Corsair Graphite 380T Review

The Build Continued

Corsair Graphite 380T Review

The Build Continued

With plenty of cable tie points about the place the most obvious place to route the cables was the roof area as this would largely leave them hidden from sight when the case is viewed from above through the acrylic windows.  As usual we've used our ancient 8800GT however the 380T will actually take any dual slot GPU up to 290mm  Cooling for the GPU is first rate as intake fans will be positioned right up against the mesh side panels. 

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We think the whole lot goes together pretty well, with the curves of the case hugging the extent of the hardware within.

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Having remarked on how nice it would have been to have 280mm rad compatibility, looking at the pictures below we can't help thinking how close the case comes to being able to offer room for two 240mm rads.

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Most Recent Comments

08-09-2014, 09:06:28

TalllPaul
Am I allowed to like that case? Because I do.Quote

08-09-2014, 09:17:13

JR23
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Originally Posted by TalllPaul View Post
Am I allowed to like that case? Because I do.
Yep i've pulled some strings and you have been granted full authorization to like this case . I also am quite a fan having seen one in the flesh I was impressed by the finish and thought it looked like a real quality product. The price however I really wasn't ready for and i'm not sure exactly what it offers to justify it internally. I have no problem with expensive cases but it would of been nice to have a little more native radiator support although I still honestly really like it, I think it got a fair award, the gold seems to go out too easily at times. I look forward to seeing how people build and mod with it.

JRQuote

08-09-2014, 09:23:55

barnsley
Well it is... different. That shape is pretty neat. Its a pretty competitive market so it'll be interesting to see how it does.

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My guess it won't be super popular.Quote

08-09-2014, 10:25:12

SuB
fixed your link again!!Quote

08-09-2014, 11:44:10

VSG
Are you sure you can fit in a 120mm rad in the back exhaust? I tried but it didn't fit in.Quote
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