty of room left, even with the cages left
With the top drive cage removed you can see the 200mm fan that blows
across both drive cages. It is when you look at a picture like this
that you notice that Corsair lifted the drive cages up to ensure that
all had good airflow. It’s little features like this that might go
overlooked, but shouldn’t as it shows they thought about usability when
Here is a closer look at the eight PCI slots that are used in the chassis. Notice there is really no space between the eighth slot and the power supply, but this should not be a huge concern as you can still run a dual-slot video card off the bottom slot on a full sized ATX motherboard in this mid-tower. That is our look at the Corsair Graphite 600T Mid Tower PC Case that will retail for $150 and will hit the streets later this summer. Now let’s take a look at what Corsair is doing on the memory side.