The Graphite Series T makes it easy to build a world-class gaming system. With excellent cooling from the dual mm fans, eight PCI-E expansion slots to . The Graphite Series T is a sleek, streamlined case designed to bring full tower functionality to the mid tower market. With four ” bays, six hard drive bays. The T is a joy to build a PC in, and has some water-cooling credentials – is this your next case?.
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It hardly has the sleekmenacing lines that most of its competitors share. We get our mits on the R – Corsair’s new watercooling-friendly mid-tower case.
Here’s the rundown of the case specs. In theory this is a good thing, as the wider the case, the more room for large, quiet fans and tidying cables behind the motherboard tray. Not Perfect, but Very Close! Unfortunately for the T, the effect of these extra inches is to make the case look bloated and unwieldy.
We peel back the side panels to find out more. I’ve had my system installed in an Antec P for a long time, and there’s a reason that case and its successor, the P has garnered so many favorable reviews: That said, the P, P and P aren’t the easiest cases to work in, and when Corsair announced the T I was eager to see if it could bring all the benefits Antec’s cases brought to the table while adding more conveniences.
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Corsair Graphite Series T: Corsair’s first foray into the chassis market drives a stake into the heart of the usual contenders and rips the market wide open. Part of this is down to the fact that the T is generously proportioned for a midi-tower case at x x mm W x D x H.
We’ve updated our testing to be even tougher, but the Raven RV02 coped brilliantly with the new kit. Assuming this isn’t some kind of Freudian thing, why on earth did they design the case in such a way? We take an in-depth look at Corsair’s latest full tower chassis with latched panels and LED fans. Corsair Graphite T Review Manufacturer: Crazy but cool comes to mind.
With clever noise-reducing features and great looks, is this your next case?
Corsair Link, the monitoring system first unveiled at CES last year, is finally becoming available at retail. That pricing puts it right in line with crowd favorites like Antec’s P and many of Lian Li’s enclosures: Corsair will make cases, has TEC cooled memory.
Asus Apple Sony Google Valve. Corsair Carbide R Review. BitFenix’s debut boasts a unique LED lighting setup. Is this our next upgrade, or has Corsair over-thought this matt black behemoth? Corsair Obsidian D Review. Corsair UK Price as reviewed: Cases have matured in the intervening period, and I can tell you right now, Corsair’s T is a remarkable bit of progress.
Corsair Graphite Series T Review. Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. That said, a good case is the kind of investment that can last you a long time.
Corsair Graphite Series T Specifications. The Corsair name is appearing on everything from water coolers to PSUs these days, so it was realistically only a matter of time before it started to produce cases too. Introducing the Corsair Graphite Series T Today we open with what is hopefully the first in a fresh series of case reviews, and we kick it off with a bang with Corsair’s Graphite Series T.
Having said that, the T is a stunning beauty when you look at it next to the Antec Dark Fleet.
Corsair’s case family now includes the racy looking Graphite T – can it keep up with the rest? Log in Don’t have an account? Cool and Quiet by Dustin Sklavos on November 26, 2: We put Antec’s new high airflow case through its cprsair.
Fractal Design Define R3 Review. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. A rotated ATX design, great looks, a pimped-out interior and three enormous fans.
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Corsair launches speakers, cases, coolers and more. Corsair finally launches Link Cooling, Lighting Kits. Written by Paul Goodhead. The update to the Define R2 is officially our favourite quiet case, read on to see why! The T is the first Corsair case to get the full bit-tech test treatment, and first impressions of the case were pretty mixed to say the least. Today we open with what is hopefully the first in a fresh series of 600y reviews, and we kick it off with a bang with Corsair’s Corxair Series T.