With a polished aluminum matte black finish, the case supports ATX, Extended ATX and uATX motherboard form factors. It also has the capacity to house as many as five 5.25” drives, six 3.5” drives and seven fans up to 140mm in size. Being an enthusiast-oriented chassis, Corsair made sure to include various features system builders and upgraders will appreciate.
Among them are four hot swap SATA bays and a hole in the motherboard tray just below the CPU - which we’ve come to love on the Cooler Master HAF series. The Obsidian 800D will also feature a cable management system and standard tool-free design. Corsair’s debut chassis will hit stores in early July for about $300.
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