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Corsair Obsidian 550D Reviews
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|techPowerUp!||9.1/10||May 18 '12|
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"It offers a good level of thermal performance out of the box, great build quality and exceptionally low noise levels."
"The Obsidian 550D has all the family traits, but is also carefully engineered for noise reduction and sound isolation"
"It is truly a great case no matter what your needs. The 550D is great case for you, for a family member, or even a build for a friend. It is subtle, so don’t let this one go past a good look of your own. The design is simple, classy, and above all, it's extremely quiet. Major props to this case from me…another gold-worthy member in my family of reviews."
"From features to performance to noise to price, the 550D has it all and is certainly worthy of the Obsidian name along with an Editor's Choice award."
"With a solid Aluminum front door that can be opened either way with ease, the same potent interior as the Carbide 500R and great construction quality, the 550R rightfully carries the Obsidian name. Corsair has also managed to offer the best of both worlds: the possibility to go for utmost sound encapsulation by covering all air front, side and top air vents, or the ability to compromise and leave any of these areas open to keep high-end components cool. This is something other offerings do not manage nearly as well. That said, if you can get yourself to budget 150 USD for a case and want the best of both worlds - you can wholeheartedly grab the Corsair Obsidian 550D."