Corsair Obsidian 750D review -
Sizing down with the Obsidian 750D MID Tower
We test and review the all new Corsair Obsidian 750D chassis. The chassis is of course based of its bigger brother the 900D which was recently released and embraced by the PC enthusiast community. The chassis is a sized down version of that big window side panel based chassis.
The 750D might be sized down, but remains configurable, has hidden options in every corner and has build quality that will stun you. Oh and then there's the space... good gosh, the space. Obsidian - back in the Roman Empire, if a person discovered some sort of mineral they would call him Obsius, it nearly forms the name of today's tested product. So when the Obsius found a, usually black or banded, hard volcanic glass that displays shiny, curved surfaces when fractured and is formed by rapid cooling of lava -- it was called... Obsidian. And Corsair today launches its 750D. So it's like this, every now and then a chassis enters the top secret Guru3D test lab, and when all the scientists gather around a product, you just know it's something special. The 750D chassis itself made of steel, with a front panel aluminum plate that functions as cover /door. With dimensions of 560 x 235 x 546 mm the Obsidian 750D weighs about 10 kg. Inside there is room for the motherboard E-ATX, ATX or microATX, nine expansion cards, PCI Express, ATX-compliant power supply unit and multiple drives.
The new chassis will obviously accommodate Corsair liquid-cooled kits, high-end video cards and a large number of 120-mm and 140-mm fans. On the input-output interfaces available will be USB 3.0 (2), USB 2.0 (2), jacks for headphones and a microphone. The 750D is tagged as Mid Tower chassis but it can even take a EATX form factor motherboards while it can house up to three5.25" devices, up to six 3.5" HDDs and at the backside you may house another four SSDs. There are many fan mount locations as well as multiple radiator mounting points -- yes, five sized from 120mm up to 360mm.
But yeah, talk is always cheap you guys want photos ! So meet the Obsidian 750D Mid-Tower and then head on over to the next page.
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Corsair Obsidian 750D review
We test and review the all new Corsair Obsidian 750D chassis. The chassis is of course based of its bigger brother the 900D which was recently released and embraced by the PC enthusiast community.