Summary: I want to give this case a 5 but they failed in some finer details. The doors on the case's face do not properly align. The biggest problem I have is that the interfaces at the rear of the drive swap bays do not have enough clearance. I have ruined more that a couple of cables trying to put the back cover that goes over the drive bay. Remembering how annoying the drive cover issue is I was moved to reducing my rating from a 4 to a 3.
Summary: I have the same computer for 15 years now. All parts keep changing and nothing from the original computer still exists it seems but here I am, officially the same computer. Frankenstein computer I guess. Anyway, this is the best case I've ever owned. I've owned many types of cases including modular and cubes. I have done air and water cooling and this case is a blast because I can do either or. If I want to attach my full-size radiator it is already set up for it.
Summary: I bought this for a few reasons but the main reason was that it didn't have a bunch of lights all over it but still had a window big enough to show everything off in a more elegant way. I love this case but it does have a few problems which is why it isn't five stars that said though first ill mention all of the things i love about it. first is the window not much i can say about it just that it is huge and looks great.
Summary: When was the last time you showed off your PC? I have planned a new PC for a few months and had been looking at cases for it, but was not thrilled to have a case with flashing blue LEDs, garish color or other gimmicks. Then I ran across Corsair's Obsidian 800D. Corsair really put a lot of thought and engineering behind this case. There is not one element of the case that doesn't have a purpose.
Summary: This case is a complete disaster, I've used cheap 50 dollar cases that were better quality than this case. Side panel doesn't fit right, multiple replacement panels which do not fit either. Tool-less drive bay clips snapped right off. Case is overly large and heavy with no good way to grip if you need to move it. Case ventilation is horrible, the included fans are junk.
Summary: I was in the process of building a new PC for myself a few months ago, and frankly, the 900D wasn't out. From what I am reading, it's a good thing I went with the 800D. Now, let me describe a few things. Let me describe a bit about the system, first: System Board: Asus Maximus V Formula CPU: i7-3770K, 3.9GHz CPU Cooling: Corsair H100i Memory: Corsair Dominator Platinum 2133MHz, 16GB (8x2) Video: Asus GTX 660Ti OC Power: Corsair AX860i Disks: Samsung 840Pro SSD, 128GB, WD...
Summary: I just purchased this case as part of a build for a customer and am impressed in every way possible (with an exception... see below). PROS - - The case is HEAVY... because it's almost all metal. It's extremely well-built and very, very sturdy. If feels well-built, if that makes sense. - It came with plenty of fans for air cooling and there's room for quite a few more. - The front bezel is gorgeous.
Summary: I previously had the NXZT Phantom, very small and cheap feeling case. Moving to the Obsidian 800D was a huge step up from my old case, fits everything I have with empty space for many future upgrades.