HYTE Y60 Premium Mid-Tower Chassis Review

 

Specifications

Type Dual Chamber Mid-Tower ATX Case
Volume 60L
Case Dimensions 456mm (L) x 285mm (W) x 462mm (H)
Case Weight 9.6 kg
Case in Box Dimensions 535mm (L) x 372mm (W )x 540mm (H)
Case in Box Weight 11.3 kg
Case Materials Tempered Glass, Steel, ABS
Color White/Black, Black/Black, Red/Black
Motherboard Support EATX, ATX, mATX, ITX
Power Supply ATX up to 235mm in length
Video Card Max Dimensions 375mm length, 75mm thick (60mm or less recommended for best cooling)
Fan Support Side: 2x 120/140mm
Top: 3x 120mm
Rear: 1x 120mm (1x 120mm, 1300 RPM included)
Bottom: 2x 120mm/140mm (2x 120mm, 1300 RPM included)
Radiator Support Side: 120, 140, 240, 280mm up to 150mm thick
Top: 120, 240, 360mm up to 30mm thick
Rear: 120mm
CPU Cooler Height 160 mm*
Storage 2x 3.5″ HDD or 4x 2.5″ SSD
Expansion Slots 3 + 6 half-height
PCI Express Riser 4.0 x 16 (included)
 

INTERFACES

 
Front USB 3.0 2
Front USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C 1
Audio/Mic Jack 1
Dust Filters Bottom, Side, Top
RGB Lighting None

* When using an air cooler rather than a liquid cooler, HYTE recommends the installation of 2 additional intake fans (not included) on the side mount of the Y60 for optimal airflow.

 

Now let’s take a look at the package and its contents.

 

Package and its contents

The HYTE Y60 chassis arrived in a retail package which is a large box. The package is typical for PC cases and is made of brownish cardboard. There is an additional yellow sticker pointing out that inside is a modern aesthetic product. On the sides are general specifications and case drawings, so about everything we need to see. The chassis itself is protected by thick styrofoam. The case isn’t very heavy as it weighs about 11.3kg with the package. We have seen heavier cases. It still has to be well protected for transport.

The package contents are not including much. There is a set of screws, a short user manual, an audio jack adapter, and some zip ties. Everything else is already in its place in the case.

 

Next, I will describe what I find the most important. I will skip the obvious things that are clear looking at the product and would be boring.

 

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Bartosz Waluk aka Woomack is from Poland. He's been interested in computer hardware and extreme overclocking for over 15 years. Bartosz has also over 12 years experience in IT what includes sales, technical support and computer building ... but not only. He joined the Funky Kit team in January 2013.