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    Default Corsair Obsidian 800D

    The Corsair Obsidian 800D showcases extensive and unique features in a crowded marketplace that often lacks originality. Corsair may be new to the chassis business, but they've had years to watch and learn from other manufacturers’ mistakes. Can the Obsidian 800D rise to the challenge in a very competitive market? Can Corsair continue their successful move from memory products into other PC component areas? Let’s find out.






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    Excellent review Stan

    Even I could manage the cables in that case.

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    Excellent review Stan! Corsair definitely raised the bar for the other case manufacturers.
    I thought it will be good if Corsair did think about a removable motherboard tray option in future and best if an inverted ATX style is possible.

    The case looks massive. I bet lugging the case around
    for the photo shoot must be quite a task. I can imagine the weight of this thing with all that hardware fully loaded.

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    Bully there's lots of room in the 800D, I had no problems installing the motherboard, and the radiator. As far as the weight, it's not bad at all even with a full build.

    I have to admit that it was a real pleasure working with the 800D, and seeing as the Obsidian is a series, I hope Corsair has plans to release another case in the near future
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    Excellent review and one of the best cases out there.

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    another deal on this...

    bottom left corner....http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/...9#/ec23ab79/31
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    Good find Grumpy !
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