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    Corsair Obsidian 800D





    Product Details:

    Designed for Years of Performance

    The Obsidian Series 800D is built to last through years of motherboard, power, memory, cooling, and component upgrades.

    The steel structure has a matte black coating both inside out and is finished with a brushed aluminum faceplate for a professional look that’s both serious and awe-inspiring. A windowed side panel makes it easy to show off your work.
    Three Isolated Cooling Zones

    The power supply compartment, main compartment and the SATA bays each have dedicated cooling subsystems to prevent heat buildup.

    A dust-filtered 140mm fan draws in cold air at the bottom of the chassis and exhausts it at the rear and top. This clever design forces fresh air directly over the graphics card and CPU. The SATA hot-swap bays are cooled by a separate 140mm fan which vents from the chassis via a sealed chamber and prevents the heat generated by the drives from entering the main compartment. The power supply compartment has its own dedicated intake and exhaust, also isolated from the main compartment.

    Need even more cooling performance? The Obsidian Series 800D has pre-drilled support for top-mounted single, dual, and triple radiators, or up to three additional 120mm fans.
    Advanced Features for Extreme Flexibility

    A four-drive SATA hot-swap drive bay sits in the front of the case, making it easier to install or swap hard drives on the fly. A unique cable routing system virtually eliminates cable clutter that can impede airflow. The tool-free design allows for easy entry, easy access, and quick installation of 5.25” drives.

    Features:

    • Four easily accessed hot-swap drive bays
    • Removable CPU backplate panel for easy heatsink installation
    • Isolated cooling zones prevent heat buildup
    • Unique cable routing holes guarantee a clean and clutter-free installation
    • Three fans included, with the ability to add four more 120mm fans
    • Tool-free optical drive installation makes building a system faster than ever
    • Two year warranty with Corsair’s world-class customer service and technical support



    Yeah, I'm saving up for this one. I still love my Tj, but I think this one os a must have

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    Ohhhh Faaaaakkkk..Thats a friggin rad Cabinet..

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    how much is it? i have seen this on a forum..but didnt check the price.

    anyway, ur temjin case is already good one.


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    It's about $300 more or less. Sure the TJ-07 I have is cool. I will stick with it for a while but as I said I feel the need to own this one as well. I love the sata hot swap bay. I also love the removable CPU area cutout. I know I have been plagued by changing my CPU cooler and having to take the Mobo out a few times. Also the cable routing holes are a great idea.
    Last edited by Detale; 10-12-2009 at 07:04 AM.

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    wow

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    It looks good but I prefer the HAF932, mainly because I already got one.
    I must admit $300 and no power supply Is a little steep just for a case.
    Last edited by LubTheStaringCat; 10-12-2009 at 07:48 PM.

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    300$
    Time to go steal some wallets downtown.

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    ^ Ditto.

    $300 and no power supply? How does that fit into any reasonable budget?

    Hot swap drive bays are hardly a new thing either.



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    It's a handsome enough case.
    I'm kinda partial to this one though...
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    Here's a review of the Corsair Obsidian 800D
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjBI89H86C0

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