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Corsair CC-9011035-WW Obsidian Series 750D Performance Full Tower Case
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- Mini iTX, Micro, ATX, ATX, and Extended-ATX motherboard compatible
- Compatible Corsair Liquid Coolers : H55, H60, H75, H80i, H90, H100i, H105, H110
- Two, modular drive cages house three 3.5" or 2.5" drives each, Four tool-free dedicated SSD cages
- Nine expansion slots for multiple PCI-E devices or large motherboards
- Radiator and fan compatibility : Top: 3 x 120mm or 2 x 140mm , Front: 2 x 140mm or 2 x 120mm (2 x 140mm included) , Bottom: 2 x 120mm , Rear: 1 x 140mm or 120mm (140mm included)
- Maximum CPU Cooler Height 170mm, maximum GPU Length 450mm
- Warranty 2 years
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The full tower Obsidian case for great-looking high performance PCs
The Obsidian Series 750D full tower PC case combines generous expansion flexibility, room for advanced cooling options, and an interior that’s optimized for fast and easy builds and upgrades. It has a clean, elegant exterior that dispenses with arbitrary plastic add-ons in exchange for the beauty of brushed aluminum and solid steel. This 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. And, it incorporates a host of clever system builder-focused features, because building a system should be straightforward, trouble-free, and even fun.
The room you need when you’re getting serious
Nine PCI-E expansion slots support double and triple GPUs. There’s room for up to ten drives, and four USB ports on the brushed aluminum front panel.
Your system. Your cooling.
The three included Corsair AF140L high-airflow 140 millimeter intake and exhaust fans are custom engineered to deliver excellent airflow with less unnecessary turbulence and noise. You can mount up to eight fans, with room for dual radiators on the bottom, front, and top.
Take control of your storage
There are four separate mounting locations for the drive cages, and if you’re moving to 100% solid-state, you can remove the 3.5 inch cages entirely and use the four side-mounted 2.5 inch cages.
Designed for fast, straightforward builds
The side panels and expansion slots use thumb screws, and storage installation is tool-free. A center-post standoff holds the motherboard in place while you secure it, and the dust filters are easily accessible and removable. Our innovative cable routing system has multiple cutouts with rubber grommets for superior airflow and a cleaner look, and the CPU backplate cutout lets you install or upgrade your CPU cooling without removing the motherboard.
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|Item Dimensions||21.50 x 9.30 x 22.00 inches||22.00 x 9.25 x 21.00 inches||21.70 x 9.25 x 21.10 inches||20.51 x 9.13 x 17.76 inches||23.31 x 10.79 x 22.72 inches|
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With immaculate tempered glass enclosing the entire chassis every component of your build is on display for all to see The Corsair crystal Series 570X provides enough space for virtually every size radiator and support for up to six case fans With the three included SP120 RGB LED fans and built-in LED controller you can liven up your build with brilliant lighting effects Cable management is made simple with built-in cable routing channels and included Velcro cable straps ensuring that only your components are seen through the floating glass Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 opt #1
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Until I bought this case, the cases themselves fell into this same category: I saw no real substantial improvements from AT-designs to ATX, mini-ATX, etc. for 25 years.
With this case, Corsair though now makes a PC builders' life much easier, the motherboard standoffs are already installed (thank you, Corsair) and the backplate only requires 2 or 3 cusswords to line up with the motherboard at the time of installation instead of 50. The airflow is better than most, and there's a lot of room to add more fans (and I recommend using corsair fans, they are the quietest for the CFM/airflow they provide) if you so desire.
As other reviewers have mentioned, this is a big case (full size so it's easy to fish around wires when you have to). The most important aspect to me, as one reviewer put it, is that it didn't look like it just came out of a Transformers' movie - this is an elegant looking, grown-up case. It'd look equally as nice in an upscale office environment as it does at home.
It's an easy case to build in. It's got airflow. It looks nice. I submit that having a caster kit available would be nice, but for many of us it's not terribly necessary.
- 3 fans are INCLUDED and installed. That was my biggest question.
- CD drives install in front without tools.
- Up to six 3.5" hard drives install without tools into two modular housings. As you can see from my photos, they can be configured different ways or you can remove either or both of housings if you don't need them.
- Up to four Solid State Drives can be installed in modular carriers on the back side. You can remove any of these you don't need.
- There's a dust filter tray under the power supply that slides out for cleaning.
- The top screen is held in place with small magnets. This PC will be located under a desk so I don't have to worry about anything spilling into the case from above.
- The front panel opens by pressing the top corners of the panel.
