Corsair Launches Obsidian Series 350D Case for Micro ATX and Mini ITX Builds

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misterz100

Considering how awesome the ASUS Z77 ITX board is, this case will for sure be my next build, just going to wait a couple more Intel sockets as my PC will last me a while as is.

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dramsey

Does "available now" mean "not available at any online retailer or even our own factory store"? 'Cause it isn't.

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PCWolf

Sad that more & more cases are starting to come without a "3.5 Drive Bay" Not the case you want if you need to install an Internal Card Reader. Unless you buy an Adapter & use one of the 5inch bays.

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LuckyCharm

Now all Corsair needs to do is make an ATX form factor version and I will will buy!

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stige

this is still a "big" case for micro ATX. it's about the same size as the BitFenix Prodigy, i think.

this is 17.7 x 8.3 x 17.4

i'd like to see Corsair come up with something the next size down, more in line with the Coolermaster Elite 120 or the Silverstone SG08.

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TheMissingPiece

This case looks awesome. It's a little rich for me, but if I were building a MicroATX rig, this would be the case I choose. It looks awesome.

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GavinFarrington...

Would love to know how this stacks up against Silverstone's TJ08B-E.

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jms493

Probably my next build case...love it.

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HiGHRoLLeR038

Im so glad Corsair decided to make cases. So great.

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QuantumCD

'Since' certainly matters.

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