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Corsair Obsidian 900D Godzilla
Insane liquid cooling potential.
Up to 15 storage bays.
Solid cast aluminium frame.
Excellent cable management.
Might be the last chassis you'll ever need.
Fragile cable latches.
No integrated fan controller.
Little in the way of soundproofing.
By eTeknix on December 06, 2013
The Corsair 900D is a chassis that needs very little introduction, it is one of the great lords of the chassis world and has been ever since it was first created. It is huge, it is expensive and it packs more features than most anything else on the...-
By itreviews.com on September 01, 2013
If you genuinely need a case this high-end, the well-built, stylish Corsair Obsidian Series 900D is worth...60
By Maximum PC on August 07, 2013
There's much to like about the Corsair 900D , given that this cast-aluminum-and-steel chassis weighs as much as a tank and casts an authoritative presence underneath one's desk—if you can even fit the full-tower case under there.The sequel...80
By TweakTown on July 15, 2013
There really is no stone unturned in the design of the Corsair Obsidian 900D chassis. From the moment I removed the plastic and foam and found all the edges taped, the window protected inside and out, and tape holding the front panels on so not to...97
By Pureoverclock on July 05, 2013
If you're looking for a very large case that can hold almost anything you can throw at it, (both hardware and cooling), without needing to be modded, then the 900D is the prefect call. Discuss in the...90
By Tom's Hardware on April 22, 2013
It's not easy to write a record-breaking summary for the review of a record-breaking case without succumbing to the questionable practice of piling superlatives onto each other. The fact is, our few concerns about this case were promptly addressed...-
By StorageReview on April 20, 2013
Corsair's Obsidian Series 900D Super Tower is a high-end case that can be configured to tackle just about any application. Corsair designed it to be used for a variety of cases such as building a high-end workstation capable of the most intense...-
By Legit Reviews on April 16, 2013
The Corsair Obsidian 900D is certainly a beast of a case. If you're looking to install insane amounts of water cooling, massive motherboards, graphics cards, and to simply have the room to expand your system as needed without the concern if it will...-
By AnandTech on April 16, 2013
I feel like if I were a liquid cooling enthusiast, the Corsair Obsidian 900D would be pretty close to the holy grail. I'm not sure I'd fork over the cash for it, but in its weird way I don't think the price is actually even part of the discussion. If you do pony up for it and you know what you're planning to do with it, I think you'll be happy with the 900D.-
By Bit-tech.net on April 16, 2013
Cases like the Obsidian 900D come along only a few times every decade. It’s not going to revolutionise the case industry and it certainly won’t sell nearly as well as Corsair’s mid-range cases such as the . But to dismiss the Obsidian...80