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Corsair Graphite Series 600T Arctic White Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

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  • Steel / Plastic ATX Mid Tower
  • 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x IEEE1394, 1 x Headphone, 1 x Mic Front Ports
  • 1 x 120 mm fan

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
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  • N/A
  • 11/23/2015 10:03:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood and bad

Pros: Looks awesome. Very spacious and has lots of airflow. Easy open/detachable covers. Wide grippy footprint = sturdiest case I've seen.

Cons: Front 200mm fan died 3 months ago. Would get it replaced, but looking to replace all the fans anyway. Large for a midATX case. Plastic shell/mould not perfectly mated (common 600t problem), and catches on metal door. Not an ideal case for water cooling (only a 240 rad up top).
Also, the front panel USB 3.0 has a standard connector that you have to plug in the back of your motherboard (really??). Wire seems short for that.

Other Thoughts: The case looks awesome, has lots of airflow and internal space. However, not a fan of the 200mm fans. Also, I'm building a custom loop now and foresee lots of case hacking; sort of wish I had a different case...

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  • 11/3/2015 10:36:37 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsLooks nice, but....

Pros: Looks nice, unique. Large interior space. Great cable management.

Cons: Wide footprint takes up more floor/leg space than necessary. When it came time to replace 200mm fan, I found standard 200mm fans are too high in profile. Corsair's special low profile 200mm fans never moved a lot of air, failed sooner than any other fan I've used, were expensive to replace when they were produced, and now are no longer available. I am now using 120mm fans where they will fit as my 200's die off. Fan speed controller knob failed within first few months so I had to find other ways of controlling fan speed while giant knob on top of my case is useless.

Other Thoughts: I will never again buy a case with odd fan sizes. They made this case huge for a mid-tower ATX and didn't even design it to take standard 200mm fans. These low profile 200mm fans have been nothing but a hassle and have forced me back to using only 120mm fans. Knowing what I know now, I wish I'd bought a different case. Probably an Antec 900 with a standard depth 200mm fan.

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  • N/A
  • 6/25/2015 6:59:05 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsOne of the best cases out there!

Pros: There is a lot of room witch makes it sooo easy to build in! especially if you have huge Shrek hands like me lol. And with removing the bottom hard drive cage you will get really good air flow with the dual 200mm fans. I honestly could go on about how great this case is. But i don't want to take up to much of your time reading this so i will just say. You will not have any problems building in this case and you will not be disappointed!

Cons: None at all

Other Thoughts: Happy building!

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  • pc enthusiast
  • 5/18/2015 11:54:00 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

3 out of 5 eggsThoughts about the 600T

Pros: 1: Easy to remove side panels just push down on the two latches and the side panels falls down and just remove.

2: Nice rubber grommets on the motherboard panel.

3: Large case feet with rubber underneath to keep the case in place.

4: Plenty of places to put case fans.

5: Quick and easy to use harddrive trays.

6: Wide case to be able to hold large video cards.

7: Room for cables to be placed behind motherboard tray.

8: Quick release latches for the 5.25" drive bays.

Cons: 1: The case fans that came with this case have got to be
the worst fans I have ever had the displeasure to briefly
use. Even though I did not plan on using these fans for
the long run the fans bite the dust one after the other
with in a very short amount of time. They might as well
have sold the case without fans and sold the case for a
lower price.

2: Removing the front 200mm fan from the case can be
a big hassle because one can not get a straight shot to
remove the screws because the front bezel of the case
encroaches into much and makes it almost impossible
to remove the screws. The only way I could remove the
screws without taking off the front bezel was to take a
tiny flat head screwdriver and place it into the Phillips
screw and was just able to apply enough torque to
remove the screws. A major oversight on Corsair part.

3: The hard drive sleds has the tendency to make noise
do to the vibration of the hard drive being in a plastic
sled that is against the metal hard drive cage.

4: Lack of a quality dust filter. The dust filter is nothing
more then a half baked use of window screen and what
I mean by half baked is the screen filter had frays that
had to be trimmed. These kind of filters do not keep out
the dust the only thing these filters will keep out is the
animal hair. For the price of the case one would think
that they could have used a fine foam filter and not just
a filter on the bottom and the front but also put a Filter
on the top, rear and side of the case as well.

5: The fan control knob on the case I had a lot of
problems with first off one would think that the fan
control knob would adjust the fan to many different
speeds right not so, the fan control has only what
seems to me to be only three settings, with the knob
turned all the way to the left the fans don't get enough
power to spin up, with the knob towards the middle the
fans speeds up to around medium low and with the knob
turned all the way to the right the fans speed up to medium
high. I could not seem to get the fans to spin up to there
full speed, it seems the fan control knob does not have
variable voltages but only three points within the knob to
control the speeds of the fans.

6: Only one USB 3.0 on the top front of the case and the
USB 3.0 don't even connect up to the motherboard
header but runs out the back of the case and plugs into
the back of the motherboard USB 3.0 port.

7: The adjustment bar for the power supply to rest on is
metal and with the interior of the case being made out of
metal it will tend to vibrate.

