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    Default Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

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    Image source : Corsair Obsidian 900D

    With the recent release of the Obsidian Series 900D case there have been a few frequently asked questions which I would like to address in this blog.

    1. How do I remove the top cover?

    The complete top cover comes off in one piece; however you must remove the side panels first. Once the side panels are released (via the push buttons on the rear of the case), and removed, the top panel will slide off toward the windowed side panel side of the case. See the picture below which shows the direction to slide the top cover.










    With some 900Ds it may have a very snug fit, and if it feels difficult to slide off, then you may just tap it from the rear side panel side with a hammer or screwdriver handle to get a bit more leverage, but if you use a tool you will want to cover the surface with a cloth so you do not scratch the case.










    2. How to add a lower 480mm radiator (where are the brackets located)?

    The 900D will support up to a 480mm radiator in the bottom of the windowed side of the case, but there are some mounting rails which first must be installed. You will find these rails screwed down with a single screw in the lower area of the windowed side of the case. Remove the screw to free the rails, and you will see that you have two of them.










    The "L" shaped rail installs on the very bottom of the case, where you will see four cut outs which match up with the rail. Line up the rail with the cut outs on the bottom of the case and slide it in to secure it in place. Once the rail is in place, you can screw it in on one side to lock it in.










    The rail you are left with is flat and mounts the same way on the dividing bar. Once it is secured into place, you can lock it in with a single screw.










    With the rails locked into place, you are ready to install your radiator, however, depending on the length of your radiator you may need to remove or relocate one or two of the HDD cages (do this before installing the rails!).










    3. How to remove and relocate the hard drive cages?

    First, some info on the cage and HDD configuration in the 900D. The 900D comes with 3 HDD drive cages which each support up to 3 HDDs, for 9 total drives supported right out of the box. Two of these cages are tool-free, standard cages, and one of them has a backplane circuit board to allow hot-swapping of HDDs. The 900D will support up to 5 total cages for a total of up to 15 HDDs. Additional cages (both standard and hot-swappable) are available on the Corsair webstore.
    If you would like to remove some of the cages, or relocate them to a different area in the case, you will need to remove some screws from the rear side panel side of the case. In the picture below you can see the screws that hold the HDD cages in place are circled in red.











    Remove the screws that are holding the cage in place and it should slide out towards the windowed side panel side of the case. You can then choose to relocate the drive to one of the other mounting locations, or leave it out if you do not need it.

    That Basic Article is for you guys 900D new owners about how to get your 900D naked partially

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    damm... i love that case..

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    Quote Originally Posted by Adham View Post
    damm... i love that case..

    Your not alone!

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    This is one of the Best looking and desgned cases on the market! Definatly a Modders Dream case also! I would love to have one of these no doubt but just too far outside my price range!

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    How many of you have only seen pictures of the 900D? This case is bigger than my 3 y/o. I could stuff him inside it if I wanted. I want one but I would need a bigger house, lol. Pictures just don't do it justice!

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    Ive only seen photos but it looks Massive! I lot of options for hard drives and cooling, just a Perfect Enthusiast case!

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    This case is absolutely huge, lol! I'll have to snap a cell pic next time I go to micro center with my son for a size comparison.

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    Well I'll have two of them for sale with Z87 builds very soon, one will have dual 780s and the other a single 780. Both will be water cooled and have 240GB SSDs, 24x DVD burner, 16-32GB memory kits, and at least a 1200W PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Well I'll have two of them for sale with Z87 builds very soon, one will have dual 780s and the other a single 780. Both will be water cooled and have 240GB SSDs, 24x DVD burner, 16-32GB memory kits, and at least a 1200W PSU.
    For Sale?? Stan now you got me confused which doesnt take a lot! Are you selling systems on Pure OC?

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    HI Bill, I've been building and selling systems for close to 20 years lol

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    Hey Bill. You need to keep up with Stan around here.And that's not easy.

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    Hey Jim, I might have another case for you, I'll let you know next week

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    Default Re: Obsidian Series 900D FAQ's

    Quote Originally Posted by killjoyjim View Post
    Hey Bill. You need to keep up with Stan around here.And that's not easy.
    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    HI Bill, I've been building and selling systems for close to 20 years lol
    LOL Jim I cant keep up with him he,s like a machine on here! LOL Im kinda broke down a little bit still standing but at times thats questionable! But he,s a machine how he keeps up with all this going on dont have a clue!
    Stan I guess what I was getting at do you sell through the site or you have a Storefront?? LOL am I making any sence here! I get myself confused! LOL

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    Be sure to let me know how much those systems will be, just in case I go out and trip over a Gold Brick!

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    Once their finished I'll either list the prices or you can contact me by PM or email. Still deciding if I should go with the H110 on the 3rd build, or if I should make it a 2nd Z87 or 2nd X79 ? If I go with the Z87 I'll be using the 4670K and if I go with the X79, most likely a 3820 so I can keep prices down. The X79 would have a 32GB kit of 1866MHz Patroit Viper Extreme, 8 / 4GB modules The 1st Z87 /4770K has a 16GB kit of 2133MHz.

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    Hey Jim, I might have another case for you, I'll let you know next week
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