Corsair Obsidian Series 650D Mid-Tower Computer Case

Obsidian is a naturally occurring volcanic glass and it is produced when the felsic lava from a volcano cools rapidly. So something so hot can be really cool looking, can we say that about the Obsidian 650D from Corsair? You should be able to make that judgement call after this review.

Sponsor: Corsair

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First Look – Packaging and Information

A plain old box is what the 650D case comes in…NOT! Even though it may look that way you do get all kinds of information from the shipping container. I think it might be one of the more informative boxes about computer case I might seen. You do not have to have flashy colors and wild graphics to sell a computer case, sure you first time DIY computer builders get sucked in to the flash and awe, but when you are really serious about your next case you want to know or see all the little details. 

An exploded view of the case is given on the backside of the box with detail about every item shown. I know you can not read the information from the box in the image so I have taken the liberty to post some of it below. 

 

  • Dual 200mm fans provide outstanding cooling for even the hottest components
  • Easily accessible dust filters make maintenance simple and hassle-free
  • Quick-release side panels make it easier than ever to upgrade your hardware
  • Integrated fan controller lets you quickly adjust cooling performance and noise levels
  • Four tool-free optical drive bays and up to six SSD-ready hard drive trays provide plenty of expansion
  • CPU back plate cutout makes it easy to upgrade your CPU cooler
  • Brilliant cable routing system provides a way to keep your system neat and tidy
  • Adjustable drive cages can be removed and relocated to accommodate large video cards
  • Room for long power supplies gives you peace of mind for future upgrades

 

 Warranty     Two years 
 Dimension     21.5” (L) x 9” (W) x 20.5” (H) 546mm (L) x 229mm (W) x 521mm (H) 
 MB Support     ATX, mATX 
 Expansion     Slots 8 
 Form  Factor       Mid-tower 
 Material     Steel structure with black brushed aluminum faceplate 
 Drive Bays     (x4) 5.25” (x6) 3.5”/2.5” Drive Caddies 
 Cooling     (x2) 200mm Fans (x1) 120mm Fans 
 Front     I/O (x4) USB 2.0 (x1) USB 3.0 (x1) IEEE 1394 (x1) Headphone, (x1) Mic 4-channel Fan Controller 
 PowerSupply    ATX (not included)  



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