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Corsair CC-9011042-WW Graphite Series 230T Windowed ATX Compact Mid-Tower Gaming Computer Case - Black with Red LED Fans
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- Dual 120mm front Red LED fans and rear 120mm exhaust fan.
- Tinted, flush-mount side panel window.
- USB 3.0 front panel
- Tool-free SSD, HDD, and ODD installation
- Cable routing and CPU cooler backplate motherboard cutouts
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|Item Dimensions||21.08 x 50.55 x 43.94 cm||20.07 x 46.99 x 42.93 cm||49.3 x 49.3 x 21.5 cm||21.08 x 49.53 x 49.78 cm||21.84 x 50.04 x 42.93 cm||48.01 x 53.85 x 24.89 cm|
|Item Weight||6.03 kg||4.81 kg||5.65 kg||8 kg||5.72 kg||5.44 kg|
The Graphite Series 230T mid-tower PC case has a striking, leading-edge look for building fast systems that look just as fast as they run. The sculpted exterior features dual intake fans bathed in soft, color coordinated LED lighting and a tinted side panel window. Inside, it has the system builder-friendly ergonomics and cooling and expansion flexibility that Corsair is known for. With smart features like dedicated SSD bays and our innovative cable management system, builds, maintenance and upgrades are fast and easy. Graphite Series 230T is a great choice for gaming PCs, graphics design workstations, or any application where high performance and high style both matter.
Graphite Series 230T case
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Fast and Straightforward System Building, by Design
At Corsair, they believe that no matter your budget, building your own PC should be easy and have right results. Choose the Graphite Series 230T and the only time you’ll need a screwdriver is for attaching the motherboard. Your own custom-built PC will have a look that’s aggressive, yet refined, with up-front USB 3.0 and headset connectors for quick access. Add to that dual front intake LED fans for cooling potential.
Whether you’re building a gaming PC or just a replacement for a boring office-grade box, you can enjoy the pride of ownership that comes from a system that you’ve built yourself.
Graphite Series cases meet at the intersection of high performance and dramatic design. The front intake fans are bathed in soft LED light and the sculpted exterior helps you build a fast system that looks fast, too.
Flexible Cooling Potential
The 230T comes with dual 120 mm front intake fans with LED lighting and a rear 120 mm exhaust fan. There’s room to add two 120 mm or 140 mm fans on the top and a 120 mm or 140 mm fan on the bottom.
Easy System Builds, Maintenance and Upgrades
The side panels, PCI-E expansion slots and drive bays are all tool-free. Cable routing cutouts are provided for clean-looking builds, right airflow and there’s a CPU cutout to allow for cooling upgrades without removing the motherboard. The intake fan filters help keep dust out of the interior and they’re easy to remove for cleaning.
Dedicated SSD Bays, Seven PCI-E Expansion Slots
The 230T offers four 2.5 inch drive bays for solid-state storage. That’s in addition to the four 3.5 inch bays and three 5.25 inch optical drive bays.
There’s room for multi-GPU setups for powerful gaming systems. The slots are tool-free, so swaps and upgrades are quicker.
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I bought the orange one, and let me say that it is VERY orange. It's not unattractive, however for people who prefer subtlety in their colouring, this may not be the choice. I used blue cold cathodes to light up the inside, however, and I think it brings the appearance together overall.
I also really like the swastika shape the fans make, it's hilarious.
Case looks great, plenty of room, good on a budget.
Case is perfect for cable management and makes your set up look like a beast with its Orange led lights! My Setup is now known as the Titan! built for Titanfall xD
I was building a new PC when my PSU in the old one failed, and slowly getting my components from Amazon. (Loving the new collection locker service, no more messing about with couriers!!!) The case was the last to get, and too large for the locker service. Then I had a bank holiday weekend when it rained constantly, and my wife was sick. With all plans cancelled, my wife asleep in bed, and my components calling to me from my shelf to put them together, I got impatient and went to Maplin.
(Amazon: If you add one or two LARGE lockers for things like this, you'll take over the planet!)
I normally like SFF builds, and had reserved a Bitfenix Prodigy M. But when I saw it in the shop I changed my mind. Stood right next to it was this case. More space, better airflow, fits a wide range of mobo sizes, and appeared very well made for such a low price. It was also JUST small enough to still go on my desktop and wasn’t too over-stated. (The orange version review from Linus I saw on YouTube put me off it initially.)
I filled it with the following:
Gigabyte G1 Sniper M3 Motherboard (new)
Gigabyte GTX 670 Windforce 3 GPU
Intel i7 3770K CPU
Corsair H80i CPU Cooler (new)
Corsair RM850 PSU (new)
G-Skill Ripjaws X 8GB 1600Mhz DDR3 RAM
Samsung 840 EVO 250GB SSD
Western Digital 2TB Caviar Green HDD
The build took me 4 hours, and the only complications were down to other components, not the case. There is plenty of cable management space. Maybe they could have put a few more cable tie hoops in, but that’s being picky. Get some black sticky pads if you want to make things super neat. I took the front LED fans off (not my style) and replaced with Aerocool Shark Blacks. At lower speeds these are very quiet with good airflow. Recommended. The plastic drive cage needs to be removed to remove/fit the lower front fan easily.
I removed the rear fan for fitting the H80i. Those Corsair fans were replaced with Akasa Piranhas for push/pull.
With everything in and the panels on, all cable mess is easily hidden and with Corsair Link software setting all fans to ‘Quiet Mode’ it is vastly quieter than my previous SFF PC which had one 92mm fan! (It had to run flat-out. Most of the time.)
CPU overclocked to a modest 4.0GHz it ides at 35C and tops out at 65C under heavy gaming, with only an increase in GPU fan speed perceptible. I've added a 140mm Corsair SP140 Quiet edition fan to the bottom to direct some more air at the CPU to mitigate this.
I have only two minor quibbles. Having to take off both side panels to remove the front seems an odd design choice and will make cleaning the front filter that much more fiddly. Having the SSD slots at 90deg to the HDD slots makes wiring the SATA power cables with one cable very difficult/messy. Probably going to ghetto-mount my SSD behind the mobo tray to tidy this up.
Like I said, minor stuff considering the price point. Going to be adding some magnetic dust filters to the top cover and bottom 140mm fan soon. Other than that, it’s the perfect case for me.
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