Installation of the 600T
Working within the 600T was a very pleasing and painless process. During the whole assembly time I did not receive a single cut upon my little hands, not even a scratch. This was mostly due to the wide open area within the case and the rounded edges.
We began the installation by prepping the hard drives. Since this is a mostly tool-less case, we simply had to snap the drives into these plastic brackets and slide it into the HDD cage. The installation of a 3.5” drive is simple, but if you are going to use a 2.5” drive, it will require additional equipment.
Next, we have the test fitting of the power supply. The 700 watt model PSU we used was of standard size so we had to adjust the metal bracket to make the PSU snug against the back of the case.
With the motherboard graphics card installed you can see how much more space the 600T has over most other cases on the market. Using a standard size ATX motherboard we had access to all the cabling holes in the motherboard tray to wire the system. Even with the Radeon HD 5870 in place room was still very spacious.