Corsair Launches 600T Graphite Series Mid-Tower Chassis.

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Corsair, A leading designer of high performance pc components and gaming hardware announced today a new chassis, the Graphite Series 600T mid-tower case which is the latest addition to its award inning high performance pc cases.
The graphite series 600T is the successor of the Obsidian series700D and 800D full tower chassis. It blends the features of those cases to make a high performance case. The chassis comes with a USB 3.0 panel at the front with heavy duty latches and panels. The mid-tower case surely out performs all the other mid tower cases by its massive airflow, cooling performance and an elegant design.

“Corsair took the case market by storm with the launch of the Obsidian Series 700D and 800D, and with the launch of the Graphite Series 600T, the storm will most certainly continue,” said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing, Corsair. “The Graphite Series 600T may be a mid-tower on the outside, but inside it offers the features and performance of a full-tower case. Whether you are building a system with multiple GPUs, extra-long GPUs, or advanced water-cooling, the 600T will accommodate your needs with style.”

The new case offers advanced cable management and a large back plate cut out so user can easily install CPU coolers without the need to take out the motherboard again and again. The case can also hold dual 120mm radiators for water cooling setups. The case comes with three fans, a 200mm at the front with dust filters for intake, a 200mm at the top for outtake and another outtake 120mm fan at the back. There‘s also a integrated fan controller for controlling fan speeds and configuring sound of the fans.

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The case has enough room to fit in the longest graphic cards like GTX 480 and HD 5970 and up to 3 way SLI or Crossfire is possible with the case. The case has up to 6 2.5” or 3.5” drive bays and can hold up to four 5.25” front panel devices. Overall Corsair has done a great job on this case.

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