So we have seen the motherboard side innards, what about the backside? Is there some TLC for cable routing? Of course there is, let's have a peek.
So that is looking good alright. We see a black sleeved CPU power connector extender pre-fitted, which is a nice touch. Hey, from top to bottom you'll have a lot of distance to cover with PSU cabling alright. The big gaping hole of course is a CPU backplate cutout that makes it very easy to install an aftermarket CPU cooler without needing to remove the motherboard.
The rear of the motherboard tray also has plenty of cable tie-down loops, which makes it simple to keep the cables routed to the rear-side of the motherboard tray neat and tidy. These work out really well, it's incredibly simple I know, but often the most simple things work the best.
The side-panel spacing has also been specially designed to provide the extra space required to store all the cables, you'll have 3cm of space and thus clearance for even the thickest of cables. You will also notice that the Obsidian 900D comes with eight rubber grommet covered holes in the motherboard tray, through which you can route cables. That reduces cable clutter and actually improves airflow through the case, for better overall cooling.
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