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Hide your NUC because if you bring home an Obsidian Series 750D chassis, it may just eat your mini PC for breakfast. Corsair's newest full-tower enclosure isn't quite as big as its massive 900D, but the company says you'll still find ample room for high performance components and sophisticated cooling. The 750D is also supposed to make complex builds a bit easier thanks to tool-free side panels and drive bays, cable routing grommets and mount points, rear CPU access on the motherboard, and alignment pegs, to name a few of its features.
"When we launched our enormously successful, supersized Obsidian 900D case, enthusiasts raved about its sleek design, solid metal construction, and expandability, but not everyone needs so much room," said Xavier Lauwaert, Director of Product Marketing at Corsair. "Obsidian 750D is built for those users that demand full-on Obsidian quality in a standard full-tower form factor with plenty of innovative features and cooling options."
Though it's not as overbearing as the 900D, there's still a lot going on here, like 9 expansion slots, half a dozen tool-free 3.5-inch/2.5-inch combo drive bays, four tool-free 2.5-inch side mounted cages for SSDs (out of the airflow path), three tool-free 5.25-inch bays, and four front-mounted USB ports.
Modular drive cages can be situated in four separate mounting locations, while cooling duties are handled by three AF140L high-airflow 140mm fans (two in the front, one in the rear). There's room for up to 8 fans in all. If you're into water cooling, radiator options include 360mm or 280mm up top, 28mm or 240mm out front, 240mm in the bottom, or 140mm or 120mm in the rear.
The Obsidian Series 750D measures 21.5 inches (L) by 9.25 inches (W) by 22 inches (H) and weighs 21.4 pounds. It has an MSRP of $160.