Once unpacked you can get a better grasp of what the 750D is all about. It is pretty nice in length for a mid-tower chassis alright. The rather rigid, rugged exterior surrounds a frame that has ample room for high-performance components and the sophisticated cooling you’ll need if you’re going to push those components to their limits. It incorporates a host of clever builder-focused features.
Let me just state that the photos really do not do the chassis any justice, you really need to see a build in a computer store or something. The 750D comes with a nice big side window that will display the internal components nicely.
The opposing panel is obviously closed, no meshes or anything is to be found here. But let me go back to the front-side again.
So, both the left and right side panels have extra little doors. Push the button and boom... the following happens:
A hatch opens up. Now these little hatches can be used two fold, they function as dust filters mainly. The Obsidian 750D has magnetic dust-filters on the lower side-intakes, quick release dust filters on the top-exhaust and front intake to make attaching and also removing and cleaning the filters a simple job.
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