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    Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    Meet the smallest member of Corsair's eye-catching Graphite Series.
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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    Nice review, it is a decent case. Seems like the 250D but morphed a bit.
    But although I really like this case, I am sorry, but it reassembles a funky stereo player too much
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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    2 words...mecha bee

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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    1 words... honeycomb

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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    I kind of like it and quite possibly the thinking is to have different colours as do Aerocool (Dead Silence) and Bitfenix (Prodigy) for their small form factor cases.
    It is though (and the two mentioned above) to big, SFF cases seem to be mimicking smart phones in getting bigger in size.
    An ITX motherboard is 170mm x 170mm, any case mounting one in the horizontal plane should not be much wider than 200mm, the Prodigy gets closest at 250mm, the Aerocool is 265mm and thats capable of taking a micro atx board in the horizontal plane which makes it 27mm narrower than the Corsair.

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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    I really like the idea of a small form factor PC and for my next build I see this as a serious option to consider, though I can't believe that I am already planning my next build lol but then again, I'm always planning my next build.

    I like the look of the case, I think it has great presence, I don't like how awkward it looked to build with, and yet having the option to add a 120mm AIO liquid cooler and a GTX780Ti does make the case quite appealing, ultimately I think the negatives outweigh the positives for me and in this respect I think the Carbide 240 would be the better case out of the series, first it offers more versatility, it can be used with the clear panel facing up or to the side and is better value for money. The only thing that might sway me towards the 380T is the carry handle on the top.

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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    I think they have lost the conception of small form factor PC ? This isn't small form factor its a matx size case at best

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    Re: Corsair Graphite Series 380T

    It bumblebees head!

    Looks good but matx is the smallest I am willing to go right now and have been looking at the aerocool dead silence for that.

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