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Old 25-04-13, 03:38 PM
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Corsair Obsidian 350D Review

It's always nice to have a new baby in the family and Corsair's Obsidian case lineup is no different. As usual, we give it the OC3D once over to see how the new kid in town deals with its competition.



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Old 25-04-13, 03:59 PM
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glad to see the doctors were around to deliver this tiny lil package from its mother.
thanks for the video review in all its TTL style!
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Old 25-04-13, 04:06 PM
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Good review again from TTL but the link in the written review needs changed as it is currently the one for the Titan waterblock fitting.

I was considering getting this case but after seeing the internals I think I will give it a miss as doing so would require a new MB. Also it is a bit more expensive than I was expecting it to be when I saw it at $100-110.
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This is going to be my next case, as long as nothing better comes up in the next month or so that is. Or if I decide to stick to the ATX form factor, which I doubt I will TBH.
Surprised on the 7/10 for price though, i'd have given it an 8/10. Personally, I thinks it's worth the extra £20, but each to their own.

Good written review also, Josh I had to look twice when I saw your name on the review, was expecting it to be Tom.
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Old 25-04-13, 04:15 PM
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Good review again from TTL but the link in the written review needs changed as it is currently the one for the Titan waterblock fitting.
Hah! Thanks for pointing that out. This is the first article i've submitted and everything's all new and confusing. Should all be fixed now.

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Good written review also, Josh I had to look twice when I saw your name on the review, was expecting it to be Tom.
He's giving me a shedload of help still, but thankyou for the kind words - i'm getting there, albeit slowly
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Old 25-04-13, 04:32 PM
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Cheers for the review guys..

How was Iron man Tom?

Edit. Man the scope for this thing is just awesome..

I tell you what I'd like to do with it... Put in a decent motherboard then use a H100 in the roof and then fit my 670s and use a Antec Kuhler 920 mod on each with both rads in the front.
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Old 25-04-13, 04:42 PM
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noice case, and an excellent build put in it too.
*puts on shopping list*
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Old 25-04-13, 05:17 PM
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Really like this case.

As much as I 'want' a 900D , because its just so epic, this case actually does everything I would ever need , for a lot less money, weight and space.

But then again so would a bitfenix prodigy.
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Old 25-04-13, 05:21 PM
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The front page article is more of a container for the video than an actual review. But Josh has done a good job of what he could do with the info he had.

Youll be seeing more stuff like this on the front page from Josh now. This is also the first front page item thats been posted from anyone else but me for years!
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Old 25-04-13, 05:26 PM
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This is also the first front page item thats been posted from anyone else but me for years!
bet you had a tear in your eye typing that...
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