8: With the case that I received the side panels did not fit
in right because the case had a little bit of a warp and I had
to really push to get the side panels on.

9: The side panels also has the tendency to vibrate at times.

10: The round rubber grommets where one would screw
the fans to the case, when tightening the fan screws to the
fan the round rubber grommets will slip t

Other Thoughts: When I got this case it was intended to be a case that I
was to use for a year or so till the right case came along
that would meet my taste and style and preferably made
of aluminum. Well I've had this case for around four
years now and still waiting for the right case, though
there is one that should hopefully be out soon. I would
have never of thought that I would have had so many
issues with a pc case, there are many areas that Corsair
overlooked such as not being able to remove the front
200mm case fan without having to remove the front
bezel, let alone install a 200mm fan when the fan that
came with the case bites the dust. Removing the front
bezel is not as easy as just pulling out from the bottom
but requires a good bit of work to remove the bezel.
I got fed up with the fan control that is in this case that
I got a proper 5.25" fan speed controller and had no
issues. With many of Corsairs products they seem to
just want to quickly come up with a product that they
can sell and overlook important and even sometimes
very obvious things. Unfortunately this case has left a
really bad impression on me with Corsair and is very
unlikely I would ever own another product by them

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  • Scrappy
  • 5/3/2015 8:41:34 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSwiss army knife of computer cases

Pros: What ever your building, good to go. They thought of everything. Everything went in easy as I had hoped and expected. Plenty of room for expansion. I hung onto my GeForce GTX 460 and it looked tiny in the case. Plenty of room for any graphic card.
And can't express enough kudos on the cable management and standard fans.

Cons: It's classified as a mid size ATX case but it was on the large size for that classification. If I have to complain about something, maybe that. But with size comes plenty of room to install and add in the future.

Other Thoughts: This is my 4th build and the case made it my fav so far. Great pleasure working with a well thought out design. You can't go wrong.

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  • 2/4/2015 6:57:17 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGreat case.... door clasps flawed!

Pros: ROOM.... plenty of it.
Great wire management,
Water cooling compatibility and management is good,
Aesthetics are very pleasing,
expandability features are also very useful.

Cons: 200mm fans went out after a few months,
and my biggest gripe would be the door claps that hold the case door in place, broken after a few months, (both sides).
I'm guessing bad design, or just maybe a bad batch. Either way my case has no side panels on, and hasn't for a while.

Other Thoughts: Over all case has been one of the best Ive had a build in and would still recommend.!!!

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  • Pete
  • 12/9/2014 1:05:50 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Great looks. Very nice cable management.

Cons: 120mm Fan on top came to me DOA. Replaced for 10 bucks. Not returning it for that.

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  • Maros
  • 12/5/2014 8:33:27 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGot Another One. Awesome

Pros: This case is just great. Made a build for the roommate including this case. Roomy & looks cool. Case dwarfs actual build, but the roommate wanted easy expandability with quality components.

Had mine for several months or a year or so. Good stuff.

Cons: It's big & wide. Which if you're needing that isn't a con. I believe the price went up since it first came out - or at least since I bought mine. Worth it, though.

Other Thoughts: Roommate wanted a powerful, peacefully silent build. Graphic concerns were secondary.

i7-4790k w/212 evo heatsink
16gb gskill 16g 1600 ram
xfx r7 250 passive amd vid card
240 (256?) Crucial SSD
Several 2tb+ hdds
600w cx Corsair psu

Cool enough inside I only run one of the case fans on low. (With the window, not the grill.) Roommate complained a few times she's spooked by how silent it is.

Actually, she's looking at it right now. LOL

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  • ChattyKathy
  • 11/19/2014 5:08:30 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHuge, innovative, somewhat tricky

Pros: The case is cavernous. I doubt you could fill this thing if you tried. Innovative touches here and there as well. Fan-speed control on top, cleanable dust grates, tool-less bay mounts (see: con, tricky). The fans are fairly quiet for how large they are. Case feels solid and protected. Nice window to see the components in action or to check your dust buildup.

Cons: I'm not the most advanced user, and I was transplanting an instruction-less motherboard into the case, but there were some tricky elements of this case. First, there is frankly a GIANT bundle of barely-labeled wiring coming from the front panel. This took quite some time to figure out. Second, perhaps a stupid mistake, but I installed a hard drive the wrong way and it took a good amount of muscle and thinking to get it out, reorient it, and replace it. Instructions would have helped. In my particular situation, I'd like to see an option to turn the LEDs off on the fans. Might keep me up at night.

Cable Management-- Now, the case advertises that it's got these secret passages for cabling. Maybe for super-advanced users with a stockpile of extra wiring. I found myself having to stretch certain cords just to get them across the cavernous interior to their respective locations. The giant tangle of wires from the front panel are hard to separate and run through their "cable hiding" panels effectively.

Other Thoughts: A bit overpriced, but during the build I was surprised at every turn how this case tries to best its competitors through innovation. You simply cannot fathom how big this case is though. Full-sized suitcase almost.

