Today we are looking at the Corsair Obsidian 75D, a compact, full-tower chassis designed for high-performance users. Corsair’s own chassis is described as follows: The Obsidian Series 775D full-tower PC case offers generous expansion Corsair 750D Black Friday Deals 2021 flexibility, advanced cooling options, and an optimized interior for quick and easy upgrades and builds. The sleek, elegant exterior is free of any unnecessary plastic accessories and features the beauty and strength of solid steel and brushed aluminum. The frame is rigid and rugged, with ample space for high-performance components. It also has sophisticated cooling for those who want to push the limits of their components. It also includes a number of system-builder-focused features.
This is because building a system should not be difficult, frustrating, or even boring. They started with the Obsidian 800D, which was a very expensive and well-known case, but have since been able shrink to the Carbide 200R. Their enthusiast high end, the Obsidian 900D has remained relatively unchanged. Today, the Obsidian 750D launched. It takes up the 700D/800D space while bringing down the 900D’s industrial design.
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Corsair’s Obsidian cases now have the “lip” from the Graphite 600T. I like it. Corsair actually made it a smart and useful design cue. There are no visible vents on the Obsidian’s front fascia, but the large plate at its bottom is almost completely ventilated. It is a very elegant design. It is a black aluminum fascia that suits the 750D, and makes it stand out from other “black monolith” enclosures. Corsair also uses large square windows along the sides of its cases. These sharp angles complement the rest of their ID well. Anyone handling ID should be proud. Although the interior of the 750D has a fairly standard design,
it still offers all the Corsair features I have come to expect. The 3.5″ drive cages can be removed (or stacked) and the back of the case is lined with toolless 2.5′ drive cages (one was slightly damaged in shipping). Corsair has experimented with both removing 3.5″ drives (the Carbide Air 540 only supports 2), and using toolless 2.5′ drive mounting methods. However, the fly in the ointment has been the growing popularity of 7mm drives over 9.5mm.
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Corsair Obsidian750D Air cooling is provided by two 140mm intake fans, one 140mm exhaust fan and an additional radiator in the top. A large magnetic “sheet filter”, which is located on top of the case, is also available. Corsair has decided not to include a fan controller for the 750D, instead the 140mm fans have been tuned to what should be a comfortable range. The Obsidian is effectively hitting the mainstream of high-end products. It is quite a competitive market and Corsair should have a strong entry at $159. It’s striking that Corsair appears to be reducing the number of features in its cases, unlike NZXT which is full of useful features. Although the interior is modular, there is no fan control, no LED lighting or acoustic padding. This enclosure seems heavily focused on liquid cooling. Corsair 750D Black Friday Deals 2021 This is a typical Corsair design. The 900D was designed to be a liquid cooled system. The 750D has 1020mm of radiator support.