The Corsair brand, known for its high-performance memory arrays, launched into cabinets PC with a range called Obsidian and a first model 800D.
In this case aluminum and steel, we can install an ATX motherboard, ATX or E-ATX, up to five units, 5.25 inch to 3.5 inch six units, including four accessible behind a door and Type Hot-swap (insertion and shrinkage), and seven slots for cards.
Hidden behind a small door above the 5.25 inches, the front connector has four USB ports, an IEEE 1394 (FireWire), a headphone and microphone jack. If the case some laps, we would have liked a USB port gives way to an eSATA port.
As for heat dissipation, these are three 14-inch fans that it charged, one rear, one at the hard drives and one below the motherboard. And if that is not enough, we can add up to four 12-inch, three on top and behind the motherboard. Not forgetting the two openings for the introduction of a liquid cooling system (water cooling).
Price and availability:
The Corsair PC case price risk in a more calm. Count about 18,000 INR, including postage to have it all. Not to mention the price of power supply, knowing that it is not provided.
-Design Aluminum / Steel
-Compatible with ATX motherboards, ATX and E-ATX
-5 external 5.25 "slots
-6 internal 3.5 "slots, including 4 accessible type Hot-swap front
-7 openings for expansion cards, motherboard
-Connectivity Cranes: 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x IEEE1394, 1 x 1 x headphone and microphone
-1 fan of 140 mm at the rear of the case
-1 fan of 140 mm side of hard drives
-1 fan of 140 mm below the motherboard
-3 of 120mm fans on top of the box (optional)
-1 120mm fan behind the motherboard (optional)
-2 openings for installing a liquid cooling system
-Dimensions: 609 x 609 x 229 mm