Corsair Graphite 600T Mid Tower Case Video Review

Author: FiXT
Date: September 20, 2010
Product Name: Corsair Hydro H70 CPU Cooler
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Since Corsair's foray into the chassis market, consumers have clamoured for the company to produce not only a more moderately sized tower, but one more sensitive in price as well.

Well, it's here, the new line of Corsair Graphite cases debuts with the 600T model, a mid tower that takes some of the best of the Obsidian series and packages it into a unique new design that gives off a little more personality than the original and even improves on many of the the common irritants. From the ground up, this case was made for the computer builder and enthusiast. Not to say it isn't a great every day chassis, but to truly appreciate the 600T one has to be able to build with it, work with it and challenge it.

How the 600T manages be so price conscious is actually a bit of a mystery. Corsair has moved to plastic body accents for the exterior design, but otherwise the companies rigorous quality standards and uniquely engineered features give it the feel of a much more premium product. The list of standout features is extensive; from a gorgeous metallic flake graphite paint, to superb cable management design and vastly improved airflow, the 600T is not your average mid-tower.

Corsair has made a bold step forward, moving away from the simple box design of the Obsidian series, and into a case with a little more attitude. They have given their target audience exactly what they want, a solid framework with a wide range of customization, flexibility and tremendous ease of use. Corsair has once again produced a chassis that makes itself a leader amongst its competition.


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