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Corsair Graphite 760T Full-Tower Windowed Case Review

Manufacturer: Corsair

Liquid Cooling

The Corsair Graphite Series 760T Full-Tower case supports liquid cooling with a number of different size and location options.

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If you just want a basic kit system, the Corsair Hydro Series H80i Liquid CPU Cooler is a good choice. A basic 120mm or 140mm fan/radiator combination could be located on either the back or top panel for cooling a single CPU. For dual processor builds you could install two 120mm or 140mm fan/radiator combos, one on the back and one on top (or two on the top).

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If you want something a little more aggressive, then a dual fan 240mm water-cooling system might be to your liking. Here we have a Corsair H100i CPU cooler installed on the top panel. You could also go with the Hydro Series H110 Liquid CPU Cooler that features two 140mm fans and a 280mm radiator. Note: fans are oriented so they pull air thru the radiator and exhaust out the top of the case.

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Still want more… OK, how about a custom water-cooling system with a three fan 360mm radiator on top? If you want to go this route, the top panel is the only location that supports three 120mm or three 140mm fans. You will also need to take into consideration where the ports on a large radiator are located.  If you don’t have any 5.25” devices installed, you may choose to route your water hoses down from the front of the radiator. In the build above we chose to locate the hose barbs to the rear to make room for an ODD in the second drive bay.

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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