The Build and Finished Product
The front bezel seemed a bit tricky to remove, but with a bit of finesse, we were able to get it out of the way for the DVD drive installation. We are choosing the top slot so we can use the stealth cover. We also can see the 140mm fans installed here that will glow with white LEDs when the chassis is powered.
Even though it can't be seen, we do have the DVD drive behind the cover, and unless you plan to add some sort of additional fan controller or card reader, even with an ODD in use, we don't lose that sleek look we got right out of the box.
Even with an ATX motherboard in place, there is a ton of room left to tend to the wiring and get the major components mounted. We did go with sleeved extension cables to keep things very clean and tidy, and we really dig the view of the SSD to the right of the motherboard.
On our test board, the CPU heat sink and the top of the DIMM locks are at the same height. By taking a tape measure and placing it against the inside of the roof of the chassis, we see there is three and eleven sixteenths inches of room. For those who work in millimeters, it is near 93mm of room for fans and a radiator.
Out back of the chassis, there is very little to discuss because everything just fits that well. The rear I/O shield, the card, and the PSU all lined up and went into place without much fuss at all.
We did rewire the chassis to fit our needs a bit better, but it is easy to see what sort of room we have here. Even with extensions and the bulky connections on them, everything fit well and stayed where it needed to.
As we get ready for our last look around the chassis and get to our testing, we took a few steps back so that you can soak in what the finished 760T could look like. Even with the tinted window on the side panel and without any lighting inside, you are still able to have a great view of everything inside of this chassis.
When the chassis is first powered, only the larger power button on the right was illuminated full time. As we sat and waited for the SSD to boot up, we were also able to catch one of the flickers of LED seen behind the smaller reset button.
As we again move back slightly, we also see that the two 140mm fans that are installed in the front of the chassis also show through the mesh once the white LEDs are lit. They do add a bit of pop to the front of the chassis but do not flood the room with light while doing so.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Corsair Graphite Series 760T Full-Tower Chassis]
- Page 4 [Inside the Graphite Series 760T]
- Page 5 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 6 [The Build and Finished Product]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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