Corsair Graphite 760T
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Corsair Graphite 760T Review
Ideal for use by avid and high-end gamers, the Corsair Graphite 760T is one of the two full tower PC cases in the Graphite Series (the other is the Corsair Graphite 730T).
It is hard not to express appreciation for the Corsair Graphite 760T. From the first moment we laid eyes on it, we immediately knew it is something truly special. The stunning design of the chassis, available in black / black and arctic white / black colors, is made from plastic, solid steel and mesh materials. But what instantly caught our eye were its full-windowed hinged swing-outside panel doors, which are kept in place by flush mounted latches. High-gloss polycarbonate material is used on the side panels, while the front panel is made of transparent material, offering a clear view of what is inside the system.
The swing-out window design of the Corsair Graphite 760T certainly ticks the boxes when it comes to convenience and easy accessibility of the internal components. However, the absence of a locking mechanism on the mounted latches make the 760T more than a little vulnerable, since its interior can be accessed by anyone, including thieves and people who want to sabotage it. Clearly, if you are part of a local area network, it is wise to either think of a way to lock and secure it, or choose a different full tower case instead.
Measuring 22.4” x 9.7” x 22.2”, this full tower PC case has enough space to accommodate all the essentials, from the coolers to the boards and graphics cards. It has three 5.25-inch drive bays on the front part, four 2.5-inch side-mounted drive bays, and six 2.5- or 3.5-inch drive bays, which are placed in two drive cages, which are also already included. Users who want to add more 2.5- or 3.5-inch drives may also do so by adding two optional cages where they will be placed.
When it comes to cooling, the Corsair Graphite 760T seems to pull out all the stops. It begins with the air vent design of the top of the tower. A solid cover is also provided to serve as protective cover for the air vent. The same is true on the bottom of the 760T, which is also essentially a large air vent. On the front, there are already 140mm fans embedded on it, but if you find that to be lacking, you may install three 140mm fans. Its accompanying dual-speed fan controller comes in handy when controlling the functionalities of the fans.
But it doesn’t stop there. The interior of the Corsair Graphite 760T also features eight fan mounting locations. If you are using self-contained liquid CPU coolers, you do not have to worry that there would not be enough space for multiple radiators. Those who want to take advantage of the 760T’s water or liquid cooling possibilities will also find this particular unit ideal, thanks to the pre-stamped openings for water cooling tubes. With its 9 expansion slots, I/O ports, and tool-free installation for solid-state drive (SSD), it is no wonder why many users choose the Corsair Graphite 760T full tower PC case.