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  • Corbin
  • 11/7/2014 4:29:47 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsCool case, but it's missing things that could make it perfect

Pros: All the nice happy things:

-BIG. Like, I knew it would be big, clearly, but I wasn't away how big. Vertically, it's not bad. Front to back is rather large though, and it's mainly from the front section which I'd say is about 2-3 inches of the overall length in plastic. This isn't bad and may not bug you, as I think it looks awesome, but to each their own. It's also kind of fat being that the doors aren't snug against the inner chassis. The outer plastic casing is also what houses the latching mechanism for the doors, which is butter smooth and easy to open. Seriously. Easiest case ever to get in and out of. But this thing has room. Things get wonky when you try to go beyond the configuration this is intended for (I'll touch on that in the cons), but I seriously doubt many people will have any trouble getting what they need into this thing.

-Cool. Very cool. I don't get crazy with overclocking but once in awhile I'll feel a little nerdy and I'll bump up my 4770k to like 4.5ghz. I've never had any problems with temps above where they rightfully should save for occasional spikes, so my H100 is definitely getting ample flow. I feel like there could be some better cooling options to it (which I will address below), but it's not like you don't know what you're getting when you buy this case.

-Looks sweet as hell. I can't wait until one day I get bold enough to break out some paint and give it a good ol Sandtroopering.

-Cable management options are pretty good. I feel like there could have been some better indents and holes for ties on the mounting panel, but I never really noticed the lack of that until I helped a friend build an NZXT case. Still, as far as keeping cables clean and away from sight from the front, it does a good job. The massive hole next to the drive cages might leave some unwanted fan cables visible, but it's nothing some electrical tape can't fix.

Cons: Alright, now the slightly sad things:

-Front ports are garbage. Honestly, I can't really say that, as if they were as durable as they need to be, they would be great. But they're not. The points are soldered in perpendicular to the board. This means that the cables hand straight down from the top of the case. This wouldn't be a bad think if that control area wasn't directly above the topmost optical disk bay. Upon squeezing my DVD drive in there, the cable was pinched between the drive and the PCB and eventually shorted out. My fan controller still works (thankfully), but the USB 2.0's and the USB 3.0 are all shot, and offer terrible connection now. This happened probably about a month into my year ownership and it hasn't bothered me enough to RMA, but I would certainly like working front-ports again. Maybe Corsair will read this and send me the electronics for a new front panel assembly. But yeah, just make sure your top drive isn't pinching your cables when you install it, or just move it down to the second bay.

-USB 3.0 connector is stupid as hell. It forces you to route the cable through the case, out the back through a hole, and into a 3.0 on the ports of your motherboard. I'm sure you can buy a converter for the 3.0 header on your motherboard, it's just a really stupid solution to what should not have been an existent problem.

-Fans. Oh, the fans. I'll get my first gripe out of the way first: a back 140mm would have been nicer than a 120mm. But that's just me really. The major problems come in this form: originally, I intended to mount my h100 to the top of the case with 4 SP120': Two in the top cavity of the case specially made for 2x120's or 1x200mm, and two under the radiator inside of the case. Sadly, due to the huge slabs of aluminum that ASUS feels necessary to place on their Z87-Pro boards, it was impossible to squeeze the fans in past them. This may not be a problem with the Z97's, since having installed two of them in friend's rigs, I can say they are lower profile, but it's something to consider. I am fine with the two on top pulling the air out, but I would have rather had two more under it as well pushing more air through the radiator.

-I have to make a new bullet point for the front 200mm. This one is just too annoying. The 200mm fans that come with case are pretty bad. Unfortunately, Corsair does not make an AF200 or SP200. The only 200mm fans they seem to make, really, are the ones that come with this case. So obviously there must be other fans out there that fit? Yeah, no. The only one I have seen that reliably fits is the Coolermaster Megaflow that I current have in. But sadly, this forces you to move your drive cages back towards the motherboard and out from under the 5.25" bays. There are other really cool fans out there that I would love to fit in this, but sadly they just flat out don't. Not without severe modification and some creative rigging. Also disappointing is the fact that the 200's do not mount

Other Thoughts: (Continued from the Cons)

-side grill that comes as a replacement to the acrylic window on the side of the case. If Corsair would just release a solid 200mm fan as a part of their AF or SP series, I would be super happy, as this case is begging for some real fans in it.

-The tabs on the plastic casing around the metal chassis are a little flimsy. Most people won't take them off, but I had to for some crafty cable routing and in a vain attempt to fix the front ports. After the second time of doing so, one of the tabs on the back section broke off. This wouldn't be so bad if it didn't make me paranoid as hell to pick up my tower now because I feel like the rest of the tabs won't hold the plastic to the chassis when I lift it to transport. I'm sure it's structurally sound, but just knowing that it could potentially pop apart in my arms is horrifying.

I know it seems like I'm picking this case apart. I'm really not. I love it, and I'm happy with my purchase. I just feel like there could have been some improvements to the design and overall quality of it. Great case, and very capable of many things so long as you can overlook a few quirky and irritating flaws.

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