Corsair Obsidian 750D Full-Tower ATX Case Review
Final Thoughts and Conclusions
The Obsidian Series 750D is the third new Obsidian case to be introduced by Corsair in 2013. It shares many of the same design elements present on Corsair’s popular Obsidian 350D micro-ATX chassis and the 900D Super-Tower. The new 750D offers more room, better cooling, and more drive location options than Corsair’s popular 650D enclosure, at a lower price.
The Obsidian 750D case can easily accommodate oversized motherboards and extended VGA adapters and offers six internal 3.5” HDD/SSD mounting trays, four internal 2.5” SSD trays, and three external 5.25” bays but does not have any built in 3.5”/2.5” HDD hot-swap options.
Case cooling is very good right out of the box thanks to the three included 140mm fans configured to provide positive case air pressure. Three easily removable air filters help keep the dust out. And if you want to go with liquid cooling the 750D can accommodate just about anything you might plan to use; with four different radiator mounting locations supporting single, dual or triple fan combinations.
Overall the build quality is very good, the case is easy to work with, and it provides very good cooling in the base configuration with the three included 140mm fans. If you are looking for a high-end case with great looks and a little more room than a typical mid-tower enclosure has to offer, then the new Obsidian 750D might just be what you are looking for.
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The MSRP for the Corsair Obsidian Series 750D Full-Tower ATX case is $159.99 USD but you can find it online for less ($149.99 USD, Newegg.com, October 2013).
(Check out Ryan’s video review of the 750D)
• Full-tower PC case for extra room with clean, elegant styling
• Very good case cooling options with support for liquid cooling
• Two 140mm intake fans and one 140mm exhaust fan included
• Eight different case fan mounting locations
• Three dust filters: easy to remove and washable
• Support for multiple location and different size liquid cooling radiators
• Very flexible drive mounting options
• Tool-free ODD, 3.5” HDD, and 2.5” SSD tray mounts
• Three 5.25" external drive bays
• Six 3.5” internal HDD and four 2.5” SSD bays
• Oversized CPU back plate cutout for easy CPU cooler installation
• Allows installing extended VGA adapters (up to 460mm long)
• Good cable routing cutouts and extra room for neat wiring
• Two front panel USB 3.0 ports and I/O panel
• No external hot-swap 3.5” HDD bays
• We miss the sturdy side panels and latches on the Obsidian 650D
Corsair Obsidian Series 750D Full-Tower ATX Case
I would like to thank our friends at Corsair for sending us the 750D case to review – thank you!
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