The Bottom and Rear Panels

On its bottom panel, the 600T comes with an air filter matching the vents used by the power supply. To remove this air filter, you need to push it, just as you do with the front and top meshes.

Corsair 600T White caseFigure 12: Bottom panel

Corsair 600T White caseFigure 13: Air filter removed

The rear panel features a 120 mm fan. No technical specifications about this fan are provided. It uses a three-pin power connector, so you can monitor its speed if you connect it on your motherboard, however, you will probably want to connect it to the available speed controller.

One of the highlights of the 600T is the presence of eight expansion slots instead of seven. This feature is usually only found on some full-tower models. This allows you to install three dual-slot video cards in your computer, provided you have a motherboard with at least three PCI Express x16 slots, of course.

The slots come with vented covers, except the first cover, which is solid with a small hole for you to route the USB 3.0 cable to the outside of the case, in order for you to install it on the motherboard rear panel.

Two holes protected with rubber covers for liquid cooling solutions are available. The power supply is positioned at the bottom of the case. The rear and the interior of this case are painted black.

Corsair 600T White caseFigure 14: Rear panel

Let’s now take a look inside the Corsair 600T.

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