Corsair Graphite Series CC-9011020-WW Steel Silver 600T Mid-Tower Computer Case
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- Twin 200mm cooling fans with white LEDs for excellent cooling
- Side panel with cutout for window AND mesh with room for four 120mm fans — both included
- Eight expansion slots provides you flexibility for multiple graphics card solutions
- Unique cable routing holes guarantees you a clean and clutter-free installation
- Integrated fan controller, for up to four fans, gives you the choice of noise vs. performance
- Tool-free optical drive installation makes building your system faster than ever
- CPU backplate cutout makes upgrading your CPU heatsink easy
- 2.5” and 3.5” hard drive compatibility for up to 6 drives — straight out of the box
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Corsair Graphite Series Silver Mid-Tower Case is a mid-tower in height, but inside it's positively cavernous. Easily accommodate even the longest graphics cards in the industry due to the reconfigurable hard drive bays. The increased space behind the motherboard tray allows clean, uncluttered cable routing. Up to six hard drive caddies, each of which can accommodate SSDs and standard mechanical disks, sit below the four 5.25 inches tool-free optical drive bays. The Graphite Series 600T makes it easy to build a world-class gaming system. With excellent cooling from the dual 200 mm fans, eight PCI-E expansion slots to accommodate multiple graphics cards and plenty of room for large, power-hungry components, the Graphite Series 600T can handle just about anything you can throw at it.Corsair innovated cable routing with the Obsidian Series cases and the Graphite Series features the same ingenious design. Pre-cut holes in the motherboard tray with rubber grommets and plenty of room behind the motherboard to route cables for a clean, uncluttered interior. The optical drive bays are tool-free, the side panels easily detach with the built-in latch mechanisms and the integrated fan controller allows you to choose between quiet operation or maximum cooling performance. Graphite Series meet at the intersection of high performance and dramatic design. They provide the expansion and cooling flexibility you need for fast, reliable systems, with smart interior ergonomics and leading edge shapes and forms.The Graphite Series provides full-tower features in a mid-tower sized case, with an emphasis on performance and style. Whether you are an expert or on your first build, the Graphite Series is designed from the ground up to provide you with an incredible building experience. The Graphite Series proves that a high-performance case can be highly functional and look good doing it.
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- Great case for the money.
- Comes a fan controller.
- White LED lights on the top and front fans provides very cool illumination.
- Nice mesh side panel that allows for installation of 4x 120mm fans. I bought 4x Corsair AF 120mm White LED fans to match the rest of the case.
- Removable trays for hard drives, very easy to install and mount!
Not so sure about:
The fan controller doesn't seem to have that big of an effect on the 4 120mm fans that I installed on the side panel mesh. Turning it all the way down doesn't seem to slow them down that much. Turning it all the way up does make them run a bit faster, but not sure if the lowest setting should still be that fast. I have the rest of the fans wired to my Mobo, so I'm not worried about having the fans too low, but I am assuming the controller is still spinning the fans fairly fast just in case those 4 fans were the only fans in the system.
- Zero documentation! I had no idea how half of the case worked until I closely examined the case it self.
- Optical drive bays has a "easy" installation mechanism that snaps ODDs in place. Unfortunately this makes mounting certain SD card reader expansion slots almost impossible. Those readers half half the length of the ODDs and do not reach the back of the bay where there is a lever that needs to be pressed against to keep the ODD from moving. Since the SD card reader doesn't reach. You cannot mount it and have it stay in place by itself since you can't use a screw to fasten the device like you would have been able to on a normal bay. I had to use a binder clip to "affix" mine in place. I say affix, because it makes it harder to move around and as long as I am gentle, it keeps the card reader in place.
- Front USB 3.0 port is just an USB extender. I'm basically running a huge cable through the middle of my case out the back of the case through a PCI slot to plug into a USB port. Only the USB 2.0 ports on the front are for plugging into the motherboard headers.
Now here's my review.
This is a large case and everything is easy to get to. As such, it will accommodate many additional drives and other future upgrades. Also, with three case fans and a CPU fan, my CPU (an Intel i7 3770) hums along at 34 degrees Celsius. Nice and cool even under load.
The case fans are also very very quiet. Very impressive.
The documentation is appalling. What passes for documentation is a glorified packing list. Experienced builders will not be affected but newbies had better consult YouTube.
The case feels kind of cheap when compared with the Dell Optiplex and Apple units I normally deal with. A fair amount of low gauge sheet metal and cheap plastics went into this unit. Perhaps this is par for the course with these third party cases but I was a little disappointed.
The case is really big so make sure you have space. As a point of reference, my 14 year old fit in the box with room to spare and she is not tiny. So, given the size, quiet fans and expansion space, I am happy to recommend this case. Better documentation and slightly better build quality and I would give it five stars.
For me, a few key features lead me to purchase this:
1. Being about to route the power supply cables behind the motherboard through rubber protected cutouts. The only cables over my motherboard are the PCI-E for my video card.
2. Filters on the fan intakes. Something simple, but it really helps with those 2 200mm fans.
4. Connecting all your fans (up to 5) to the fan controller on the top.
3. Accessibility. Easy to open on both sides, lots of room to work with.
I would give this 5 out of 5 but the already mounted rear 120mm fan is DOA. I know, I should have tested it before installing everything but I didn't. I verified it isn't a power issue since other fans work. For the cost of the case, you'd expect that to work. Ordered a new 120mm fan today.
Great style, with the rounded edges, glowing soft blue/white lights.
Quiet for how much airflow their is.
Running cabling inside the case when its through the huge rubber ports behind the motherboard is great.
There aren't any seperate compartments for psu etc that would make mounting the psu difficult.
Lots of high quality usb ports on the top front of the case.
The on/off and reset buttons are firm and pretty with the on/off lights.
The HDD led light is easy to see when glancing down at the case.
The hard drives mounts are awesome, and can be tool free if your not working with SSD's as those require mounting from the bottom of the hard drive shelfs with screws.
Cd rom mounts are completely tool free and screw free, just slide it in and it locks in place with no brackets even.
Case is widest i've ever seen at over 10 inch, barely fits in the Mid size case nook in my desk
Longer too then most mid size cases at 24 inches.
Fans don't come pre attached to the controller knob. You have to hook at 3 preinstalled fans up, forget to do this and you won't have any case fans. I would of thought they would of been pre hooked up.
This case is pure genius, its soo good its almost like common sense, why haven't cases always been designed like this? I mean its as perfect as it gets besides the width.