Corsair Graphite 230T Review
Up Close: Stripped
As the majority of the case is actually riveted steel the only piece to remove is the front panel. It didn't exactly come away easy though, to the extent that at one point we we're in two minds as to whether it was actually meant to be removed at all.
Removing the front panel won't require you to feed lots of wires through as the front I/O is not connected to it. If you really wanted o remove this then a few screws will see you right. The front fans are also fixed to the main chassis of the case. With the Orange 230T featured here these light up Orange when the power is on. If you had any ideas about changing out for 140s you can forget them as there's mounting points only for 120s.
Taking into account how hard it was to remove the front fascia, cleaning the front air filter is also going to be a bit of a chore as it's physically attached to the fascia. Still at least there is a filter.