Date: January 3rd, 2011
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Corsair
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The carton is rather plain, but still gives the customer a good idea of what the chassis looks like and what to expect with respect to features. As you can see, the 600T had a rough trip on its way to the Tweaknews labs, but…
…thanks to the packing, it arrived undamaged and in pristine condition. The case comes wrapped in a tough micro fiber bag sandwiched between two Styrofoam blocks with tape securing the various removable panels to keep them in place during shipping. Additionally, plastic sheeting protects the shiny bits of the case from getting scuffed up in transit.
The accessory bundle appears to be a bit thin, but this isn't necessarily a bad thing, provided the interior design is up to the task at hand. Eight nylon zip ties will help to keep things secure and tidy during installation and a pair of keys for the side-panel locking feature are provided. An assortment of motherboard and HDD/SSD screws are all that are needed to get the hardware installed into the 600T, and eight fan screws and rubber grommets allow the user to install any optional or replacement fans. The quick start guide is well illustrated, but short on any useful verbiage or wiring documentation. While the quick start guide is adequate for most experienced installers, Corsair should at least provide a more detailed installation manual online. If it exists, I wasn't able to find it.