Corsair Graphite Series 780T review

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Introduction

It Don't Matter If You're Black Or White

Corsair released the Graphite Series 780T chassis, today we review and test it. The aesthetics are fairly impressive with a big design, large see through window, latched doors, magnetic top and front mesh panels and even a fan controller. The 780T is one of x-factor products really, and will get embraced by the PC enthusiast community. The chassis is a full-tower based chassis. Let's have a peek at what Corsair has to offer shall we?

The 780T now has rounded looks and is available in black or white. It has latched easy-open side window panel that reveals huge space at the inner side, actually enough room to accommodate dual 360mm water-cooling radiators, nine expansion slots and up to nine hard drives. Also embedded is a three way built-in fan controller so you can select your airflow for the included Corsair AF-140 140mm fans. The panels are mounted in a steel and plastic based frame. 

The Graphite Series 780T is the next generation of the Graphite Series 600T.

  • New industrial design available in white with white LEDs, black with red LEDs, or yellow with
  • white LEDs.
  • Integrated three-speed fan controller for dual front 140mm LED intakes and rear 140mm
  • exhaust.
  • Tool-free sleds for up to three 2.5” drives.
  • Two modular drive cages with tool-free sleds for three 2.5”/3.5” drives with room for an
  • additional drive cage.
  • Easy access latched side panels.
  • Support for 360mm radiators in the top and front and a 240mm radiator in the bottom.

The Graphite 780T has nine expansion slots, 2x 5.25” Internal 3x 2.5” in internal tool-free drive sled 6x 2.5”/3.5” across two internal tool-free drive cages thumbscrews for all expansion slots, and cable routing with tie-downs to keep things tidy. Next to the grand looks you also will see the chassis equipped with proper cooling and a fan controller. Included are three AF140L 140 mm fans the two front intake fans are LED lit. In total you could mount up-to eight fans with three 120 mm/140 mm up top, two 140 mm/120 mm in front, one 140 mm/120 mm in the rear, and one 120 mm down bottom). Radiator compatibility is diverse as well, we'll talk about that in the review. Corsair is going to offer the Graphite 780T in Arctic White or Black, and will cost $179.99 when it goes on sale. The 780T is tagged as full Tower chassis and can even take E-ATX, XL-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX form factor motherboards while it can house up to three 5.25" devices

But yeah, talk is always cheap you guys want photos! So meet the Graphite 780T and then head on over to the next page...


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