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The front of the case can accommodate 2×12/14cm fans or a 280mm radiator.


At the rear is another 140mm fan and a 140mm radiator can be installed in this location too.

Elsewhere GPUs of up to 370mm are supported as are CPU coolers up to 200mm. Motherboard compatibility is Mini-ITX, MicroATX, ATX and E-ATX. Finally the supported Corsair liquid coolers are H55, 60, 75, 80i, 90, 100i, 105 and H110.

Corsair 600Q Review – Conclusion

Starting with the build quality of the Carbide Series Quiet 600Q we have a case which reaches a high standard. Where other manufacturers tend towards plastic, Corsair go with steel. The finish is flawless and we noted no issues with loose or ill fitting construction. The minor issue was that the protective bag used by Corsair creates static on the case during shipping so care needs to be taken to discharge that before the build.

As far as the build process goes, overall very positive. The drive bay locations are well thought out and easy to use. The wiring holes are well placed and there is plenty of room to work in for the main chamber. Its a nice touch to include an extra fan, though it really would have made sense to pre-install it at the factory.

The inverted design doesn’t really impact the build process, most of us will install the components with the case flat on a surface but it does make sense as far as airflow goes. Quite simply in its default configuration air is brought in at the front, directly on to the main components with no barrier from drive bays etc and then is immediately exhausted out the back. Ongoing maintenance is easy thanks to the removable dust filters and there is plenty of potential for enhanced cooling with support for larger and multiple radiators.

Summary: Solid build, easy installation process and decent airflow with low noise operation. A case which can grow with your components over time.

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