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Corsair Carbide Clear 600C Inverse ATX Full-Tower Chassis Review

By: Chad Sebring | Full-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Dec 20, 2015 2:01 am
TweakTown Rating: 95%Manufacturer: Corsair

Inside the Carbide 600C Continued

 

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This view is not how you are to load the PSU, but rather to show the rubber pads that support the PSU as it is loaded in from the back. The floor is also cut out as much as possible to allow the fan to be under the PSU and still have a source of air for it.

 

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In the front, there are tool-free bays offered to slide gear in and out of them. Below the PSU and ODD bays there are two 3.5" drive trays that slide out. There trays just flex around a drive and do not require a tool to mount them either.

 

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Below the 3.5" bays Corsair also installs a trio of 2.5" drive trays. You can take these out and screw a drive into them, then slide them both back into the motherboard tray. Or, you can also just slide them in from the bottom and use no screws at all.

 

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We removed the front of the chassis to see what was going on behind the scenes and ran into this. This large dust filter is clipped in at the top, sits in a groove at the bottom, and like the rest of the panels that move offers magnets to help to secure it without it making noise.

 

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Since we had the bezel out of the way, we figured we would remove the top and have a look there. Save yourself the effort, the only reason to ever remove the top is to remove the front I/O panel, outside the scope of modding the case.

 

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Corsair offers more than enough wiring to reach where they all need to go, and we like that everything is black. Outside of the usual suspects, we also find a SATA power lead and three 3-pin male fan plugs to use with the fan controller switch.

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