The Corsair Graphite 760T is an enthusiast-grade full tower case. The Graphite 760T features a lot of space inside supporting XL-ATX motherboards, four 2.5″ drives and six 3.5″ drives. It also supports seven 120mm fans and liquid cooling from 120mm to 360mm.
Look and feel
Ordinary PCs just don't look like this. The Graphite Series 760T is available in black and white, both with darkened translucent side panels. The 760T is actually quite subtle when seen head-on. It's when you see it from the side that you understand what it's all about - while most enthusiast cases have transparent windows, the entire side panel of this case is see-through.
Features and interior
The interior of the white Graphite Series 760T is all black except for the white top and bottom panels. Inside, we find the fan wiring as well as the front I/O wiring all bundled and tied back for transit, and we can also see the hardware box in the HDD bay nearest the front of the chassis.
The 3.5-inch cages are spread out on the 760T's bottom, leaving the front intake fans unobstructed and also creating space for extra-long graphics cards. The SSD mounts are accessible only from the opposite door, but you can screw 2.5-inch drives into the 3.5-inch trays.
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.
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.
There are three 5.25-inch drive bays on the front, one of which can mask an optical drive. 3.5-inch drives are rare these days, but if you have an accessory designed to fit in one, you'll need to figure out your own adapter.
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