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Corsair Obsidian 750D
Great water cooling possibilities.
Three 140 mm AF140L fans included.
Lots of space behind motherboard tray.
Excellent cable-routing and hiding possibilities.
Excellent 2.5" brackets on the backside of motherboard tray.
Tool free 2.5" bays that do not interfere with wiring for the 3.5" drive cages.
Holds any size power supply.
Unobstructed front intakes.
Solid build quality.
Bumps instead of proper spacers for motherboard.
No external 3.5" drive.
Harddrive cages cannot be hung off the optical drive cage.
Using a long radiator will block a 5.25" bay.
A filled 5.25" bay disturbs the looks of the front.
No screws for power supplies.
Not enough accessory standoffs for MATX boards.
Lacks quick release side panels.
Unfiltered bottom fan mounts.
By techPowerUp! on December 17, 2013
I would like to thank Corsair for supplying the review sample. We are taking a look the the Corsair Obsidian 750D today, a compact full-tower chassis aimed at the high-performance user. Here is what Corsair has to say about their own chassis: The...96
By uk.hardware.info on December 01, 2013
If it wasn't obvious yet, we really like the Corsair Obsidian 750D. There aren't many chassis with this much interior space (including for E-ATX and XL-ATX motherboards) that can boast this level of cooling. They're typically also louder. In...-
By PC Authority on November 11, 2013
Corsair's Obsidian range is for very serious system builders, but you do end up getting a case that is packed with features and will last you for years. That it also bears a passing resemblance to certain black monoliths that may or may not have...100
By Legit Reviews on October 16, 2013
Taking design queues from its smaller and larger siblings, the 750D fills the gap and presents itself as a full tower chassis. What I always liked about full tower cases is the amount of room that you receive with them. The Obsidian 750D absolutely did...-
By HotHardware on October 11, 2013
Our testbed hardware for the Corsair Obsidian 750D was a Core i7-2600K on an Intel DP67BG2 motherboard with 8GB of RAM and an AMD Radeon HD 6870. Systems were benchmarked by waiting 15 minutes after boot to record idle temps and after 30 minutes of...-
By PCPer on October 11, 2013
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...-
By TweakTown on October 04, 2013
Let me start my closing arguments with the dislikes and get them out of the way. First of all, seriously, how do you forget about the need for screws to mount a power supply? In a $40 case I might let that slide, but for this amount of money, I...89
By MadShrimps on October 03, 2013
The Corsair OBSIDIAN 750D is another welcome addition to the ever growing enclosure lineup of the Fremont giant. That high end doesn't always needs to carry an exuberant price tag is one of the strong points of this 750D. Being a full tower there is...-
By HardOCP on September 26, 2013
Today we are reviewing Corsair's Obsidian Series 750D full tower PC case .Corsair is famous for its memory products, but as you likely know, the company has branched out in recent years with its cooling line , world class power supplies , SSDs ,...-
By Kitguru.net on September 24, 2013
Corsair can pat themselves on the back with another worthy addition to its strong Obsidian...90