Corsair is well-known for consistently releasing high quality hardware and today we are taking a closer look at their latest case, the Corsair Obsidian 750D. With support for double 280mm radiators and a single 360mm radiator, up to 10 storage drives and a large side panel window it is clear Corsair are targeting enthusiast builders with this full tower case. The question is, can the Obsidian 750D convince the ever critical enthusiasts to pull our their wallets?
There has been plenty of speculation about the Obsidian 750D, and some retailers even jumped the gun when they opened up pre-orders too soon. With the community asking for a scaled down version of the Obsidian 900D and stylings of the Obsidian 350D, the Obsidian 750D aims to bring the best of both worlds to the table.
- 2.5 inch bays: 4.
- 3.5 inch bays: 6 (with caddies).
- 5.25 inch bays: 3.
- Fans: 2x 140mm intake (AF140L), 1x 140mm exhaust (AF140L).
- Total fan mounting locations: 8.
- Motherboard compatibility: mATX, ATX, EATX, XL-ATX.
- Expansion slots: 9.
- Max CPU cooler height 180mm.
- Max GPU Length 460mm (top slots), 340mm (lower slots).
- Support for a radiator up to 360mm in length (top), 280mm (front), 280mm (bottom).
- Motherboard compatibility with microATX, ATX, EATX, XL-ATX.
- Matte black interior.
- 2 year warranty.
- Included in the box: Corsair Obsidian 750D case, manual, box with screws and cable ties.