After my experience installing a system into the 600T I was excited to see how well it would perform. Truthfully with two 200mm fans I had no reason to expect anything but a quiet and cool case, but until you try it you never know. After getting it all up and running, there were no surprises. Both of the 200mm fans give a white glow, a pleasant change from the typical blue or red lighting seen on most other cases. When combined with the built in fan controller, I was extremely impressed with the noise output. With a total of 520mm’s of cooling power the 600T did an amazing job of keeping everything cool.
For those of you who enjoy going to a LAN party or two, you will also like the 600T’s case design for its easy carrying ability. Typically this isn’t something I would bring up on a case without a handle. But as it turns out the distinguished design around the front and back of the case makes for a perfect area to grab and hold on to your precious cargo. Let’s be clear, these are not designed to be lifting points. The plastic front and back panels are held on with clips. But in my experience they were secure when lifting up our rig. If you have loaded the 600T with heavy hard drives, gold bricks, or a few kilos of the good stuff to keep you gaming all night you may want to consider holding the case from the bottom (and you may want to reconsider your priorities if you need to bring drugs to game all night lol).