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Corsair Graphite Series CC-9011061-WW Black Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX 380T Portable Mini ITX Case

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  • Steel / Plastic Mini-ITX
  • USB 3.0, headphone, and microphone ports Front Ports
  • 2 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Awesome looking

Pros: - Looks awesome, my son loves it
- Easy to put together, easy access to get inside

Cons: - Less clearance for the fan than I anticipated, but it is MIni-ITX

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Awesome little itx case, great for LAN parties and the like

Pros: This thing is great. Not only does it carry the same awesome design language of the larger 780T in a mini itx form factor, but it also works really well while doing so. I've noticed that the build quality is great. All of the internals are made from metal, giving the case quite a bit of rigidity, and the handle, while made from plastic, feels really solid. It even has a nice dotted grip underneath that provides traction. Set aside any fears of trying to build in a mini itx case like this with big hands. Both side panels come of to provide plenty of room for component manipulation. The front panel comes of nice and easy to reveal a fan mount and dust filter. In addition, I thought that the cable management options were plentiful. I'm a fan of just stuffing the excess cable length somewhere where it doesn't get in the way of airflow and can't be seen, and this case comes with an area literally just for doing that. It's also got room for a 280mm rad. While it was a bit of a tight squeeze, the rad fits (I'm using corsair's H110i) and cools well. It can also fit a full length GPU (good luck getting a Zotac AMP in there). I have an MSI 980ti gaming edition (the red one) and it fits, but only just. There's also a little light that you can turn on and off that illuminates the mobo.

Cons: While there are many great things about this case, the 380T also has some room for improvement. I have three main gripes.

1. The rad has to be thin. I was going to try using an H80i GT from corsair, but it didn't fit with my motherboard VRMs (My MOBO: MSI Gaming Z170I Gaming Pro AC) in one position and it didn't fit because of the RAM in the other. Granted, this is a very thick cooler, but in a case with this price point, I would also expect corsair's other high end components to be compatible;e.

2. The PSU can't be very long if you want to have any 3.5 inch HDDs. The HDD tray hangs under the empty area between the front of the case and end of the mobo. Unfortunately, corsair's maximum PSU length doesn't account for the cables coming out the back. There was no way I could have my psu ( CORSAIR RMx Series RM550X ) in the case with the HDD drive bays installed. There is a separate little slot for two SSDs, so you could use that for a laptop HDD I guess. I just have a 512 GB SSD there.

3. The GPU is badly ventilated. It sits vertically, so that the fans face the outside of the case (a nice aesthetic touch, especially since you can see the light up MSI dragon logo through the window at the top of the side panel. However, ALL of the airflow in this case is front to back. The GPU sits in it's own little ecosystem, walled off from the rest of the case by it's own PCB. If you had a reference or FE style GPU, this wouldn't be a problem at all. You just let it vent all the hot air out the back. Since I don't, the area between the side of the case and the GPU PCB just gets hotter and hotter. Some of the heat does vent out the side panel, but most of it doesn't. Eventually, since heat rises, it winds up curling over the top of the GPU and out the back. Note that I can play any games I want to at any resolution and settings, and do any stress tests for however long I like without thermal throttling, however.

Overall Review: Yes, buy this case. It's great, it's sexy, and I love it. I love the feet, and I love the simple IO and fan controller. I love how easy it is to set up, and how easy it is to carry around. It's the perfect size where you know you have power, but don't have to carry around a 900D.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Well built product, but watch out for tolerances in specification.

Pros: - Well built chassis, easy to take off sides and access.
- Carrying handle is nice - room for hydro coolers.

Cons: - Not the most attractive thing, but it's portable.
- Specifications show it accepts 180mm length power supplies. There may be some tolerances in manufacturing, but the eVGA SuperNOVA 750 G2 did not quite fit (180mm length). If you plan to use a modular power supply with this unit, be aware that the 3.5" drive cages sit immediately behind the power supply, which can prevent the use of the modular cords. You'll need a small length PSU if going modular - something like the eVGA SuperNOVA P2, or others in the 165mm length or below range.

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5/ 5
An excellent case and portable to boot, love it.

Pros: Most important, this case is portable. If you are on the go and you like gaming but hate the burning hot gaming laptops that come up short on power and upgradability, this is your case. I have traveled through airports with it, taken it on long business trips, it is wonderful. Just pack a keyboard and mouse in my suitcase and hook up to the hotel TV. Awesome for LAN parties too for those who are still into them. I have actually built a pile of rigs like this for several travel nurses and business folks on the go.

I like that you can adjust the fan speeds (though i wish it would default to high speed instead of the lowest setting). The fans are ultra quiet, even on the highest setting.

I am also able to get a full sized 980 ti on this board. Check your card length before purchasing some the very biggest cards are a handful of mm too long but it will fit most full sized high end graphics cards.

The side panels are easily removable making for easy getting in and out if you are a tinkerer like I am.

It looks sharp and techies like me have ooed and ahhhed when they saw it. Mine is yellow

Cons: As I said, the fans speed does not default to high speed, which is silly since this is a gaming case.

Cable management is a bit hairy. Not as neat as I normally like things, but still far superior than any mini-itx I have built in this regard.

Panels can be a bit tricky to get back on flush but still, we are talking a few extra seconds of hassle.

