The Disk Drive Bays
The Corsair 600T comes with four 5.25” external bays and six internal 3.5”/2.5” bays, all featuring screwless installation mechanisms. One of the most interesting features of this case is that it allows you to change the configuration of the hard disk drive bays. These bays are available inside two cages, each one holding three 3.5”/2.5” bays. The default configuration is shown in Figure 17. With this configuration, you can have video cards up to 13” (330 mm) long and power supplies also up to 13” (330 mm) long.
However, if you want to install even longer video cards, you can simply remove the top cage. This will allow you to install video cards up to 18” (457 mm). You can install the top cage side by side with the bottom cage, as shown in Figure 18. This will allow you to increase the space available for the video cards and, at the same time, keep all the six hard drive bays, but reducing the space available for the power supply to 9” (230 mm).
You can even remove the bottom cage and leave the top cage installed in the middle of the bottom panel, if you want to increase the case internal airflow.
Each 3.5” bay is actually a small drawer, and one big advantage of the 600T is that all 3.5” bays also support 2.5” devices.