Corsair announce new Graphite 600T case

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Corsair announce new Graphite 600T case

Corsair have announced a new mid-tower case. The new Graphite Series 600T builds on the success the Obsidian Series 700D and 800D full-tower cases, with a premium standard of build quality. It is designed to accommodate years of future component upgrades, with a USB 3.0 front panel connector and heavy duty latches and panels.

“Corsair took the case market by storm with the launch of the Obsidian Series 700D and 800D, and with the launch of the Graphite Series 600T, the storm will most certainly continue,” said Jim Carlton, VP of Marketing, Corsair. “The Graphite Series 600T may be a mid-tower on the outside, but inside it offers the features and performance of a full-tower case. Whether you are building a system with multiple GPUs, extra-long GPUs, or advanced watercooling, the 600T will accommodate your needs with style.”

The 600T shares many features with the Obsidian Series 700D and 800D, including cable management and a large backplate cutout for easy CPU cooler installation. Specific design steps were taken to support watercooling, with support for a dual 120mm radiator.
Cooling is taken care of by one 200mm front intake fan with a dust-filter, plus one 200mm and one 120mm exhaust fan. The case also features an integrated fan controller.
Up to six 2.5in or 3.5in storage drives are supported caddies, plus up to four 5.25in front-panel devices. The Graphite Series 600T also supports all long graphics card formats, such as the GTX 400 series and Radeon HD 5970, and will easily fit 3-way SLI or CrossFireX configurations.
The Graphite 600T is expected to be available later this summer, and will be backed up with a 2 year warranty.

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13-05-2010, 22:05:45

I see on the III that it has ROG Connect, Bluetooth, etc. It looks like you can do a bunch of stuff from a laptop or certain phones.

I am wondering if the board has the capability of remote set-up and overclocking. As in, rather than doing it sitting by the computer, could you actually do bios settings, adjustments and overclocking from, say, another town or state?

If so, now THAT would be very, very interesting.

14-05-2010, 07:57:56

I Hunta x
I think it has to be within bluetooth range or the wires length tbh,tho you could remote desktop into a machine and do it from there i guess.

Like say your friend has a new build using a mobo with ROG connect and a laptop or 2nd pc but he knows nothing about overclocking, he could set up the rog connect to his 2nd pc/laptop and then some one else could remote desktop into that machine and do it via that.

It would work but would be very hard to test ect due to needing time to test stability and if it fails that little tweeks here and there.

14-05-2010, 09:38:04

You would still need a second machine to sign in. You can not adjust ROG connect from the target machine, it HAS to be done via a slave rig. So if your mate had 2 rigs you could sign into his machine and do it yes. If you wanted to sign into the rampage3 machine then no it wont work.

14-05-2010, 19:08:31

Hey, and thanks for the information. Would have been nice, though. I 'spose one day it work. Just not now. Thanks again, I appreciate it.

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