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.
I own 3 of these cases, 1 of them I completely took apart piece by piece to create this accurate SketchUp model. This is still my favorite case of all time despite Corsair having discontinuing it, which I think was a really bad move because it has so much potential still. Dimensions for each component of the case is accurate to ±0.5mm due to the fact that the only thing I had to make measurements was a U.S./Metric ruler.
Every detail possible in this model, every rivet, every screw, every hexagon fan ventilation cut out, every HDD ventilation cut out, moveable CPU cooler rear backplate door, front USB 3.0 I/O with PCB, moveable front I/O door, SATA 3 6Gb/s hot-swap PCB, moveable hot-swap drive bay door, complete hot-swap drive trays, bottom 3.5" drive rails and bottom filter tray just to name a few.
Overall dimensions, rear-bottom PSU mount, motherboard mounting holes, rear expansion slots, rear I/O cut out, 5.25" drive bays, bottom 3.5" drive bays, hot-swap drive bays, hot-swap drive trays, 120mm fan mounts and 140mm fan mounts are accurate and within ATX specifications.
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