|Item model number||CC-9011148-WW|
|Item Weight||65 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27.3 x 12.1 x 27.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||27.3 x 12.1 x 27.4 inches|
|Color||Smoked with Aluminum Trim|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||April 29, 2018|
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Corsair Obsidian Series 1000D Super-Tower Case, Smoked Tempered Glass, Aluminum Trim, Integrated Commander PRO fan and lighting controller
|Color||Smoked with Aluminum Trim|
|Material||Tempered Glass, Aluminum|
|Item Weight||65.04 Pounds|
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- THE ULTIMATE SUPER-TOWER PC CASE: Iconic and clean exterior lines, four smoked tempered glass panels and seamlessly integrated RGB lighting make the Obsidian 1000D the best-looking Obsidian Series case yet.
- STREAM AND GAME SIMULTANEOUSLY: The Obsidian 1000D can fit both a complete E-ATX and Mini-ITX system concurrently, so you can stream and game smoothly from one enclosure. Two motherboards, two power supplies, two full PCs in one case.
- MASSIVE COOLING OPTIONS: Up to 18 fan mounts and room for up to four 480mm radiators simultaneously.
- DIMENSIONS: 12.1" W x 27.3" L x 27.4" H
- BUILT-IN SMART LIGHTING AND FAN CONTROL: An integrated CORSAIR Commander PRO fan and lighting controller grants superior control over almost every aspect of your system via CORSAIR iCUE software.
- TRIPLE-CHAMBER DESIGN: Keeping a 1000D PC build tidy is effortless with the included French-door-style rear storage compartment, E-ATX motherboard and dual-purpose Mini-ITX motherboard tray and PSU cover.
- FUTURE-PROOF FRONT PANEL: An RGB LED lit front panel includes two USB 3.1 Gen-2 Type-C ports alongside four USB 3.0 ports, for future-proof and backward compatible connectivity.
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The CORSAIR Obsidian Series 1000D is the ultimate super-tower PC case, able to house the most incredible PCs within its iconic tempered glass design. Hinged tempered glass and aluminum doors make accessing your system a breeze, while a dual-system layout lets you install two full PCs into a single case. An integrated CORSAIR COMMANDER PRO lighting and fan controller makes your case smart, able to control and monitor your system using CORSAIR LINK software. Telescoping fan and radiator trays, up to 13 fan mounts and a triple-chamber design equip the 1000D for the most ambitious of cooling setups, able to mount four radiators simultaneously. When you want to create the most epic build, only the 1000D is up to the challenge. Case Expansion Slots - 8
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5 stars for construction! This thing is a beast. Corners are all well made, no sharp edges. Everything lines up. Have to say, as cases go this is hands down the best case i have ever owned.
2 stars on value.
o) When you look at the picture, it gives the impression your getting a case with fans. And for $500, honestly i expected a few. Nope. Notta.
o) There is a single fan hub (6 connections) with the case to control 13 fans, there should have been 2 of these.
o) There is a reset switch on the front and read... with two different cables. Course the mother board only has one connector.... hummm...
o) dual motherboard support... Yep this case can support 2 power supplies and 2 mother boards. Cool. But you have to dig on the web to figure that out!
0 star for documentation. I would have given it a 1, but you have to actually HAVE documentation. managed to find a PDF on Corsairs website, but it was far far far form adequate to explain all the connections for the hubs
0 stars for lack of H150i support even though its listed as supported. To use it you need to by SKU CC-8900177 which cost $5. Seriously for a 500$ case Corsair should have tossed it in the box. Geezz. Oh, by the way its on back order from Corsair so forget finding it.
Anyways, the glass on the case is like a smoked black color and is beautiful. The glass panels on the left and right side are like doors that swing open and are held in place by magnets. There are hinges on the back side of the case for the doors and are held in place by a single screw, so the sides can be removed. These doors are easily the best feature of the case.
I am making good use of the included Commander Pro, fan hub, and the three LL-120 fans. I have a total of six fans running (4 LL-120's (three were included) and two LL-140's) all connected to the Commander Pro and fan hub so no issues there. Overall the airflow is amazing! There are also fan filters that are held in place on the bottom, front, and top of the case.
There is the ability to vertically mount your GPU to the case if you purchase a PCI Express extension cable. If you are running an air-cooled card I would recommend not doing this as there is not much room between the case and the video card in a vertical setup and you starve the fans of air. My graphics card easily saw an increase in temps of over 40 degrees C in the vertical setup.
