Corsair Obsidian 650D review -
So, right then, let's start off with the review. As always we begin with packaging. It's a simple yet informative thing to show as when you purchase a chassis, honestly you do not want any defects and scratches on it. The 650D is packaged in cardboard.
Once you take the unit out of the cardboard box you'll notice two layers of foam protecting the unit, which on its end is covered in a synthetic cloth. Once you remove that you'll notice the important parts have been covered with a plastic wrap. Packaging was done carefully and the chances of damage and risk thanks to that are minimal.
So there she is, looks like and resembles the 800D very much. I like it, the design is not at all screaming with lights and logos. In fact it's a silent black design that is easy on the eyes. Less is better, and that works out well here. The chassis is made out of a steel structure with black brushed aluminum faceplate, much like the 800D. As you can see at the frontside, it supports 4 x 5.25in tool-free drive bays.
When we flip around the unit we can see the side panel a little better. Again, simple but stylish. The panel can be removed with the two locks, never ever have you opened up and closed a side panel so fast. The mechanism works extraordinarily well. The size of the chassis by the way is 21.5 (L) x 9 (W) x 20.5 (H) 546mm (L) x 229mm (W) x 521mm (H).
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