Corsair Obsidian 550D review -
Product Showcase - Exterior
On top we see a square panel again, if you look at the photo below you'll notice that once again it can be removed. Obviously you can go nuts with other fans here as well as installing a LCS (liquid cooling system) radiator. A dual 120mm radiator would be a breeze to install for sure.
On the above photo you can see the sound dampening material used little better as well.
The frontpanel is kept simple. Perhaps maybe a little too simple, we'd have loved to see a fan controller here. But a power/reset button, audio jacks and two USB 3.0 ports is what you get. That's a little on the shy side of things alright.
So the Aluminum diamond cut front panel / door can be opened up both from the left and right side, pull it forwards and you'll notice it can be removed completely. This door has a layer of noise dampening material as well. Behind it you'll stumble into four 5.25 drive bays and at the inside six 3.5 hard drive bays (with 2.5 compatibility).
When we move all the away downwards we stumble into another latch that can be removed, it's the dust filter for the two fans sitting behind it, sucking cold air into the chassis. Again, this is one of these details I like so very much.
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