Reviews and Problems with Corsair Obsidian Series 350D
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Great Case, Great Price, Tons of Features
26 January 2015
Summary: This is a great case, as far as looks go, this one really pulls off the simplistic look that I love so much. It has brushed aluminum plates on the front, and is full of small little features like removable hard drive bays, which are tool less by the way. It also has two dedicated bays for SSDs which is great. The cable management is pretty good for a case of this side, but I would still recommend buying a modular power supply.
Summary: Bigger than most Micro ATX cases.Well made and room for everything. Corsair water cooler in the top .Dual 140mm intakes in the front.!20mm exhaust in the back. I recommend the decmiflex filters for this case .They sale a kit made just for it.The case comes with a filter for the front fans but I wanted a positive pressure airflow.
Summary: I was going to go into a long detailed review, but my complaints are the same as every other review you'll find online. The bottom line is that this case is very overpriced, especially when you can find an Arc Mini R2 for roughly the same price but with far superior build quality and features. If you like this case just save yourself some money and get the 200R instead. The styling and feature set is basically the same, but for about $30-$40 less.
Summary: I absolutely love the case, really well made and the wire management is marvelous. I would warn anyone who is purchasing this case though to be wary of the cooling system used. The specs say it will house a 240mm dual fan radiator, unfortunately for me I purchased the corsair hydroseries h105 only to find out that this particular model is a few mm too thick and ends up touching the top of the motherboard.
Summary: Very nice. Build quality is very sturdy from what I can tell, better that what I was expecting. When I pulled it out of the box the front panel came off and so did the the front fan filter. I had a little trouble putting the front fan filter back on but it went back on nonetheless. I have yet to put together a system in it but from what I can tell and from what I've read it will be a breeze.