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Corsair Goes MATX with the Obsidian 350D

Category: Cases
Posted: April 16, 2013 07:28AM
Author: edwardquilo


Corsair continues its penetration of the chassis market with its latest enclosure, the micro-ATX based Obsidian 350D. The Obsidian mini has not yet been officially announced, although it has been speculated to measure 450 x 210 x 440 mm, with a brushed aluminum front panel. A 140mm fan can fit in the front, with enough room for two 240mm radiators (top and front), along with the ability to install up to five fans in total. It has also been reported that its hard drive cage has modular support for 2.5 SSDs, although this won't obstruct long graphics cards. A SLI / Cross Fire setup can be readily configured, with the front fan providing direct airflow to cool the cards. The Obsidian 350D also features a maximum CPU cooler height support of 160mm, and PSUs of up to 180mm in length. The Corsair Obsidian 350D is expected to be available by May 2013.

Source: TechPowerUp




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BillyBuerger on April 16, 2013 11:55AM
Now that's a nice looking case. I could do without the window and top vents though. At least it looks like the top vents are recessed meaning they might make a cover for them. Or one could be easily made.

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