Corsair’s success in the case market has been undeniable, yet there has always been that one missing option; a micro-ATX chassis. Enter the 350D, a chassis which sits in Corsair’s Obsidian series and aims to provide enthusiast m-ATX users with a high-quality enclosure.
Since entering the chassis market with one of the most highly regarded cases of recent times, the Obsidian 800D, Corsair has slowly expanded its range of enclosures to suit the needs of a growing number of users. Today we will be looking at the company’s first micro-ATX model – the Obsidian series’ 350D windowed edition.
As is tradition with the Obsidian range, the Corsair 350D’s target audiences are high-performance system builders and watercooling users. With out-of-the-box support for up to three watercooling radiators, two of which can be up to 280mm, Corsair’s 350D is aiming to bring extreme cooling to the micro-ATX market.
With a sleek brushed aluminium and steel finish, intelligently designed cable management options, and support for large dual card graphics configurations, can Corsair’s 350D prove it is worthy of flaunting the Obsidian series’ name tag?
- Motherboard support: Micro-ATX, Mini-ITX.
- Expansion slots: 5.
- Included fans: 1x 120mm (rear), 1x 140mm (front).
- Fan mounts: 4x 120/140mm, 1x 120mm.
- 5.25″ drive bays: 2.
- Internal drive bays: 3x 2.5″, 2x 2.5/3.5″.
- Dimensions: 450mm x 211mm x 439mm.