- NOT INCLUDED are the power supply and Blu-ray drive in my photos. But you knew that right?
I like it when I can use the same brand power supply with the case and I've been very happy with Corsair power supplies in the past. The 750D is a huge case that could easily be set up for a 6 drive RAID 10 array or many other configurations. I'll be using it for 3D rendering with a pair of RTX 2070 cards, i9-9900KF, and 64GB RAM. I removed one of the drive carriers because I'll be using a 1TB M.2 SSD and a single 4TB hard drive. I have network storage for everything else.
What about aesthetics? This box will be used mainly for production, and maybe some gaming after hours. Its not a flashy case. It does have a nice side window but I mainly like its functionality.
The first one came and for the most part seemed ok. After completing the build I noticed the front panel wouldn’t lock. Sure enough, the latches would no longer latch, and the cover just kinda sits there leaning against the front, leaving exposed fans and a very ugly looking case. My brother who I built out the case for didn’t mind using some tape to keep it pllatched so i chalked it up to bad luck.
Fast forward to a few months later, I finish getting all the parts for my own rebuild, about 2.5k worth of parts, waiting for the case so I can start the build. It arrives and the box is in perfect condition but as I unpack it, plastic shards are all over the inside of the packaging, like the other reviews the rear plastic feed had been over torqued at the factory causing it to break and shatter, the case is not stable enough to trust the components to be safe. While investigating if I can fix it some how I notice the HDD caddy looks warped. The caddys were forcibley shoved into the slots so they were bent and wrapped, even after “fixing” they have a notice le bend in them and do not latch properly. Further inspection showed the HDD module was also bent itself and very obviously skewed.
I then inspect the front panel to see if the latches at least work, and although they do, the front does not sit flush and buldges at the center.
Super disappointed in Corsair on this one 2/2 cases so far have been defective. I ordered a exchange through amazon to see if third times a charm but maybe I should be moving away from Corsair which I use for all my computer builds in the past(personally and at my company)
Just be aware QA is horrid for this case line
Update: received my replacement from amazon, this is the third case now, this one has a broken front latch panel like the first one. I did receive an RMA for the first case that my brother uses for his broken latch so support is helpful in getting the parts replaced but it amazes me 3 out of 3 cases I’ve received are unacceptable and broken. I suggest to stay away from this case line
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inside the case is spacious and fits a standard ATX motherboard with lots of room to move around when installing your components. The case features a guide post instead of a standoff in one position to make it easy to install the motherboard and line this up with your IO shield, the guide post is optional and can be swapped out for a standoff, but i'd recommend leaving it in place for an easier time installing your board. The standoffs are built into the case so there's no chance of pesky standoffs coming away along with the motherboard like with cases of lesser quality.
There are lots of holes, some with rubber grommets to assist with cable mamagement too, the back of the case has a good inch of space to assist with keeping unsightly cables hidden.
There are 2 140mm fans preinstalled in the front and one 140mm fan preinstalled in the back with space for 3 120mm or 2 140mm top fans, and potentially 2 more 120mm bottom fans in the bottom of the case. However with the bottom fans you would have to remove the hard drive cages (which can be reconfigured to stack!) and replace these with fans. There are dedicated slots to install a number of 2.5 inch hard drives as well as space for 6 3.5 inch hard drives.
The front air intake filter is easy to remove and has 2 'clicky' push buttons to remove this for cleaning, the power block intake also has an easy to remove slide out filter at the bottom reat of the case. The Top of the case also comes with a magnetic mesh filter. If you are planning on installing any more case fans on the bottom you may wish to invest in more magnetic mesh filters as these are not included with the case. These spaces are where the hard drive cages are in default configuration.
The exterior of the case has a sleek dark brushed steel aesthetic with a large acrylic window on the left side. I fear like with all other dark coloured electronics and surfaces the dark metal may prove to be a dust magnet which requires regular dusting however!
Overall I cannot recommend this case enough, it's simply the best case I've ever had and worth every pound. If you're looking for a new case, look no further!
Firstly - this tower is LARGE. There are bigger ones out there, but if you are coming from a modern 'standard' sized ATX case, this is going to seem huge.
But that size is necessary to allow for the amount of hardware that this case can hold.
It will easily fit the largest of motherboards, with all bells and whistles.
It will take a beefy psu.
Quad-SLi? No problem!
Water-cooling? Why not!?
6 HDDs and 4 SSDs? Go for it!
A good looking tower, which is sleek and smart. It has form and function. And I love it!
Firstly the case from a functional point is great, it holds my new AMD / ROG Hero 7 and the radiator fan with ease and there is a lot of space for drives.
