Corsair Obsidian 900D review -
Right, we've moved the chassis into the photo-studio. The chassis is big and heavy alright. Nearly too big to establish a decent photo-shoot really as we need quite a bit of distance with our camera to photograph this fantastic beast of a chassis. Let me just state again that the photos really do not do the chassis any justice, you really need to see a build in a computer store or something.
I'm not sure if you even realized it, but the dimensions for the Obsidian 900D are roughly 70 (H) x 65 (D) x 25 (W) centimeters. Oh and then the weight, I haven't measured it but it is at least 20 kg, that's heavy duty gear alright.
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 900D 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. You can also remove these hatches and mount fans there.
Scroll-wheel down? Yeah that's 65 cm of rear side right there. Let's go to the next page and look at the backside in a bit more detail shall we? All the way up top the black square thingies... these are buttons. Click them once and you can remove the side panels. One button for each side of course. But let's zoom in, next page please.
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