Corsair announced a white edition of its Graphite 600T case. It is sold for $179, $20 more than the black edition.
Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the availability of the Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T mid-tower PC case. The special edition features a chassis painted in brilliant white, with the ventilation grilles, drive bay covers, and other accents rendered in the black of the original 600T for a dramatic look.
The enhancements go beyond the cosmetic, with a side panel that features an impact-resistant acrylic plastic clear window for showing off components when the case is closed. The customer has the further option of replacing the window with the included mesh insert that matches the look of the mesh grilles on the front and top of the case. The mesh side panel doesn’t just look good — it includes mounting points for adding up to four 120mm fans for improved cooling performance.
“Our Graphite Series 600T has received multiple industry awards and has become a favorite of PC builders and system integrators. It offers builder-friendly, full-tower features in a mid-tower design, with an emphasis on style.” said Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager for Components at Corsair. “The Special Edition White not only provides a striking new look; it also offers enthusiasts and overclockers an option for additional cooling performance.”
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Re: Corsair Graphite 600T goes white by rickstr on Tuesday, February 07 2012 @ 15:20:51 CET
Well more about all sorts of goodies. I'll start with the top panel. The power button and the reset should be on top, not lordly thing - bow table. Ports for connecting the device in abundance - 4xUSB, Firewire and USB3. Well, of course yields a microphone and headphones. Again - all outputs are directed upwards, and there is no risk of accidentally stepping on protruding flashcard. Ease of access to the innards of a computer - two clips and in front of us the whole "airport" for maneuver. You can quite easily bring order to the conductors. Dust filters - a trifle, but nice (for the cooler on the hard drives, and PSU). Well all of the specifications and were noticed by me:
- For mATX and ATX motherboards
- 6 slots for hard drives (can be 2.5 "to put)
- 4 slots for 5.25 "devices
- Two 200mm fan with light (800RPM, 24dB Max)
- One 120mm fan
- Rubber feet
The most important drawback of this case consider the price.
Overall dimensions, not all find a place under the table (especially the "computer" tables)
Pockets of hard drives do not sit tight, and have a significant backlash, while under the weight of the screws do not hang out