Corsair 600T Case Review

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Corsair 600T Review


A while ago we took a look at Corsairs first foray into the case market with the full-size 800D. It was certainly good looking and well built but just wasn't very good at keeping your components cool.

Call us picky but when we're buying a case, its ability to keep our components cool is quite high on our agenda.

Since then Corsair have gone back to the drawing board and brought us the mid-tower sized 600T. We had to take a look at it and what better way to do so than with a video review.

Of course we know full well that many of our readers are, well, readers and trying to sneak a bit of OC3D in on your Monday morning isn't easy if you have to have me blaring out from your speakers, so this is more of a taster. A companion piece if you will.

Enough pre-amble, especially when you've got 18 minutes of video to go. Let's crack on.

Feature Set

Although not as lengthy as the specifications of motherboards and the like, nonetheless here is the feature set from the Corsair website.

  • Twin 200mm cooling fans with white LEDs for excellent cooling
  • 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!
  • Two year warranty with Corsair’s world-class customer service and technical support

Time to take a look at what we have on our bench today.

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Most Recent Comments

06-09-2010, 07:20:56

Corsair have produced their second case after the Obsidian, the Corsair 600T. Does it fix the faults of the 800D?

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06-09-2010, 08:54:07

No like. I don't like the rounded look.

One thing I really liked about the 800D was the nice square look. It looks like it is trying to look like something else now.

Ick where are my manners. Thanks Tom.Quote

06-09-2010, 09:13:52

nope i would rather have a 840 at that priceQuote

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