Excerpt: Corsair Graphite Series 230T Review (With H75 Cooler) When Corsair first entered the chassis market they did so at the high end and then began moving downwards through the market. With a core set of products in place they have since been...
Summary: If you are looking for a case that allies high quality and simple construction, low price, good ventilation, ease to set up, support for up to four 2.5” drives and up to 280 mm radiators, the Corsair Graphite Series 230T is an excellent choice.
Conclusion: With a product such as the Graphite 230T, the budget is tight and Corsair obviously wanted to keep the retail price low. Instead of lowering the quality of the actual product however, Corsair disposed of everything without practical value to the end user – fancy looking boxes and bundled extras.
Conclusion: From start to finish on this review I have known that this chassis was going to be great. As soon as it was taken out of the box it was clear that it was very well made from quality steel and plastics with a flawless, if somewhat dazzlingly bright orange paint job.
Pros: Three pre-installed fans (two with LED lighting), Clear side panel window, High quality finish to plastics and paint, Two USB 3.0 ports, Black sleeved internal cables, Room for 6 fans maximum, Dust filter on PSU and front panel, Price
Cons: No dust filter for bottom fan mount position, Front panel needs to be removed to clean filter, this involves removing both side panels., No top radiator support
Corsair Graphite 230T review: great and affordable design
18 November 2013
Excerpt: Corsair certainly hasn't been rolling its thumbs since entering the computer chassis market with the Obsidian 800D. There are several product lines, of which we most frequently see the Obsidian and Carbide series.
Corsair Graphite Series 230T Compact Mid-Tower Review
6 November 2013
Summary: Corsair has been known for RAM for well over a decade now, but it has become a big player in the computer case market in the last few years. The Corsair Graphite Series 230T ATX case is designed for "fast and straightforward system building, by design.
Conclusion: Having arrived on the chassis scene with high-end solutions that impressed reviewers and readers alike, Corsair has in recent years shifted its focus to mainstream dominance with the launch of numerous low-cost models.