Two New Graphite-Series Cases from Corsair
Proud of your computer building and cable routing skills and want to show them off? Corsair has just announced a new case for you. The Graphite Series 760T features a window as a side panel on a full-swing hinge, giving a complete, unobstructed view of your components.
Of course if you are going to be showing of your build, you are going to want to have some impressive parts to show off. The 760T is a full tower case with nine expansion slots for quad-GPU setups and two modular drive cages that can hold a total of six 3.5/2.5 inch drives, with four locations to place them. There are also four 2.5 inch drive caddies on the side of the case mounted vertically, so your SSDs do not obstruct the air flow from the two AF140L 140 mm front cooling fans. In total the case has room for eight fans, with most spots accepting 120 mm or 140 mm. For those interested in liquid cooling, the 760T has room for radiators ranging from 120 mm to 360mm on the top, rear, front, and bottom.
Not looking to expose your computer-building skills that much? Corsair is also launching the Graphite 730T, which has a very similar design but lacks the full-size side window. The 760T will have an MSRP of $179.99 for the black version or $189.99 for the artic white version while the 730T will be priced at $139.99 in black only. Both cases are to be available next month.