Corsair Graphite 760T Full-Tower Windowed Case Review
Installation: Internal HDDs and SSDs
The Corsair Graphite Series 760T Full-Tower case is designed to mount up to six 3.5”/2.5” HDD/SSDs in the two modular drive bays and four more 2.5” SSDs in dedicated trays on the right side of the enclosure.
The two modular drive bays each contain three trays which can mount either a 3.5” HDD (tool-free) or a 2.5” SSD (with four machine screws). To install a 3.5” HDD you just flex the plastic tray and slip the HDD into position so that the four steel pins engage and hold it in place. The pins are mounted in silicone washers, which provide vibration isolation for the HDD.
Unless you need a lot of storage capacity (more than four 2.5" SSDs and three 3.5” HDDs) most users will want to remove the rear modular drive cage. This frees up a lot of room for routing and managing power supply cables and will be required when using a longer PSU.
In addition to the two modular 3.5” drive cages, the 760T case provides four more tool-free mounting trays for 2.5” SSDs. The four empty trays are visible from the left side with the modular drive cages removed.
The four 2.5” SSD trays are accessed from the right side of the case. Each tray clips into the chassis and SSDs just slide into each tray and are held in place by a plastic spring-tab.