The Graphite 780T stands 689 x 332 x 670 mm (27 x 13 x 26") which gives you a lot of space to install your system. The cooling options are similarly impressive, you can install up to six 140mm fans or nine 120mm or for watercoolers you can install up to a 360mm rad on the top or front, 240mm on the bottom or a 140mm rad on the back. In addition to the drive cages with tool-less installation on the front of the case, you can also install three 2.5" drives on the back side of the case. If you want to build a system with an XL-ATX motherboard, the biggest CPU cooler you can get your hands on an several of the largest GPUs on the market this case will take them all and still leave you with plenty of space. Check out the full review at Overclockers Club.
"To follow up, the Graphite 780T has many positive things making it well worth the asking price. I don't have time to write out each in detail or this would go on forever, so I'm just going to cover the things that make it stand out. First up, having support for every aftermarket CPU cooler is a major advantage. When I say every single one, it's because nothing has topped 200mm yet and that would just be purely insane."
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By every aftermarket cooler
By every aftermarket cooler not exceeding 200mm, what are you meaning exactly? Air cooling? There are multiple options for 240mm rads, not to mention 280mm rads.
200mm is the vertical space
200mm is the vertical space available between cpu and side panel. What cooling system placed here would you put? It si certainly not the place where you put a radiator.
saw this case at the
saw this case at the tigerdirect tech bash and its freaking huge