Inside the Carbide 600C
Inside of the door we see the hinges to the left, and once swung open like this, it can be lifted off the pins, and the top pin is slightly longer to aid in removal and replacement. As to the handle, it offers a latch that will clip behind the side rail of steel in the main frame of the chassis and has magnets to help keep the corners closed.
The first look inside shows us that the wiring is bundled so it cannot get to the door in transit, and we do not see any hardware yet. It is also hard not to see the two-stage cover at the top and eliminates the view of the ODD bays and the PSU, even some of the normal wiring.
We are sent two 140mm fans in the front of the chassis to offer more than a sufficient amount of airflow into the chassis. We do however wish that the fans were installed inversely like the chassis is designed so that we didn't have to flip all of them to simplify and clean up the wiring.
The motherboard tray isn't exactly huge, but it is plenty tall enough and for sure wide enough for even Extended-ATX motherboards. There are six wiring holes around the tray, a large cooler access hole, and even a few tie point here and there.
At the back of the chassis, we have the single 140mm exhaust fan near the bottom. At the top are the eight expansion slots that use thumbscrews to secure cards into place.
Spinning the 600C around shows us that they went to work here. With room for a PSU and two ODD bays at the top, and just below that we see the hardware box stuffed into a 3.5" bay, and this is just getting started on what all fits back here.
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