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Excellent build quality.
Sleek and elegant design.
Quiet 140mm fans included.
100% black for great aesthetics.
Best cable management included.
Room for five 5.25" devices and six 3.5"/2.5" devices.
We miss the side window.
Toolless 5.25" drive bays didn't work properly.
By Benchmark Reviews on September 19, 2010
The performance of the CC700D is very good. I can't say it's perfect, but it's far from being just good. The ability to mount triple radiators at the top or add 4 x 120mm extra fans, apart from the 3 x 140mm fans included is just great....91
By HardwareHeaven on July 27, 2010
When Corsair entered the case market with the 800D we felt that it was one of the best that money could buy but the price tag of nearly $300/£230 did limit the number of consumers who could obtain one. The 700D goes some way to improving that...-
By TechRadar on July 15, 2010
There are PC cases, and then there are PC cases. In the 700D, Corsair has created a positively fearsome monolith of storage aimed at PC enthusiasts looking to build their dream systems. It might look unassuming at first glance compared with...90
By Maximum PC on June 23, 2010
Our favorite full-tower case gets a little more affordable If you’ve been paying attention at all to case reviews lately, Corsair’s 700D should look familiar. That’s because it’s a slightly stripped-down version of the 800D,...90
By HotHardware on June 14, 2010
The Corsair 700D and 800D are top-end products; Corsair's design team hit virtually every target one could set for a full-tower ATX enclosure. The 800D is designed for the enthusiast that wants a top-end case with all the bells and whistles and...-
By Hardware Canucks on May 18, 2010
With Corsair’s 800D being such a great success, it was only natural that a follow-up product was quickly approaching. The aptly-named 700D isn’t much of a departure from the original but it does come with a lower price while eliminating...-
By HEXUS.net on May 14, 2010
Corsair's Obsidian 700D full-tower chassis is a slightly trimmed-down version of the 800D that was launched in mid-2009. Sharing the same construction and differentiated by the newer model being specified without hot-swap drive-bays and a windowed...90
By Legit Reviews on May 07, 2010
Corsair has done what it set out to do with the 700D for the Obsidian Series; they created a more appealing, affordable enthusiast case for water or air....-
By PCPer on April 08, 2010
Last year a new case vendor hit the scene with a familiar name: Corsair. Famous for their memory solutions and even SSDs, the company released the Obsidian Series 800D to some pretty ecstatic press and customers. When I reviewed the case...-
By PC-Max on October 02, 2010
Corsair bietet mit dem Obsidian 700D eine etwas günstigere Version des 800D an. Für dieses Ersparnis muss man jedoch auf einige wenige Features verzichten. Viele gute Ideen, die man schon beim Vorgänger vorgefunden hatte, wurden jedoch...-