Corsair Ships Graphite Series 600T Mid-Tower Case

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News Posted: Thu, Oct 7 2010 11:32 AM

Corsair's new Graphite Series 600T mid-tower computer case is now available.  The Graphite Series 600T made its debut at Computex in June. This case features dual 200mm fans, eight PCI-E expansion slots, and plenty of additional space. With the Graphite Series 600T, you'll get many of the builder-friendly features that are also found on Corsair's Obsidian Series 700D and 800D cases such as cable management and a large backplate cutout. The case has a USB 3.0 front panel connector as well.

Corsair Announces Retail Availability of Graphite Series 600T Mid-Tower Case

Fremont, California — October 7, 2010 — Corsair®, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the general retail availability of the Graphite Series™ 600T mid-tower computer case. Debuted at Computex in June, 2010, the 600T features dual 200mm fans, eight PCI-E expansion slots to accommodate multiple graphics cards, and plenty of room for large, power-hungry components.

The Graphite Series 600T has garnered enthusiastic praise from industry experts and end-users alike. Legit Reviews calls the 600T “a classy mid-tower with the room and features of a full tower.” The Tech Report states that “The truth is, the 600T is pretty much a home run for Corsair.” A customer review on Newegg.com says that “The form, fit, function, and design of the 600T are incredible.” Hardware Canucks states that “Corsair has once again produced a chassis that makes itself a leader amongst its competition.”

The Graphite Series 600T incorporates many of the same builder-friendly features from the award-winning Obsidian Series™ 700D and 800D, including advanced cable management and a large backplate cutout for easy CPU cooler installation. It is designed to accommodate years of future component upgrades, with a USB 3.0 front panel connector and heavy duty latches and panels. The Graphite Series 600T stands out from the crowd of standard mid-tower cases on the market by offering builder-friendly features, optimized airflow, and exciting, dynamic styling.

The Corsair Graphite Series 600T is available from Corsair’s worldwide network of resellers; the MSRP for this midtower case is $159 (US). This product is provided with a two-year limited warranty, and is backed by Corsair’s legendary customer service and technical support.

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fat78 replied on Thu, Oct 7 2010 5:11 PM

o lol i was thinking this was a full computer from the first picture.

i watched a video at their website on this case and i am liking the easy to cleandust filters, cable management, the removable hard drive bays, the nice size fans, and the easy to install of water cooling radiators.

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I really like this case too. it looks great, but I wish there was a windowed version.

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fat78 replied on Thu, Oct 7 2010 7:05 PM

I hope you like your new computer lifeskills.

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very nice looking case.

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Corsair cases usually are good looking and functional too. I'm happy with my far less expensive CoolerMaster Boxes though.

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Inspector replied on Thu, Oct 7 2010 10:21 PM

Ya, i love the design that makes it look sleek. I bought the CM storm sniper yesterday :)

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I still like the simple monolitihic look of the 800D :D

This one is very stylish, yet it looks like there are alot of places that you will have to spend time digging out dust from. Like the ports that are on top, those tend to just collect gunk like a hole collecting rainwater.

This one does look very well designed, just not my style. I am waiting to see the next incarnation of the 800 series:)

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Resin replied on Tue, Dec 7 2010 7:03 PM

I wish they would produce a mid tower with the look of the 800 or 700d. This still looks like a very nice case though.

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