The king sized Corsair Obsidian 750D Airflow Edition Enclosure that was spotted at Computex 2015 has just arrived on [H]ard|OCP's testbench. At 560x235x546mm (22×9.3×21.5") it can hold everything from an XL-ATX motherboard down to a mini-ITX, or perhaps several if you are inventive enough. The Airflow moniker is deserved, a pair of from mounted 120 or 140mm fans, three 120mm or two 140mm on top, another two 120mm on the bottom and a single 120 or 140mm fan on the back does indeed add up to a lot of airflow. [H]ard|OCP also had no issues installing radiators for watercooling, there is a lot of space in this case! They awarded the case a Silver but do point out the value conscious consumer could get almost the exact same performance with the original 750D and high airflow kit for a few dollars less.
"It's big. It's black. In fact it's "Obsidian!" Corsair's new 750D computer case is actually all steel and brushed aluminum, not volcanic rock. Corsair's take on the 750D Airflow Series is that it is easy to build in and has all the features you need rather than a plethora of bells and whistles that only look good on a spec sheet. "
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