Corsair has been offering up cases, RAM, PSUs, and lots of other computer gear for enthusiasts and gamers for a long time. The company has announced a new addition to its line of computer cases at Computex 2010.
The new case is called the Graphite Series 600T and is a mid-tower design. The new case has a USB 3.0 port on the front panel, which is something that enthusiasts will really appreciate. The chassis also has optimized airflow with a robust cooling system and supports extra long video cards.
The case has integrated water-cooling grommet, support for dual 120mm radiators, heavy duty clamps and panels, and has a built-in can controller. Space for six storage drives is inside and the case will ship this summer. Pricing is unknown at this time.
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