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Corsair Obsidian 750D

Corsair Obsidian 750D
alaScore 90

377 reviews

Dec, 2018

We have collected and analysed 13 expert reviews and 364 user reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 89/100 and users rate it 89/100. The average review date is 01-11-2014. We have compared these reviews to 321646 reviews from other Desktop Computers. The alaScore™ for this product is 90/100 = Excellent. Last update: 12-12-2018.

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Expert review by : Dmitry (hardwarecanucks.com)

Corsair Obsidian 750D Review

 

Corsair's Obsidian series has been known for continually raising the bar when it comes to what users expect from enthusiast cases. Not only are they

Sep, 2013

Expert review by : David Mitchelson (vortez.net)

Corsair Obsidian 750D Review

 

750D is the new addition to the Obsidian Series. This full tower chassis has XL-ATX and E-ATX support and is ready for water cooling fanatics.

Professional aesthetics ; Dust filters are easy to remove ; Strong radiator support within ; XL-ATX and E-ATX support ; Flexible storage options ; Good clearance for hardware

Price ; No anti-vibration padding for PSU ; Side panels flex / thin ; Lack of mounting holes for bottom row on XL-ATX motherboards

The Obsidian Series is synonymous with quality and it’s no surprise that this third Obsidian chassis for 2013 has gathered plenty of attention amongst avid Corsair patriots. Where this new chassis fits in is a little unclear since both the 650D and...

Sep, 2013

Expert review by : Steve Lynch (hardocp.com)

Corsair Obsidian Series 750D Airflow Series Review

 

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...

Surviving our enthusiast testing process isn't a chore to be taken lightly. Every case that comes through the HardOCP labs is thoroughly examined, pushed to the limit, and tested in ways that we feel gives you an accurate assessment of the product's...

Jul, 2015

Recommended

Expert review by : David Hollingworth (pcauthority.com.au)

Review: Corsair Obsidian 750D

 

Corsair's Obsidian range is for very serious system builders, but you do end up getting a case that is packed with features and will last you for years. That it also bears a passing resemblance to certain black monoliths that may or may not have...

A very well-featured case with some unique installation options.

Nov, 2013

recommended

Expert review by : OklahomaWolf (jonnyguru.com)

Corsair Obsidian 750D

 

It's been some time now since I last looked at a case. At last, the wait is over. Today, I'm looking at the newest addition to Corsair's Obsidian line of cases, the 750D. This is an aluminum full tower case intended to be a more entry level option for...

lots of space ; tool free 2.5" bays that do not interfere with wiring for the 3.5" drive cages ; holds any size power supply I can think of ; lots of room for wires behind the mainboard tray ; several mounting possibilities for the 3.5" cages ; looks...

no screws for power supplies, not enough accessory standoffs for MATX boards

I really like this case. It's big, it looks fantastic, and it has a lot of things going for it. Like those awesome 2.5" trays that still allow you to run wiring for your 3.5" hard drives behind them and the sheer number of spots for fans. There are a...

Sep, 2013

Expert review by : Kenny Yeo (hardwarezone.com)

Corsair Obsidian Series 750D - A Solid Full-tower Casing

 

Corsair has just launched the new Obsidian Series 750D, a full-tower casing that comes with all the features than an enthusiast-grade casing should have. We check it out to see how it fares.

Good build quality ; Largely tool-free operation ; Configurable HDD cage layout ; Able to accommodate radiators for liquid cooling setups ; Spacious internals

Uninteresting, bland design ; HDD cage needs to be relocated to accommodate large PSUs ; Slightly expensive ; Lack of handles and wheels make it hard to transport

Update (24-9-2013, 2:30pm)

Sep, 2013

Consumer review (reevoo.com)

Corsair 750d

 

4 ssd slots 8 fan mounts for prefect airflow massive in size room for quad sli xfire if that's your thing

Aug, 2017

Consumer review (reevoo.com)

Corsair 750d

 

Big

Badly put together. Side panels didn't fit properly. Brushed metal panel look on the front is ruined if you have to fit drives etc. Although you can fit two fans in the bottom of the case, you can only do this if you only have SSD's that you can fit in...

Apr, 2017

Consumer review (reevoo.com)

Corsair 750d

 

LOVE the way you can mount 2.5" SSD's in the right hand side of the case effectively under the motherboard. Even no need to remove the SSD trays, the SSD's just slide in! Bought this case for 3 large graphics cards and plenty of room, but a couple of...

Case is longer and wider than any other case I've had in the past.

Mar, 2017

Consumer review (reevoo.com)

Corsair 750d

 

plenty of room for any upgrades (length width and height), even takes 4 of my beast gpu's with no problems. airflow is so good I don't even need one of my fans and black on black looks cool with anything

not sure its a bad point, but it didn't fit in my gaming desk so had to build a custom desk :)

Jan, 2016