Corsair Announces Obsidian 750D, a large high tower range of chasis that can accommodate the most ambitious configurations.
Corsair launches its new range of cases integrating high-end family Obsidian. Called Obsidian 750D, this great tower spotted by TechPowerUp is kind of similar under the 900D and 800D ranges and can also accommodate the most ambitious configurations.
Measuring 56 x 54 x 23.5 cm, steel housing, for starters, it can accommodate motherboard sizes up to XL-ATX. A step above the E-ATX, this unusual format allows accommodation up to four high-end graphics cards.
It is one of the two cases that can accommodate three 3.5-inch hard drives and also modular versions and can free up space for very long graphics cards, or for a very long power supply. In terms of storage, there are also four slots of 2.5 inch support on the motherboard.
In terms of cooling, the Obsidian 750D has air to spare: there are two 120 mm fans on the front (suction sides of the front brushed aluminum) and a 140 mm fan at rear (extraction), and two additional slots of 120 mm below the housing, and two or three of 140 mm and 120 mm fans at the top.
The Corsair Obsidian 750D will be soon available in the U.S. for $ 250.