If you like a spartan interior then check out Corsair's Carbide 600C
Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 19, 2016 - 02:11 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: inverted motherboard, enclosure, corsair, Carbide 600C
A few weeks ago Sebastian published a review of Corsair's Carbide Series 600Q and today you can take a peek at its brother, the Carbide 600C. The 600C differs in that it lacks the full noise shielding foam and has a hinged, latching side-panel, with a large window to show off your components. It is 454x260x535mm (17.9x10.2x21") and so can handle even an eATX motherboard. The inclusion of two 5.25" bays will please some but the sparse number of 3.5" bays is not likely to impress anyone who uses multiple drives. There are many pluses for those who like a clean interior and the three fans and fan controller which come with the case is a nice touch. Read more over at techPowerUp.
"The Corsair Carbide 600C comes with an inverted motherboard layout and aims to offer a perfect mix for those looking to take advantage of such an interior with a wide body, plenty of liquid-cooling compatibility, a 3-stage fan controller, and great cable management."
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