Cable management is decent in this case, but my only gripe is that there is a removable channel to hide your cables in and it can be a real PITA to route all of your fan/power supply cables in it. This took lots of patience and zip ties to make all the cables fit in the channel. It was worth it in the end to do it though as it adds to the aesthetics to the case.
The fan hub and the commander pro can be positioned anywhere on the case, but tape is used to secure these items to the case. Magnets would have been a better choice in my opinion. Finding a spot for these items can be a challenge as well. I removed one of the hard drive mounts to adhere these items to the case.
Lastly, whoever decided to pack my case up decided that it would be a great idea to adhere the corsair commander to the inside of one of the glass doors before they shipped it. It was not fun trying to pull the commander off of the door. The tape was very well adhered to the glass panel and I thought I was going to break the door! Anyways, I also had to use Goo Gone to remove the residue from the glass so I was slightly annoyed. Fortunately, I was able to use the same tape to re-adhere the commander pro to the case, so the quality of the adhesive is really good.
I'm not taking a star off for this though. So between the value of the case, the good looks, air flow, doors that swing open and overall build quality it is not hard to say that this is easily the best case that I have owned thus far.
Last thing to note is that there are only two usb ports and one usb c port on the front of the case and there is no way to mount an internal DVD/Blue Ray drive with this case, so keep that in mind.
I decided to add more rads. This case allowed me to add two more 'slim' 480mm rads (30mm), but i could have gotten away with 45mm. Setup # 2: 2x 480 (60mm thick) rads with a d5 pump for CPU (front) and two 480mm (30mm thick) rads on top for VGA. Stress tests again fared better. CPU dropped about 4c and VGA dropped about 5c. Not as substantial as I was hoping for for the SLI cards.
Back to the drawing board (final round): decided to connect all 4 rads and 2 pumps in a serial configuration. CPU dropped an additional 4c and the VGA dropped an additional 10c. This pretty much summed up what I felt was a hindrance in this, or any tower, if you rely solely on top mounted rads- the ambient/heated air has an effect on cooling.
I say all this to help the next person who wants to spec out a watercool build. My recommendation if yo have a multi-rad setup, is use both front intakes first, and use the top rack as a last resort.
Still a 4 star case, though the Corsair Commander Pro loses a star. These things are finicky when you use PWM splitters or extenders. Use the wrong one, and the iCUE wont control them properly (I even used the INCLUDED Corsair extender and it would not control the fan speed on a Corsair mag-lev fan). Also be careful how many fans you use in total with one Commander unit. I got 12 no problem but 16 caused a malfunction, and it burned out two of the fan ports.
I've been building PCs for about 20 years. Mostly as a hobby, and sometimes for family and friends. I have tried many style cases from the minis to this behemoth.
- Beautiful and quality construction.
- Plenty of room (see cons)
- iCUE from Corsair is a GREAT addition and a welcome add-on in this build to control fans speed (even non-pwm fans) and RGB lighting of Corsair products, like RGB RAM)
- Customizable radiator trays (see cons)
- Custom LED USB 3 ports on the front
- The slide-out tempered glass doors are gorgeous
- The rear french doors make cabling a very simple task
- The SSD and HDD mounts are out of the way and in ideal locations.
- I needed a case that could support 2 480mm radiators. The box really shouldn't have to be this big to accommodate such a minor request (this case is VERY tall).
- Custom rad trays are awesome, but a single 480mm top-tray was out of stock from Corsair so I had to get another double 480mm tray which I wasn't happy about; I also feel that instead of including a 420mm triple 140mm tray on top they should have opted for the single-stack quadruple 120mm tray
- Getting a 480mm rad on top and bottom did not allow enough room with my rads (GTX 480 nemesis) if I wanted them on the same side of their respective trays. I ended up using a front slot for one and a rear slot for the other.
- The reservoir mount: Im not sure which brand pump/reservoir Corsair was aiming at, but I have two EKWB D5 pump/reservoir combo units, and I could not mount both units natively with EK's mount kit because there were not enough holes positioned in the back plate of the case in this area. I luckily bought the EK mounting rings just in case and ended up using them.
- This box is HEAVY !
- Did not include ANY case fans--at this price a couple of exhaust fans would seem fair
I know that several of the listed cons are "my" cons based on my build, so take them with a grain of salt. I included photos of the finished product, and I was extremely happy with the looks of my build. This was my first watercool build using rigid tubing and having a wide open area in the case made measuring and placing the tubes a breeze.
