Excerpt: This is a very nice looking case, and even overclockers can find a lot of utility in this sleek design. Its fun yet professional, and thats a tough balance to find these days outside of Corsair. Just a couple of complaints about this case. 1.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Nice looking, Reliable
Cons: Bulky/Heavy, No Removable Tray, Power Button Sucks, Weaker Cooling Vs Others
Summary: I'd like to give this case five stars because there really isn't anything inherently wrong with the case. The only issue I've had is that the power button simply doesn't work. After doing a bit of googling it seems this problem isn't anywhere near isolated to me.
It's great and better than a lot of options at the same price.
Finn W., Amazon
5 April 2015
Summary: This case is amazing. While it wowed me enough for me to give it 5 stars, it's not perfect and could be improved. Lets start with the front cover. It simply clicks onto the front of the case and is really easy to remove.
Summary: I like the overall minimalist style and the front panel mounted USB and audio jacks. The gimmick style top mounting USB and other "front panel" ports of other premium cases can be inconvenient and susceptible to dirt accumulations. Front panel latch broke one week out.
Summary: Last Hackintosh I build with a Corsair product. The Obsidian Series® 750D Full Tower ATX Case is a horrible case. Clear door panel had damage. Doubt it was from shipping as the box was in very good shape.
Excerpt: 1 b and h are amazing with customer care and service...2 this tower is huge...fits anything you can get and can add water cooling to it.....sleek design and mega 3 fans and it keeps my system cold...sooooo cold my hands freeze...cause i keep it on the table next to me..