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Corsair Graphite Series 760T Review - Interior

Interior

As you'd expect for so large a chassis, the 760T's interior feels very roomy. With 180mm of CPU clearance and 460mm for GPUs, you should have little trouble fitting a rig with plenty of high end hardware inside.

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As ever, Corsair's attention to detail throughout the well machined interior is apparent everywhere you look. The PCI brackets feature screws making them reusable, while the motherboard tray features a large CPU cutout as well as pre-installed motherboard mounts - these include an extended one in the middle which will hold your board in place while you screw it in elsewhere. All internal cables are sleeved in black, which is important given that essentially the whole interior will be visible from the outside, and the PSU area features rubber feet to absorb vibrations.

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Another thing that hasn't been neglected is cable management – again, making sure everything can be kept neat and tidy is crucial with so large a window. There are numerous large routing holes fitted with rubber grommets, as well as cutouts just above the motherboard tray that provide a convenient place to route cables like the EPS12V power connector and any from fans in the rear or roof mounts. The motherboard tray also juts out into the case, leaving plenty of room behind it, while a series of hooks and cable ties mean that keeping everything tied down is also easy.

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As with the Obsidian 450D, all drive sizes can be mounted without tools. While optical drives go in the usual position, there are four of Corsair's tool-free SSD mounts stacked vertically just next to the motherboard tray, which makes good use of this often empty area. Meanwhile, six 3.5-inch/2.5-inch plastic drive sleds, which are bendy but easy to use, are split between two cages at the front. Both of these can be removed, though the further back one is easier thanks to more accessible screws. Thanks to their rails, they can also be fitted so as to hang from underneath the optical drive cage.

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Water-coolers are well catered for in the 730T. Ample space in the roof means that full height radiator set-ups can be installed here (up to a triple 120mm or double 140mm in size). Furthermore, removing the front drive cage leaves room for a full height double 120mm or double 140mm radiator arrangement, and single radiators can of course be installed in the lower and rear fan mounts too.