Summary: at the price and the size of the case this was the only case on the market today they can fit all of the water cooled radiators hard drives wiring and water tubing out there this is a beautiful well designed case
Awesome case with plenty of room for a fully decked out waterbuild.
A. Northrup, Amazon
6 November 2013
Summary: This is in comparison to my old 800D case. The 900D has an awesome amount of space to fit pretty much everything you need for a powerful water cooled rig. Has two 480 Aquacomputer Radiators (one in top - you lose a front drive bay, and bottom left - losing the bottom drive bays.) You end up with three front facing bays, 3 internal hot swap bays, and 3 internal regular bays) with no modifications to the case needed) along with a 880ml aqualis reservoir with pump base and...
Summary: There's too much to say, so I'll try to stick to main points. It's huge, is an understatement lol, The window is perfect nice and big and an unobstructed view by any fans. Hot swap works great,nice to just toss a drive in, without having to open up the back for cabling.Great dust filters. And the i/o shield on the Asus Hero mobo matches the case color perfectly lol.
Pros: Every inch of the case. It's absolutely awesome.
Summary: Amazing case, huge amount of space, best available for watercooling. Only con is the slightly flimsy aluminum construction, but careful handling will make it a non issue, and I would not want it any heavier.
Summary: I was waiting for the 750D to come out, but I wanted a case that would last a long time with room for expansion, and I didn't really care for the thumb screws on the 750D doors. So I pulled the trigger for this big boy. WOW. It is huge! Which is OK with me. Room to put the case is not an issue. Room inside of it ,will never be an issue either. One of my concerns was that this case is touted as a water-cooling case. Not much mention of Air Cooling.
Summary: The case is enormous from its measurements. The Quality of this case is very good, although a lot of people don't like the magnetic holders of the dust filters, but to be honest they aren't that flimsy. I checked the case out in every possible way to see what it's made off and my personal opinion of it is, are there cases out there that are better than the Obsidian 900d? Yes, if you are willing to spent 700 or more dollars.
Summary: I got the case from one of the first shipments Amazon had. it suffered from the broken window that many have had issues with. Corsair over-nighted me one from china and now everything is perfect. Words cant describe the size of this case. its the largest case i've seen in person. way bigger than the Cosmos II. Its a dream to work in due to the space,downside is you may have to walk around the case to work on the other side because you may not be able to reach it!
Summary: I have to admit I am a recent case junkie. In the last two years, I have bought a big Lian Li and Silverstone case. This case had the most room of all. First, it has a lot of room behind the motherboard to hide all the wires. The install looks very neat. Second, the HDD cages make it very easy to install SSD's and 3.5" disks - I have 9 in total. Third, the fan install options are numerous - I am using the H110 cooler. But, it is big!