Corsair Obsidian 900D review -
As always, packaging first, 900D... yup, that's the one alright. Standard cardboard with simple black fonts.
The chassis is covered in a layer of plastic and then sits in-between two sheets of Styrofoam. The chassis is well protected, we did not stumble into any kind of scratches or damage whatsoever.
After unpacking, there it is. You'll notice that the front bezel is taped, the aluminum front cover is protected by a plastic layer as well as the four 5.25" covers. The chassis has a nice dark design, nothing screams out loud or is over done. The top mesh immediately reveals the fact that we have a chassis at hand that allows for a lot of airflow should the eye require it.
The left side panel is a bit of a labyrinth, looking down does it have a door or doesn't it? A nice acrylic dark tinted see-through window shows off all the good stuff that you have installed inside the chassis. Thus far the photos do not do the chassis any kind of justice as when you are looking at it it is massively impressive.
Both side panels can be removed by pressing a button and yes, that lower compartment can be opened up as well, we'll explain and show you that on the next page though... yeah, take the hint, next page my man ;)
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