Corsair Obsidian 350D

Corsair Obsidian 350D


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About this Product

Warranty Two years
Dimension 17.7" x 8.3" x 17.3"
MB Support Micro ATX, Mini ITX
Expansion Slots 5
Form Factor Mid-tower
Material Brushed Aluminum and Steel
Drive Bays Two 2.5”, two 3.5”, and two 5.25” tool free drive bays.
Cooling Front 140mm and rear 120mm cooling fans. Room for up to five fans total. Front I/O Dual USB 3.0 ports
Power Supply ATX (not included)

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Corsair Obsidian 350D Reviews Rating: 94 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

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Benchmark Reviews 9.45/10 Jul 07 '13
Cowcotland  --- Apr 24 '13  --- Apr 25 '13
Hardware.Info  --- Sep 23 '13
HardwareCanucks  --- Jul 18 '13
KitGuru 9/10 Jun 07 '13
LanOC  --- Sep 30 '13
ocaholic 4.5/5 Sep 02 '13
Overclockers Club  --- Jun 23 '13
Technic3D  --- Jul 06 '13
ThinkComputers 10/10 Aug 15 '13
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Benchmark Reviews on Jul 08 '13

"If asked, “Should I buy the Corsair Obsidian 350D?” my answer would be an emphatic “YES!”. Corsairs first M-ATX case is near perfect, it provides a beautiful exterior, an easy to work with interior..."

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"It’s an interesting option and a while it is a little on the small side, not everyone needs a 900D or full tower, this is tough, small, stylish and effective and for me that’s more than enough...."

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Hardware.Info on Sep 23 '13

"On the other hand, the Obsidian 350D is innovative in its own way. With the 350D, Corsair seems to say that full ATX isn't necessary, as most people tend to have no more than two hard disks or..."

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HardwareCanucks on Jul 18 '13

"What makes the 350D unique is the support for dual 240mm/280mm radiators for either the top or the front areas, provided the drive cage is removed. This opens up potential to watercool an entire..."

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KitGuru on Jun 07 '13

"Corsair’s first venture into the micro-ATX market has been a successful one; the Obsidian 350D is an excellent chassis that is a ‘must have’ for micro-ATX enthusiasts."

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