Inside the Corsair Special Edition White Graphite Series 600T Mid Tower Case
Ridding the chassis of the side panel I can see Corsair ships the hardware strapped onto the side of the optical bays, while the large box containing the mesh panel insert gets strapped to the motherboard tray.
Once the hardware and panel get removed you can see this has the exact same internals as the Black 600T. Well almost, but I will show you the variations as we get better images of them.
In the front you still get four tool-free 5.25" bays and the dual rack assembly that can hold up to six hard drives with trays that slide in and out of the racks. These trays have pins for the sides of 3.5" drives, but require screws to mount a 2.5" drive.
The racks can be completely removed, one removed, or even one removed and reinstalled in the floor next to the other rack. Behind the racks I found that the 200mm fan in the front lost its quick release clips and is now mounted directly to the front of the chassis.
The motherboard tray is laid out as it was in the original. Eight wire management holes with grommets, a large CPU access ole for coolers, along with a couple more holes just to make everything that much easier to install either an ATX or m-ATX motherboard.
The rear of the case has an all black fan installed to exhaust this area of the chassis. Another thing to note is the wire pass through plate in the expansion slots. This will help to run the USB 3.0 cable out to the rear I/O.
The floor offers great ventilation for the bottom mounted power supply. Corsair even offers a PSU support bracket. To the right of this is where you can slide one of the hard drive racks into the floor if you choose to.
Behind the tray there is over an inch between the tray and the rear panel to pack in the wiring. The punched out little tabs for wiring along with the black sleeves of all the included cabling makes them very easy to hide from view.
The front I/O offers quite a bit, so I broke it up a bit. Here are the main cables for connecting up the switches lights and various ports.
The second half is for the fan controller. There is the 4-pin Molex connection for power to the fan controller along with the four fan power leads capped with protective covers. The other two wires are from the top and rear fans, the front fan wire is still tucked under the hard drive bay plastic bottom at this time.
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