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Corsair Graphite 760T Full-Tower Windowed Case Review

Manufacturer: Corsair

A Detailed Look – At the Inside

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Opening the left side panel windowed door gives a good look inside the 760T Full-Tower enclosure.

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The large motherboard area occupies the top left section of the 760T case with three 5.25” drive bays located at the top-front. A huge cutout behind the motherboard area allows for easy installation/removal of CPU coolers if necessary.

Five oval cutouts are provided for neatly routing cables, each fitted with rubber grommets – nice.

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A standard ATX power supply mounts in the back-bottom corner. Towards the front are two modular 3.5” drive bays.

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Each modular drive bay has three trays for mounting a total of up to six 3.5” HDDs/2.5”SSDs. One or both of the modular drive bays can be removed if you don’t need the storage space.

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Removing one of the two modular 3.5” drive bays opens up a lot of space in front of the PSU, which can be used for cable management. It also exposes the bottom panel fan location which is pre-drilled for mounting either a 120mm or 140mm fan/radiator.

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Removing both modular drive bays opens up the entire floor of the 760T case. Even with both modular drive bays removed, the 760T still provides mounting locations for four 2.5” SSDs up the right side of the enclosure beside the two front intake fans.

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Here is another look at the four 2.5” SSD mounting trays from the backside with the right side panel door open.

July 14, 2014 | 07:22 PM - Posted by Riley (not verified)

If reddit had an r/CasePorn, this would be in it

July 19, 2014 | 12:47 PM - Posted by Protocol49

Great full-size case. I just built a fast, efficient, cool, desktop PC with a colorful display of the black/gold Z87-Deluxe/Quad MB, red PSU wiring harness, lighted red case fans, Corsair H100i pump display, Corsair Airflow pro memory LED display and tasteful LED lights. If you are going to spend a significant amount of money on components, then why not show them off? I chose the red theme to remind me how much this build cost.

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