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Corsair Graphite Series Arctic White 760T Full Tower Windowed Case CC-9011045-WW
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- Gorgeous full panel window for maximum visibility of your internal components
- Tool-free SSD, Hard Drive, and Optical Drive installation, Four tool-free dedicated SSD cages, sideways mounted
- Includes three AF140L fans, (front fans with LEDs) with room for up to seven fans. (NOTE: Black version has RED LED on front fans, Arctic White version has WHITE LED on front fans)
- Two modular drive cages house three 3.5" or 2.5" drives each
- Radiator and fan compatibility: Top: 3 x 120mm or 2 x 140mm. Front: 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm (2 x 140mm LED included). Bottom: 1 x 120mm. Rear: 1 x 140mm or 120mm (140mm included)
- Two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 front panel connectors, plus headphone and microphone
- 9 expansion slots for multiple PCI-E devices or large motherboards
- Warranty: 2 years
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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 140 millimeter 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 inch 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 140 millimeter 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.
Corsair Graphite Series White 760T Full Tower Windowed Case. 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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This was not a new system build for me, I just wanted the case because of its functionality and aesthetics. I yanked everything out of my older Cooler Master HAF 932 and dropped it in this one and wow! my components just popped into view like never before.
The cable management design (space) is perfect for those stacks of wire that normally make your case door bulge like a blimp. The doors though plastic still have a nice rigid feel to them and being you can take them off in a second is a major plus.
As for cooling, I could be wrong but this may be the first case I've seen with a 2-speed, 4x fan controller (sorry NZXT I just canned yours) not to mention the ventilation of this case top notch. I also removed one of the HD trays and added a 120mm fan for additional cooling. As stated in a different review more filters would have been a plus but not a huge deal.
Probably my favorite feature was the ability to mount my SSDs so I can actually see them. I can only assume other builders will follow suit, great idea Corsair.
As for the cons: As stated before, the lack of additional filters and what's up with the quick access optical drive bay? I know it's to hide a drive but... whatever. And finally, there's a nice magnetic cover at the top of the case, if you're like me that's the first thing to get thrown back in the box. Corsair here's a suggestion, take the same cover and raise/suspend/whatever the cover about 3/4" above the case so it gives the appearance of a cover yet it allows upper case fans/coolers, etc. to vent out, just an idea.
Final thoughts, as I took pics of this case in my kitchen I realized it was so nice looking it could easily pass for an appliance...lol.
MSI Z77A-GD80 w/Thunderbolt
Intel i7-3770K (OC @ 4.7Ghz)
G.Skill Trident X DDR3 2400, 16GB (2x8)
Kingston Hyper X 240GB x2, Raid 0
Sapphire HD 7990, DDR5 6GB
Storage - Hitachi 3TB 7200 x2
LG Blu-Ray R/RW x2
Corsair H100 CPU cooler
Corsair 760T Artic White, w/3x Corsair AF140mm LED Blue fans (replacing the OE white)
Corsair AX Pro 1200w, Blue sleeved cabling (Ebay)
G.Skill Turbulence II Memory Cooler
Inateck PCI-E to USB 3.0 5-port
NZXT CB-LED20-WT - 2 meter white LED sleeved
The case has 2 drive cages at the bottom right each holding 4 3.5 inch or 2.5 inch drives. They work with a snap in caddie which sure beats trying to shoehorn screws into odd angles as on most cases. But the really innovative, spectacular feature is on the flip side in the space where you usually run wires underneath the motherboard. Corsair has mounted 4 slots for 2.5 inch drives. In other words, you can mount SSD drives out of the way in an area that usually goes unused! That's pretty nifty. With the removal of one of the lower drive cages it leaves room for a tower shaped lighted reservoir for my water cooled system - a nice "wow" feature.
The side panels are swing out and hinged. They are very easy to remove and replace. That's a welcome feature for anyone who has pulled out their hair trying to get tabbed side panels back in place. The open side panel is a smoky Plexiglas. It seems fairly scratch resistant but it's a little light weight - probably the only criticism I have of this case. The top of the case can be vented if you install fans or a radiator. The top is actually a magnetic cover so it pops off or on with ease (though you need to be careful not to knock it off if you are moving the case).
All in all this is a splendid case for under 200.00. That price puts it at the upper end of case prices, but still quite a bit lower than some of the elite enthusiast cases out there. I'd say it's a bargain.
A few comments that I have about this case:
1) it's huge. Not 900D big, but this thing is definitely roomy. I don't recommend buying this if you don't have a lot of stuff to put it in. There's no hiding the emptiness with the huge window. This is a pro and a con, for me. I'm trying to fill it up, still. It's got tons of room for water cooling and for you components to breathe, however.
2) You should only buy this case because of it's looks. It's expensive and unique, so you have to love the looks to justify the price. If you love the way it looks, buy it. Do it, you will be happy. If you aren't completely in love with this case, there are better options from corsair that are cheaper. The 750D is basically this exact same case on the inside.
3) Things, corsair could've done to make this case absolutely perfect: A) The top dust cover thingy. When it is on, it looks very nice on the case. Awesome, except my top radiator can't breathe. So it's an all or nothing on it. I just wish they provides one of those awesome dust filters like the 750d has. This would make me feel a lot better. B) rethink the SSD sleds. These are cool and show off you SSD nicely (except that my intel SSD are upside down) but using corsair's own PSU makes you have to come up with creative ways to connect power to the drives (this is a very minor complaint). I wish they would've just extended the motherboard tray 1 more inch to cover where the connectors go into the drives. It would make things just a little bit cleaner. C) My final complaint is with the front panel connectors. Why would you not use black wires on these, corsair? They even have a black sleeving all the way down them, that stops right in the last 3 inches. The 3 inches that are actually seen in your case. Keep in mind, these are my three real complaints with the case and they are very, very minor complaints. Overall, this thing is great.
Short answer: If you want a case with lots of room for water cooling, or SLI and love the looks, buy this case. You will love it.
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- Made by corsair
- wiring is really simple with lots of holes and about 1 inch of space in the back for wires
- the panels are NOT a fingerprint magnet
- the panels are not the strongest things in the world, for £150 I would of hoped for a slightly thicker plastic used.
- the motherboard mounting panel is also quite flexible.
- the top panel if on, blocks all airflow to the top fans (aftermarket upgrade). Off and allowing air to top fans but looks a tad ugly. Only use top for exhaust fans as there isn't a dust filter
Overall it is a great case, would buy again!