Corsair Obsidian 350D Micro ATX Case Pictured

According to Corsair, the Obsidian 900D is "the" enclosure to get for high-end users. Obviously though, its price tag of almost $400 might be a bit hard to swallow for most. Lucky for the more budget-oriented among us though, Corsair is coming out with the Obsidian 350D.

As an expansion to the Obsidian series, the Obsidian 350D would be an entry-level micro-ATX enclosure. It would measure 450 x 210 x 440 mm and be built mainly out of steel, with a large acrylic side window and a brushed aluminum front, similar to the 900D. Inside the enclosure, there is room for two 2.5" drives, two 3.5" drives, and another two 5.25" drives. Due to the lowered placement of  the 3.5" drive cage, graphics cards can be up to 380 mm long.

Provided cooling includes a single 120 mm fan in the rear and a single 140 mm fan out front. Users can have up to three fans or a 240 mm water cooling radiator.

The enclosure should hit the market around the end of April or the beginning of May. The Newegg page has the item set to be discontinued, but reports indicate the price at anywhere between $100 and $110.

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  • JJ1217
    450mm tall and it can only support mATX? I'm sure I've seen shorter cases that can support ATX..
  • scook9
    It is still smaller than the Antec Mini P180 (510mm square) and that was an immensely popular and awesome MicroATX case. I think this corsair 350d will see awesome success,
  • rebel1280
    Why don't other manufactures do the inverted design of the SilverStone Temjin TJ08. In my case at least, it offers a better cooling solution and is way smaller. This case is pretty large for being an mATX case.