HARRRR matey, these Corsair folks lifted the covers off the Obsidian 450D chassis, and thus it has been released, marketed as a Mid toower PC Case this is a capbale chassis is oozing with enthusiast features... even including room for liquid cooling!
Behind the 450D’s aluminum mesh intake grill are dual 140mm AF140L intake fans to direct airflow straight to a PC’s hottest component, the graphics card. The rear AF120L 120mm fan keeps the airflow moving smoothly and five other optional fan locations give you serious cooling flexibility. The 450D’s fan mounts also accommodate a wide range of water-cooling radiators, with room for up to a 360mm radiator in the roof, a 280mm radiator in the front, and a 240mm radiator in the floor.
The 450D also boasts all of the features that make the Obsidian Series a favorite among enthusiasts around the world. Easily accessible dust filters on the roof, front, and bottom ensure your system will stay looking its best, while modular tool-free 3.5”/2.5” hard disk mounts offer a wide range of storage options, or can be removed entirely to prioritize airflow.
“From day one, our Obsidian Series has made our case lineup a force to be reckoned with.” said George Makris, Product Manager at Corsair. “With Obsidian 450D we’ve now added a mid-tower case that has outstanding air cooling capabilities, but can house lots of water cooling parts, too.”
Obsidian Series 450D Specifications
Three tool-free 3.5”/2.5” combo bays in a modular hard drive cage, with two tool-free 2.5” drive bays behind the motherboard
Two tool-free 5.25” bays for expansion
Two front mounted USB 3.0 ports for easy peripheral or external storage connection
7 expansion slots
Three included high-airflow fans for excellent airflow at low noise levels
2 front 140mm
1 rear 120mm
Perforated front brushed aluminum fascia for improved airflow
Room for up to 8 fans
Top – 360mm/280mm
Front – 280mm/240mm
Bottom – 240mm
Rear – 120mm
Builder Friendly Features
Thumbscrew side panel removal and expansion slots
Tool-free drive bays
Center-post standoff to hold motherboard in place during installation
Easily accessible and removable front, rear, and top dust filters
Cable routing with rubber grommets for superior airflow and neater builds
Dimensions and Weight
Length x Width x Height
19.5” x 8.3” x 19.6” inches
494 x 210 x 497mm
Pricing, Availability, and Warranty
The Obsidian Series 450D has a suggested retail price of $119.99 in the US and is available in April from Corsair's worldwide network of authorized distributors and resellers. It is backed with a limited 2-year warranty and Corsair’s excellent customer service and technical support.
The maximum length of radiator supported in each radiator mounting area, along with the maximum clearance for each position. If clearance is unlisted, it will depend on the other hardware which you have installed, such as fans and radiators. But let's just start off with unpacking the product and work our way up from thereon. We have lots to show you today.
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