Corsair Graphite 380T Mini-ITX Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
The left side panel features a huge ventilated section that will allow airflow to your components, most importantly the GPU on this side, which will draw air in from this side of the chassis.
The top strip of the side panel features a tinted window that allows you to see your components.
In the center you’ll find a flip up handle that unlocks the side panel, allowing you to lift out the panel without the use of tools.
The right side panel is identical to the left panel, so lets not dwindle on that too much.
The front panel features a huge ventilated panel set in a glossy black frame. Some have joked that this makes the chassis look like one of the baskets you use to carry cats around… I like the chassis design, but I have to agree haha.
The front I/O panel is nicely equipped with a three speed fan controller, HD audio jacks, two USB 3.0 ports, reset and a funky start/stop switch for the main power button.
Around the back you’ll find a 120mm rear fan mount, the motherboard I/O cut-out, two expansion slots and a PSU cut-out at the bottom.
The expansion slots come with a movable top panel to allow some extra swinging room when installing your GPU.
The PSU area comes with a thumb screw mounted bracket which screws onto the back of the PSU before installation.
On the bottom you’ll find four grip coated stands that provide a very stable base for the chassis.
At the back there is a large slide out dust filter for the PSU intake, I especially like that it’s a yellow filter, I’ve never seen these colour matched to the chassis before.