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Corsair CC-9011028-WW Obsidian Series 350D Solid Micro-ATX Performance Case for Computer - Black

by Corsair

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350D Non-Windowed
  • Keep your system cool with up to 5 fan mount locations (Includes Front 140mm & Rear 120mm)
  • Intelligent cable management system to build a tidy system.
  • Two 2.5”, two 3.5”, and two 5.25” tool free drive bays & Modular 2.5” SSD cage
  • Room for two 240mm radiators (top, front)
  • Front panel includes 2 x USB 3.0, Headphone, Mic.
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Corsair CC-9011028-WW Obsidian Series 350D Solid Micro-ATX Performance Case for Computer - Black + Corsair Builder Series CXM 600W Modular 80 PLUS Bronze Certified ATX/EPS PSU + Intel Core i5 i5-4690K CPU (Quad Core 3.5GHz Processor, 6MB Cache, Intel HD 4600 Graphics, Socket H3 LGA-1150)
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Product Information

Style Name: 350D Non-Windowed
Technical Details
BrandCorsair
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions53.6 x 27.2 x 50.3 cm
Item model numberCC-9011028-WW
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BWLL9QA
Best Sellers Rank 22,494 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
Date First Available25 April 2013
  
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Style Name: 350D Non-Windowed

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The Obsidian Series 350D Micro ATX PC case is designed for building compact high-performance systems with Micro ATX and Mini ITX motherboards. The compact size is ideal if space is limited, but there’s plenty of room inside for liquid CPU cooling, dual hard drives, dual SSDs, SLI/Cross Fire ready. Like all Obsidian cases, the 350D is designed for fast and neat builds, with tool-free access and drive installation. Smart features like a native 2.5” SSD cage make the most of its small size, and the cooling-focused interior has five fan mounting points, with room for two 240mm radiators.

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1x Obsidian 350D Case
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4.7 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cheshh on 12 May 2014
Style Name: 250D Windowed Verified Purchase
Excellent case, putting together a PC in this case is a breeze due to the amount of space you have to work with. In my opinion its a very good compromise between space for components whilst maintaining a relatively small footprint

+ fits H100i
+ fits large ATX PSUs, I have a 1200w fully modular installed(reused before someone shouts 'overkill')
+ Graphics card length clearance
+ Loads of room for cable management

- Large amount of flex to chassis once optical support bracket removed
- Graphics cards which are 'wide' may not fit, I have an MSI 270x which only just fits with the twin frozr cooler although it was tight.
- Connecting up the hard drives is a serious pain when you want to change them, really would have liked to see a hot swappable feature here
- Apparently a 200mm fan can be installed in the front, you will need to 'bend'!? some metal supports for the optical drive for it to fit. Also theres no way you will fit it with a H100 or other radiator installed.

I did alot of research before purchasing as I wanted a small case and I settled on the 250d due to the balance of size and space.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on 30 Aug. 2014
Style Name: 900D Windowed Verified Purchase
Ok, but not as sturdy and sound as it is made out to be. It could have been built better. The magetic flaps at the bottom just keep falling open and the upper compartmets stick and don't open.
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Style Name: 900D Windowed Verified Purchase
First up, this case is massive and I mean, beastly massive. With the mobo in there and a couple of 780s, the amount of space left with which to work is fantastic and makes building a new rig a much more pleasurable experience.

Lots of room for drives (space for 6 standard and 3 more hot-swap) and space to install another 3 slot cage if required.

There are a few negatives, however, which you ought to be aware of...

1) Screwing gear into the slots isn't all that easy, because the back plates that are removed to allow access for soundcards, GPUs. etc are behind a big lip of metal. Curved screwdriver with magnet is essential here, or you risk some frustration.

2) The HD cages are quite flimsy compared to the competition (in my case, a HAF-X was my prior build case). As such, even when clipped into the cages the drives easily come loose if you're moving things around or tipping the case. I even had a couple of broken latches on the front that I had to fix manually.

3) The bottom of the case, both sides are flaps that drop down to allow access to HD cages and such without having to open the main side panels. However, these only close via two small magnets and when your cabling is all setup and you put the side window panel back on, sometimes the flaps just don't stay shut. I wish Corsair had supplied an alternative latch to the magnets, so for now I have an open ticket with Corsair on what I can do to make sure they stay closed.

So yeah, the best case I've ever owned without a doubt and something I can't see being upgraded anywhere in the future. However, just a few niggles keep it from greatness and you can't help feel they've taken a plastic/cheap route in some areas where, for the price, they really shouldn't have.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James on 27 Nov. 2014
Style Name: 250D Windowed Verified Purchase
This is a very nice case. Perfect for a desktop build where you're not after the biggest and baddest hardware. I won't tell you what can fit in. The specs will do that. I will however say that all the cable ties, the dust filters and fan mounts are very handy. I have 2 side and one front intake. It There are plenty of holes for passive expulsion of hot air but, with all the air getting in there, it's just not that hot!

In terms of GPU, I know you can fit an MSI GTX 970 with a few millimetres to spare at the top. The Asus STRIX version of the same card will not fit, unfortunately. Most triple fan solutions will probably be a little too long but I have seen the odd build with one in there, at a push. Reference cooling solutions should be fine, especially from NVidia.Be sure to check your GPU is no bigger than 2 PCI-E slots. The side panel probably won't go back on, if it is.

In terms of CPU coolers, I know this is built to pack as much high end gear into as little space as possible, but AIO liquid coolers aren't the only option, if you're not into overclocking. Personally, I have a Thermalright AXP-100 Muscle inside and there is tons of space up top. Not many air coolers will fit so try and check that your cooler isn't taller than 10cm, including the mounting system. Anything with vertical 120mm fan is a no no. If your fan lies in parallel with your motherboard, you should be alright. In terms of AIO coolers, you'd struggle to get anything thicker than a H100i in there. A H105 is not officially supported but with 12.5mm thick fans, there's a good chance it will, but then there are sacrifices to be made on which fans you can use.

Overall, I love the design, build quality and ease of use that this case offers. It looks great, has a cool little top window and lots of room for hardware you wouldn't expect to fit in there. Highly recommended!
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