Not a fan of the way it secures the card in the pci-e slot. Instead of your traditional double screws, it has a sliding plate that you secure and on the card flange. Has far more play than I like and would honestly have just preferred the traditional 2 screws and going nowhere setup.

Overall Review: Highly recommended. I have built many mini-itx computers. It is a bit expensive but you get all the portability and aesthetics of some of the $300 mini itx cases you see for less than half the cost. High quality components and convenience reign supreme.

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5/ 5
Great little lanbox case

Pros: -Mini Tardis - Small on the outside, big on the inside
-A lot more cable management space than you would think
-Looks great
-Built in Wi-Fi AC adapter has great range

Cons: -Doesn't fit as big of graphics cards as you would think. Yes it would fit a big one
-Some sharp edges on the metal grates. I've sliced my finger open multiple times working on it or stabbed a hole into me.
-Tight working space when dealing with a graphics card that is "too big" for the case. A problem I didn't think would exist as it said it holds the biggest cards
-Lack of a CD Drive slot, but there is space on the inside in front of the motherboard that you honestly could mount one up and just open the side of the case to use it.

Overall Review: My build

Corsair Graphite 380T Black
MSI A88XI AC V2 Motherboard
Kigston HyperX (2x8GB)16GB Ram
Sapphire NITRO R9 390X 8GB Graphics Card
Corsair RM850X 850W Power Supply
2x Samsung 850 EVO 2.5" 1TB SSD
2x Western Digital Black 4TB 7200 RPM HDD

The case is amazing, but I did have to "modify" it lightly by cutting the tab that holds the front plate slightly. I had to sand it down to fit my massive graphics card into it. Even then I had to push the case open a little. But after I got it in, it fits just fine. Just keep in mind that this massive graphics card may not be the best choice for this case.

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Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
Verified Owner
4/ 5
Nice Case for Air Cooling, Form Does Not Follow Function

Pros: + Open design keeps everything cool
+ Front fan opening supports HUGE 200mm fan
+ Easily portable
+ Nice fit and finish - panels all line up, edges are smooth, plastic bits are taped off for protection

Cons: - Cost
- Finicky build process
- HDD cage not well designed
- Cable routing options are limited
- I would have preferred more metal than plastic at this price point

Overall Review: My son selected this case for his first PC, so it became my first mini-ITX build project. After looking over the comments and external reviews I opted for an air-cooled build to give extra room to work with, which was really needed. I also ditched the HDD cage in favor of two SSDs, which really helped with cable management and overall build process. Even though I used a modular PSU, getting the cables snaked into place took some finagling, I test-fit each and every one several times.

For a case with such large external dimensions, it's surprisingly hard to install into. The mobo connectors make a fat bundle of wires that barely clear the fan opening, and occupy valuable real estate directly behind the video card slot. I used a lot of zip ties but there again I couldn't find many spots to tie off to, not without obstructing the side panel fit.

It really helped to install almost everything on the motherboard prior to mounting the board in the case. I installed RAM, the CPU, CPU cooler (Cryorig H7), wifi card, antenna wires to heat shield, and CPU power cable before gingerly sliding the whole setup into the case and screwing it into place. Getting the heat shield to snap into place while adjusting the mobo, without disconnecting the teensy wires to the wifi card was pretty frustrating, but taking it slow was the key. Then connecting the case wiring, those tiny connectors on the right pins was another exercise in patience - definitely used a flashlight for this step.

Installing the PSU was tons easier, and the video card was the last item before tidying up. I used the radiator mount rails on the right side to strap down cables, there isn't a whole lot of room on the left. Powered up the first time, the BIOS recognized the USB ports, installed the OS from a thumb drive, and now son is busy installing Minecraft mods.

If this was a plain vanilla case I'd probably rate it around 3 eggs because of the headaches and barked knuckles associated with the build, but it's eminently portable, the replacement 200mm fan makes it look like a red-lit turbofan engine, and it's very solid - no squeaks or rattles. A bit costly, but I justified it due to the option to add water-cooling down the road, and the handle makes it easy to move as needed.

Intel Core i5-6600K
ASRock H170M-ITX/ac
CRYORIG H7 Tower Cooler
MSI Radeon R9 390X
CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB)
Cooler Master MegaFlow 200
Corsair Air Series AF120 LED 120mm
Microsoft Windows 10

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Spacious with small footprint

Pros: - Mini ITX case with a lot of space inside.
- Built-in fans on front and back for intake and exhaust
- Easy-open sides with no tools needed to get into your rig for any reason
- Handle on top feels perfect for carrying to LANs
- Space for a standard size power supply

Cons: - there is a 3.5 inch mounting bracket for older hard drives, I had to remove it to fit the cables for my power supply.

Overall Review: - I totally recommend this case. I had not built or owned a computer for about 10 years, and I'm out of the loop. This case was so simple to use and move around in, it really made the experience smooth.

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Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
Verified Owner
5/ 5
Awesome case for Portability

Pros: -great design
-comes with fans
-Fan controller that works (never had a working one before lol....)
-case feels sturdy

Cons: -Hard drive cage in the way of the power supply

Overall Review: Wasn't too hard building inside of it (and most of my issues came from my lack of planning). I took out the HDD cage because it was in my way. Probably leave it out and just have 2 SSDs in it (wonderfully placed too).

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