If necessary, the side panels can be removed by lifting them off their hinges. The interior is largely tool-free and features six 2.5/3.5" combo bays split between two removable cages, as well as four dedicated 2.5" bays and three 5.25" bays.
The Graphite 760T is expected to arrive in February, it will be available in black ($180) and white ($190).
The hinges are attached to a steel subframe peppered with fan mounts and cable routing holes. Three fans ship with the case by default: dual 140-mm spinners up front and one 140-mm unit at the rear. These Corsair-made AF140L fans are laced with LEDs and tied to a two-speed controller. Five additional fans can be affixed to the frame. Liquid cooling systems are supported, as well. The front panel has room for radiators up to 280 mm long, and the top can take monsters as large as 360 mm.
Source: The Tech Report