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Looks fantastic, I added an extra fan and some light strips and it all looks great with the smoked tempered glass. The glass makes it a very sleek looking case and I love the lighting effects that are manageable via the iCue software. If you're a fan of RGB this case will not disappoint.
Plenty of space in the main chamber, I would like to fit a custom water cooling loop at some point and after watching plenty of videos this seemed like the best choice for me, especially as I'm interested in Corsair's Hydro X and keeping all the lights in the case in sync via one piece of software was the preference.
It comes included with the Commander Pro and 3 LL120 fans, when you price those on their own they come to about £130.
Very well made case, the quality of materials and build is immediately apparent.
Could have done better:
I'd have loved to have seen them make this case a few centre meters wider as the rear cavity for cable management is a bit on the shallow side, especially with all the drive bays being on the rear. I swapped from a HAFX-M which was only slightly wider than this but had so much more room to work with for keeping cables tidy and closing the opposite panel.
The metal cover to go over the cables could have been a bit wider, also it only has one cut out for cables on the left hand side, would have preferred to see 2-3 giving more options.
The tape the Commander Pro is held onto the case with is insane and an absolute pain to get off. Decided I was going to drop to one HDD and keep all 3 SSDs from my build and the Commander Pro was stuck to one of the 2.5inch drive bays (at least it wasn't the door like some users have reported), and took me ages to remove. Had to resort to a knife and a hairdryer to get it off in the end. They do provide more double sided tape but I already had some strong velcro tape so opted to use that for easier removal in the future.
Tip one - Don't use right angles SATA cables. After I finally got the cable management to the point where I could shut the door, I managed to break the SATA plug connected to my HDD. Removed and used a straight one and had no issues.
Tip two: Get a modular PSU. I had a non modular and put the unused cables in the cavity in front of the PSU but that did not give me the space to get the other cables where I needed them so bought a HX580i.
I had one small issue. I bought a H150i to go with this case. I installed the radiator at the front of the case, making use of the 3 LL120 RGB fans included with the case. It was fairly straight forward, however when the time came to route the wires on the other side of the case, the large bracket that is used to hide the majority of the wires no longer fit due to the excessive space the wires took up to hook everything up. While this isnt a huge concern, mainly because you can barely see through the glass anyway, it was a little disheartening to not have everything assembled properly. I wouldnt put this down to the case though, I definitely could have routed them a different way or took more care when saving space, but as it stands everything works and is stable so thats how its staying.
TL;DR - It's good, you should definitely buy it if you can afford it and want a premium case.
UPDATE: I've had this for a while now and I must say it is getting better by the day. It's a very high quality case (all edges extremely smooth). The side opening doors make it a dream to work with ... easily accessible components that you can upgrade quickly. Having spent a little while getting the cable management right I find that everything is almost plug and play. Add to that things like magnetically connected dust filters. I highly recommend this case as a quality piece of engineering.
It's a nice case to look at but you can't help but feel it was built on a tight budget. Cable routing is awkward unless you've got the world's skinniest cables on your PSU so if you're doing anything more than a minimalist build then it's going to get tight and you'll spend your time hoping the magnets on that side hold the door close. If you're using the 3.5" HDD brackets for anything you can forget about the cable management cover, it's simply not deep enough to cover SATA cables, power cables, the front IO cables, and motherboard power cables without having to really force it on and then discovering it's disconnected your SATA cables in the process. The PSU fitting is tight, this is one case that could have down with a detachable back bracket to slide the mounted PSU in from the rear. Sadly you've got to put it in from the side and angle it between the bottom lip of the case and the top of the PSU shroud.
Once it's assembled the other major issue is dust. Sure it's got filters but where the sides are designed to swing over there's lovely 4mm or so gap along to top, bottom and back edges. A rubber seal would have been wonderful here, as would something to stop those impressive doors swinging open at the slightest knock.
In all if you're buying this case you're probably buying it for its looks but overall it's a very average build. I found myself wondering why Corsair couldn't have just made the space behind the motherboard and the cable routing cover just 1cm deeper and allowed you to install the PSU from the back.
If you want this case as something to do a minimalist build in to show off fancy watercooling loops it's great. But as a case for someone who might want to upgrade things or changes drives after the initial build it's just slightly too awkward.