The Corsair Obsidian 750D Full-Tower ATX Case: The Perfect Computer Case

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 Let's face it,part of what makes any computer system eye candy other than its hardware and performance is its design,when you building your own computer though,you want the best in both design and features when choosing what PC case you want to house your hardware. I may have found in my opinion the perfect  computer case that money can buy,and that computer case is the Corsair Obsidian 750D Full Tower ATX case. The full tower case has a clean and elegant design yet from a distant vantage point,looking at the 750D the design is very simple,a nice square structure which for me makes for the perfect computer case. It has a beautiful matte black color scheme finish both in the inside and outside.


The thing I look for in the perfect computer case in terms of pitching is it's ability to support an abundance of cooling fans,with the 750D,it supports up to 8 fans (3x AF 140L fan that's included), it also gives support to radiators up to 360mm in length (top), 280mm (front & bottom). There are cable cutting routing with your standard rubber grommets for cable organization,the CPU backplate cut makes for an easy CPU cooling upgrades. Here's what I think is the best thing since the microwave oven,the tool free drive bays, the 750D  has in total,Six tool-free 3.5" hard drive trays with integrated SSD support, Four tool-free 2.5" SSD drive bays. If you worried about dust accumulation,worry no more as the 750D has three removable dust filters (front intake, upper PSU intake , top of the case). Moving over to the front panel,it has which seems to be standard in most high-end PC cases 2 USB 3.0 and 2 USB 2.0 ports. even removing the side panel requires no use of a screwdriver as the 750D enables users to just use their Thumbs to screw the panel off for quick access. There are nine expansion slots that capable of supporting any type of multiple graphic card set up. And finally, the 750D supports all of the motherboard standards starting with the E-ATX, XL-ATX, ATX, and supports any type of Micro ATX motherboards.

The price of this "Perfect Case" comes in at a $159.99 price tag, which is pretty reasonable for what I consider to be the perfect computer case.  What do you think,is this the perfect case for your next computer build,leave your comments in the box.



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