( 4.8 Average / 61 Ratings )
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I love this case. Unless you really need those extra PCI slots, I would definitely recommend building a MATX PC.
Sleek and Professional looking, minus the window, not a big fan of flashy cases so this suites me well. not a full tower, so it fits in places a lot better and more maneuverable.
A great case with great cable management holes! Although i wish i could figure out how to take out the SSD cage. No cuts for me!
Bought a used one, few issues but not a big deal, i hope they send me a top mesh filter.
I have to say the build quality for the Obsidian series cases put the Carbide series to shame. But, I suppose you get what you pay for. Plenty of room behind the board for cable management. Just barely enough space for the Corsair H110i GTX closed loop cooling.
This case has so much room for a mid-tower case. I couldn’t be happier with the amount of room I had for cable management. I even used the optical drive trays as a stand for the CableMod power supply.
This case was a dream to build in. Still the best looking case out there in my opinion. The click the front cover makes when it opens just makes me happy.
I nearly got the smaller air model but was worried about fitting the 1070. I am very satisfied with the 350D. The side compartment for hiding cables works perfectly. I had to buy a fan splitter so I was able to hide that in there as well.
What can I say about ole faithful. I love this case as much today as I did way back when I started building PC's
For a larger mATX case, it's pretty snug. I utilized all fan slots, including a 240 RAD on the top exhaust. I chose corsair because of my 400R. On a side note, I will say I opted to buy the Top dust filter, and the front vented panel off the corsair website. These do not, i repeat DO NOT come with the case. It comes with no top filter, and a more solid front panel. I did this because of airflow.