Reviews and Problems with Corsair Obsidian Series 350D
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One of the best micro-ATX case on the market. Few caveats, but overall very good.
Shadow Reader, Amazon
29 August 2014
Summary: This is my second Corsair case. It's probably best-in-class for the microATX form factor. Packaging was adequate and my unit arrived quickly with no defects (thanks Amazon!) I've heard horror stories that some customers found their case with scratches covered up by black magic markers / Sharpie ink - perhaps from Corsair refurbishing units??.
Summary: Pros: Seems to be built well, although the top is a bit flimsy. Naturally the H100 and H110 both fit (in the top, and not at the same time). Well thought out cable management. Cons: HDD light on front of case is annoying so I unhooked it. The front USB ports are very tight, they have pulled apart two different flash drives while trying to remover them. The front panel that houses the fan arrived slightly warped so that it bows outward.
Summary: My only gripe is that I was expecting it to be a little smaller(my own fault for not looking closely at the dimensions) Size was it's about as tall as a standard atx case(I may try and remove the rubber feet, as they are tall. But overall the case is very very sturdy! lots of nice features, great airflow, SLI capable(no wonder it's so large?), Accepts large 240mm Radiators up top!, Easily cleanable fan filters.
Summary: For a micro-ATX case this little guy has many extras that you would see on bigger cases. the wire management is very well thought out, as well as the cooling options. I used this in a build for my sister, but am planning another build for myself using this case.
Summary: This case is simple and beautiful. No frills but everything is well laid out and easy to access. Cable routing was a breeze and clean to boot. The cleanable filters are a nice touch and space for lots of fans. The one thing I DON'T like about it is that the front aesthetics are ruined if you put an optical drive in the system.
Summary: Hello, This case is just wonderfully. Installing took no time at all and the cable management is perfect. Pro: -Cable Management -Easy Case to Case transfer -Solid Material -Enough space to for high end GPU Con: -A Bit bigger than I thought but not a issue.
Summary: I have this case now over a week. Nice and small with everything you could ever need. The only thing now is I wish I knew about Mini Atx earlier. My build is solid compact and fast. Before this case I had the same mentality bigger is better. Now that I have a more of a compact case I feel more relaxed about moving from place to place. My build i7 4770k, GA-Z77M-D3H-MVP (rev.
Summary: The Obsidian 350D is a good looking case, it comes with a 140mm fan in the front, and a 120mm in the rear. I had alot of room to install all my components, and the build went smooth. I deducted a star off my review because the USB 3.0 Ports on the front of the case do not work. But I am working on contacting Corsair to get a replacement sent. Other than that the case is very good looking, and has plenty of room for cable management.
Great case design and features, easy to make a clean build, great air flow is possible (w/ more fans)
K. Black, Amazon
22 January 2014
Summary: Pros: Nice open interior design, great cable routing options, solid construction. Really easy to build, with space behind the mobo for cable routing. Reasonable default set of 3 x 2.5" (modular) + 2 x 3.5" (removable) + 2 x 5.25" bays, all toolless. Excellent affordances for graphics cards and larger power supplies, water cooling (may cost a 5.25" bay). Front and bottom dust filters. Nice clean exterior lines.