The original Corsair Graphite Series 600T proved to be a terrific case and deserved our recommendation due to its construction quality, number of features, and price. (There are cheaper mid-tower cases around, but not many have as many features and the same overall quality.) The white version of the 600T is, however, USD 20 more expensive, but allows you to add four 120 mm fans on the left-side panel. And, if you don’t want a mesh on the side panel, you can simply use the transparent acrylic window that comes with the product. So, it is your call whether you want to pay this extra USD 20.

Strong Points

  • Top-notch material
  • Sleek design
  • Air filter for the front fan
  • Air filter for the power supply fan
  • Meshed 5.25” bay covers with air filters
  • Six internal 3.5”/2.5” bays
  • Tool-less mechanisms on all disk drive bays
  • Anti-vibration mechanisms for the hard drives
  • You can move or remove the hard disk drive cages to allow longer video cards or to improve the internal ventilation
  • A hole in the motherboard tray for accessing the backplate of the CPU cooler
  • Holes on the motherboard tray for routing and hiding cables behind the tray
  • Fan speed controller
  • Hidden lock for the left-side panel
  • Cool and practical mechanisms for removing the side panels
  • Eight expansion slots
  • Vented slot covers
  • Black thumbscrews to fasten expansion cards

Weak Points

  • No individual fan speed controllers
  • No air filter for the left-side panel mesh
  • USD 20 more expensive than the original 600T
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