The fan cables are too short to reach the motherboard so I had to get some extenders.
The top finish is not great in one spot as it looks like far too much paint was used in one spot.
The doors take a bit of effort to get them flush with the front panel.
The plastic housing is loose at the front right, I suspect that there is a clip or something missing on that side.
The pictures show blue LED fans, as does the youtube video, however they are boring grey.
It is sitting under a desk with a lot of clearance so these issues can not be seen, but it is a shame about the bad bits as it is close to being a great case.
4 stars ... This case was bought for a complete new build with the bulk of the parts being Corsair. I fitted a Corsair AIO 115i water cooler to the front of the case. Only 6 of the 8 screw holes lined up, which is more than enough. I would have expected a proper fit since I'm using corsair parts The side panels don't fit very well either as they flex, there are no locking pins as in most cases, just a front and bottom lip arrangement which means you do need to use the locking screws on the back.
As for space, this case gives you all you could possibly need. 4 ssd brackets on back panel. I removed both 3.5" drive racks and the plastic mounts they sit on, ( my 3 HD's are now mounted in the 5 1/4" bays) I had to do this to mount the radiator on the front panel. This also opened up 2x 120mm fan positions on the bottom of the case so I added a fan there. , My airflow is in my opinion perfect and the Asus fan management software turns off the fans when not needed as the air flow is so good. Cable management is a dream. Well impressed even with the slight issues.
Do look at warehouse deals, They are worth getting especially with the 30 day return policy which you wont need, just read the description properly first to see what your getting.
I was a bit concerned when I took delivery of the carton however as the overall weight did not suggest a particularly substantial case – this suspicion was somewhat justified upon subsequent examination.
In the overall sense the case isn’t all that bad, there’s plenty of room on the inside, it can accommodate twelve 3.5 discs in tool-less trays (using two additional stacking cages) and four 2.5 discs (in separate tool-less caddies). Three front drive bays are available for optical drives or additional disc drives if storage is important. Supplied with three fans, there is adequate room for a front or top-mounted radiator. There’s 34cm in length available for a graphics card.
The main chassis is steel with the front plastic panels being sheathed with what appears to be (very easily marked) brushed aluminium, one side panel is solid the other windowed; sadly, this is where my concerns about the solidity of the case began to mount.
While the chassis is steel, assembled with small diameter rivets, this does not prevent a slight degree of front to back movement when modest pressure is applied to the front top of the case – movement absent from my usual cases of choice. The side panels are constructed from very lightweight steel and have a disappointing degree of flex, the solid panel is unlined.
The top panel is open grid, topped with a magnetic edged filter; there was no option for a double chamber solid top or a separate solid top to satisfy those who like to use the top of their case as an additional storage surface.
The main point of contention for me however is the tool-less arrangement for the 3.5 drives. While this is laudable, the method chosen by Corsair leads to a degree of disc drone ( with 5400rpm WD red or white storage drives). I tried various methods to decrease this noise including adding screws to the holes in each side of the tray – somewhat defeating the tool-less intent of the trays, resorting in the end to reducing the disc spin-down time in power management: I have to say however, when any of the discs spin up again, the drone generated soon grates on the nerves.
Insofar as the four 2.5 caddies are concerned, again this is welcome (in theory), but their placement effectively occludes the rear of the 3.5 drive stack, and leads to a degree of cable compression on these discs when trying to locate the caddies into their fixing points. This was a bit frustrating and I eventually had to use yet another mechanical fixing in the screw fixing point on the lower point of the caddy to secure these firmly in their intended place.
In conclusion, the disc noise transmitted by the chassis has taken the allure for this case from me. I use Corsair exclusively for power supply and memory applications so I had no reservations when departing from my usual case choice for this project – but I have been disappointed in the extreme as a result of this rash departure.
It seems that this case has been built to a price and while it is serviceable, for the most part, it certainly lacks that premium experience afforded by the likes of Be Quiet or Fractal.
In all a bit of the Curate’s egg – good in parts; not really a recommendation if a quiet experience is hoped for after the case has been loaded to design capacity with discs.
I did have hopes for this case but sadly I’ve come to the conclusion that you get what you pay for and this case falls short in what I would consider to be a premium product. A very disappointing offering (for me at least) from Corsair.
Update, May 27.
Sadly I couldn't eliminate the drone made by the HDD's so sent the case back - (being obliged by Amazon to use the dreaded My Hermes, why do they continue to associate themselves with this courier?) - so hopefully it will negotiate their system wihout any drama!
Disappointment in the extreme - in a very First World way of course.