Corsair Obsidian 1000D Leaks onto Amazon

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Hmmm if I ever wanted to go beyond my 900D....
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Nice looking case but the front panel IO cables look out of place. Could have done a better job by hiding them.
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That's one big *** case! Personally, I still prefer the looks of 900D over the 1000D tbh.
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Love my 750D, and doubt that I will need any sort of case update anytime soon. Nice and minimalistic.
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Nice but wait ? 500 bucks for a case ? Is there a worldwide case shortage too to justify that kind of price for something that does not seem spectacular ?
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FM57:

Nice but wait ? 500 bucks for a case ? Is there a worldwide case shortage too to justify that kind of price for something that does not seem spectacular ?
Well, This is going to be one of the biggest cases made (that isn't custom made) Not to mention materials and labour costs. Still this is only around 50-100 bucks more than the 900D i believe, or here across the pond, about 30 pounds. Still, curious to know if anyone would actually use all 20 fans that this thing can use, just reminds me of the case made totally of all Fans https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?quality=100&image_uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blogcdn.com%2Fwww.engadget.com%2Fmedia%2F2007%2F11%2F11-24-07-66casemod.jpg&client=cbc79c14efcebee57402&signature=89c6cb2f3613c1bc5cda9f8e432de5a5fffa662a
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FM57:

Nice but wait ? 500 bucks for a case ? Is there a worldwide case shortage too to justify that kind of price for something that does not seem spectacular ?
The 900D almost costs 400€ too... on the other side, it's got pretty much all the stuff you could imagine, like fan trays etc., that's all a number of extra parts. Putting this thing together might indeed be twice the work than with any normal case. Also they usually come fully modular, lots of holes for screws to mount etc.
Tuukka:

29,5 kilograms, wow ?
Yeah, my 900D is already heavy a f but 30kg is really something... imagine you put 4x 480 rads in there like it's capable of, along with the blocks, and the water / coolant... you might really need a friend to help to drain that loop!
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Yeah I have a 900D too and I can't imagine something bigger. I've been thinking about downsizing for a while but now.. idk, aside from the front I like the look of this case. Ugh.
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Denial:

Yeah I have a 900D too and I can't imagine something bigger. I've been thinking about downsizing for a while but now.. idk, aside from the front I like the look of this case. Ugh.
I went from a NZXT 810 Switch (about the same size as the 900D) to a lian-li PC-05SX that was a huge downsizing.
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I have 3 mini itx systems. Next upgrade it could make sense to get one of these and up cycle one of my mini itx's into here. Would make a nice staking box.
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Ricepudding:

Still, curious to know if anyone would actually use all 20 fans that this thing can use, just reminds me of the case made totally of all Fans
I have the 900D, these cases are really designed for hardcore multi GPU water cooling setups. Think 3-4 radiators. So just fans would be a waste imho. these really shot up in price, I think I got my 900D for under $300 but that was awhile ago. There are better cases now imho, but this is a classic design.
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'That's no moon, its a PC case'....
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holler:

I have the 900D, these cases are really designed for hardcore multi GPU water cooling setups. Think 3-4 radiators. So just fans would be a waste imho. these really shot up in price, I think I got my 900D for under $300 but that was awhile ago. There are better cases now imho, but this is a classic design.
Still crazy though, you could have a radiator each for the cpu and 3/4 GPUs XD... It's still a classic design, but many of them are lacking on the newer features like USB C and 3.1
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Ricepudding:

Well, This is going to be one of the biggest cases made (that isn't custom made) Not to mention materials and labour costs. Still this is only around 50-100 bucks more than the 900D i believe, or here across the pond, about 30 pounds. Still, curious to know if anyone would actually use all 20 fans that this thing can use, just reminds me of the case made totally of all Fans https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?quality=100&image_uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.blogcdn.com%2Fwww.engadget.com%2Fmedia%2F2007%2F11%2F11-24-07-66casemod.jpg&client=cbc79c14efcebee57402&signature=89c6cb2f3613c1bc5cda9f8e432de5a5fffa662a
Hi there Probably is not biggest case available to the date, Caselabs still is making TX10 or making in limited numbers, this case is one of biggest cases what I saw and price will be in same range as this 1000D, but saw used sell for £900 Have look I have Caselabs M8 with pedestal which is double wide case, height of this case is 77-78cm without the caster wheels and this case housing 4*360mm radiators and 29 fans, I run my fans at 750-1000RPM as max on idle or during the light load and when I do or make music or play games, only during the rendering I run fans at 1100-1200RPM and still at these RPM fans are quiet This radiator space allows me to run fans at low speed and still have nice water delta T, personally I target 5-7°C water delta T, usually in gaming water delta T is in 3-4°C as max, in folding water delta T is in 5°C but that's with 5960x OC to 4.5Ghz and GPUs folding, in rendering I still have nice water delta T in 5-7°C as max that's with fans running at 1000RPM, running fans at 1200RPM water delta T will drop to 4.5-5.2°C Planning to add to my loop MO-ra3 360mm with which I should drop my water delta T down Noisiest part of my loop is pump Hope this helps Thanks, Jura
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Ricepudding:

Still crazy though, you could have a radiator each for the cpu and 3/4 GPUs XD... It's still a classic design, but many of them are lacking on the newer features like USB C and 3.1
This one actually has 2 USB-C ports on the front panel.