Corsair Obsidian 650D review
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 04/24/2011 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
Here's the bottom side showing the PSU ventilation mesh and dust filter, which is removable and thus easy to clean out.
And zooming in at the bottom here a little, we see that the chassis rests on rubber mounts, this prevents resonating noises coming from the PC, and makes your chassis more silent.
Here we have the 5.25" optical drive locks, again a very simple mechanism. Once the DVD-ROM or whatever unit is inserted, aline the screw holes with the tiny pins of these locks. Click down the clip and the entire device is secured.
You just slide in the unit and click it secure. That's time saving stuff as it is tool free. Again one of the very simple yet very handy features this chassis has to offer. You can install up-to four 5.25" devices.
We review a new chassis from Corsair, it Obsidian 350D. It is the mini-me version of the new Obsidian 900D chassis. Not mid, not full, mini and this intended for small form factor PCs. Now the product might be tagged as mini, the details and features however are grand. Armed with a price much better then the 900D this might be the product a lot of you are on the lookout for.
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