|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
CORSAIR GRAPHITE 760T Full-Tower Case, Window, Hinged Side Panels- White
|Item Weight||24.6 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||25.2 x 13.4 x 26.2 inches|
|Case Type||Full Tower|
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Industry-leading design and a fully windowed door
The Graphite Series 760T full-tower PC case starts with a visually stunning design that’s a match for its stunning performance potential.
The beauty begins on the outside with its sculpted shapes and ingenious, full windowed hinged side panel with flush-mount latches. The front panel has two massive 140mm intake fans bathed in soft LED light, and there’s a dual-speed fan selector for performance or silence. Inside, there’s ample cooling potential, with eight fan mounting locations and room for multiple radiators for self-contained liquid CPU coolers, or even custom liquid cooling. And, clever touches like modular drive cages and laterally mounted SSD bays maximize interior volume to help your high-performance dreams come true.
Swing-out side panels
The side panels are hinged, so opening your 760T is as simple as pulling the flush-mounted latch. They can also be removed entirely by simply lifting them off of the hinges.
Ample cooling potential
Like all Corsair cases, the 760T is designed for high-performance system builds, and high-performance systems require sophisticated cooling. There are eight total fan mounts, with room for top, front, bottom and rear-mounted radiators.
A clever drive bay design that maximizes interior volume
The four SSD bays are mounted laterally to make the most efficient use of the interior space. The combo 3.5” / 2.5” drive bays employ a modular bay system, so you can remove the bays you don’t need. The end result is an open interior optimized for extra-long GPUs and free airflow.
Front I/O panel with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 connectors
You can never have too many devices. The 760T front panel has two high-speed USB 3.0 connectors and two USB 2.0 connectors, plus headphone and microphone connectors for your headset.
Dual AF140L 140mm LED front intake fans with dual-speed control
The AF140L fans are custom-engineered by Corsair to deliver high-volume airflow with less noise and turbulence. The extra-large diameter allows them to run at a lower RPM, and they’re positioned to deliver cool air directly to your GPUs. A front panel switch allows you to toggle between silent and performance modes.
The Graphite Series 760T features an industry-first fully windowed side panel, but don't let its looks fool you - it's got tons of expansion room and cooling capabilities. With nine expansion slots, room for a 360mm radiator up top and a 280mm radiator in front, six tool-free, modular hard drive bays and four side-mounted SSD trays, you'll have a hard time filling it up with parts. And with dual front AF140L LED intake fans and a single AF140L rear exhaust, you'll have tons of airflow to keep everything nice and cool. The 760T gives you a ton of flexibility to build the gaming rig you've always dreamt about. And the full side panel window gives you the freedom to show it off.
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Where I'm unhappy and the 1 star comes in is that it was missing a rubber grommet on the top of the case- for something so small I figured returning to Amazon wasn't worth it and I would just contact Corsair. After contacting support they had me take several pictures to prove that I bought the case and show what I was missing. (Which seemed a bit much for a rubber grommet, but whatever.)
They sent me a spare parts kit that does not contain any of the grommets, which was odd given the explicit description and pictures. I contacted support again and several days later they let me know that "We're sorry that we do not provide this rubber grommet as spare part for Graphite 760T. Please let me know if there is anything I can do for you.".
What can you do Corsair? Maybe send me the missing 5 cent custom part for my $200 case? Now a month later I can't return this to Amazon. I'll update the review if anything changes.
Moral of the story: avoid or just return if yours is missing parts. Let Corsair eat an RMA from Amazon and save yourself a headache.
I built and used this case for about 6 months before I started having issues. Randomly, my PC started to turn itself on and off. At first I thought it was a windows issue, and made some settings changes to correct it. Didn't fix it. Shortly after, the PC got stuck in a boot loop. So, I tried switching the power supply out. Still not it, switched the ram out next, not fixed. After messing around, I tried disconnecting the power button from the mother board. Viola!
Ran great for many weeks after that using an external power button, so I decided to contact customer support to get a new control panel to fix the power button. At first customer support was very friendly, issued me a ticket to get a new piece sent. My previous experience told me this would not be a quick process, so I waited patiently to get my new part. 6 weeks later I decided I would contact them again and see what was going on. Lady told me she would get a part out to me right away, great I thought. Couple days later, I get an email telling me to pay for their express customer help...I was livid.
So I contacted them again, since I never authorized any paid service. Let's face it, at this point nothing has been express in any way. After several communications back and forth, and an escalated ticket, this was finally resolved. However, I now hate Corsair.
Case got stuck in boot loop, power button was the problem. Corsair tried to charge for their customer service. Corsair sucks.
I had to upgrade the BIOS to 1402 for the Asus Zenith to boot with 2950x.
Now it works very smoothly. It run fast!!!!,
Very happy with the unit.
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My issues with the case are as follows:
In a dark room, any light behind the side panels will show a rainbow effect from the manufacturing process, similar to CD cases. I wouldn't mind if it wasn't so noticeable, but it is.
The top has no dust filter, so if you plan to attach a fan, you've got an open hole around that where dust will fall into the PC.
The protective cover on the side panels generates a ridiculous amount of static electricity when being pulled off, so be careful not to do it when next to any components.
Front audio and USB ports seems to lose signal quality quite significantly, so I'm not using them for anything serious. Frontal USB is OK for mouse or Bluetooth dongles, but not OK for flash drives. Audio quality from frontal jack is below acceptable, comparing to direct connection to main board.
The 14cm fans that come with the case are good, but loud, replacing them with ones from BeQuiet was good thing for ears. Other than that, it's perfect spacious case and eye candy as well.
The case itself is steel all over except for the side panels, top cover and front 'face'. This makes it great for magnetically attaching things, like the NZXT HUE+ RGB Colour Changing Internal LED Controller - Black lighting strips, or similar attachments. THe side panels are very easy to open and are help with the handle clasp and two magnets in the top and bottom front corners. The rear side panel is opaque black.
Packaging by Corsair is excellent: Large soft foam covers are on both sides and the case itself is in a black bag to prevent scratches and both side panels have film on them (the windowed panel having film on both sides).
On the top vent, there are also rubber dampeners fitted to the 120mm fan mounts as well. There are NO DAMPENERS on the 140mm mounts.
Below are some measurements of the case that are not shown above
Space between windowed case edge and power supply: 4.5cm (Above the floor at the end (2cm up), there is a 0.5mm lip)
Space between opaque case edge and motherboard support: 2.5cm
Internal dimensions: 52cm tall, 50cm wide