Reviews and Problems with Corsair Obsidian Series 350D
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Buy the NZXT S340.
William P., Newegg
26 October 2014
Summary: I thought Corsair was known for quality control and good customer service, but customer service sent me a new I/O (which fixed nothing) and told me tough luck with the motherboard. Ouch. Please, just buy the NZXT s340. I built a PC for my friend with it and it was flawless.
Pros: Looks great, features are up to date. Seemed like a great buy for $70.
Cons: Nothing innovative, large for a mATX case (larger than mid-Tower NZXT s340 which i strongly recommend over this case) Everything pretty much broke. First it arrived with a large nick in the front bezel, aluminium shows through. Second, the 120mm fan ticks. Things that broke during normal use- whe...
Summary: Poor quality, Case came with scratches inside , Scratches on front bezel as well. The front panel scratches were covered up with black Sharpie from the factory so I ordered a replacement, The replacement had this problem as well Contacted CorsairGeorge @ overclock.net and he informed me that he will...
Pros: Cheap, Good Cable Management
Cons: Matx, Nice window, Great Cabling management.
Cons: for $100 You would expect a obsidian case to be one of the best! but going from my amazing 250d to this..I was extremely disappointed in the flimsy doors and lack of fan filters! what the heck the 250D was so solid and i trusted this would be the same! very displeased by this case and probably wi...
Summary: I bought this case with high hopes but was disappointed right from the start. It was very hard to get everything built and when I popped the front off a small magnet (that holds the door closed) fell off as it was simply hot glued to the case (very cheap).
Pros: cool colors, nice size, looks great
Cons: VERY hard to work with, front panel is poorly constructed, cable management is non-existent, airflow is bad if you add a graphics card
Summary: My father who has been in the IT business since the early 80's decided to build himself a new rig. He decided on this case due to reviews and my input which was based on personal experience with Corsair products.
Pros: *Looks good
Cons: *Poor build quality (similar to a Rosewill Challenger) *Very thin sheet metal (again, Rosewill Challenger) *Front bezel was broken out of box *Missing SSD cage *Motherboard tray flexes with very little pressure *Heavy dust and metal particles found in case
Summary: I know the title sounds crazy, but I re-installed a working system into this case twice and it would not boot up. Tried two different power supplies and rewired everything. I ended up moving my computer parts back into my old case and it booted right up.
Micro? What's exactly "micro" about this HUGE case?
9 August 2013
Summary: Totally misleading definition by Corsiar, it seems outside like a true Midi case and takes lots of space on your desk. The description here doesn't give you dimensions so I will: 45cm * 21.1cm * 44cm For you to understand how redicilously BIG, TITANIC it is, see the dimesnsions of my SilverStone...
Avoid terrible build quality for an obsidian case.
7 January 2014
Summary: *Please Note I requested a replacement but it had the exact same issues.* 1.Side panel arrived heavily scratched on case and replacement. 2.My Blue Ray drive does not fit in the case even though the product states is supports 5.25 inch drives.