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Corsair Obsidian 250D Mini ITX Case Costs $89.99

A lot of products at CES are unveiled sans release date. It's also not very common for a product to be available immediately. Still, there are exceptions, and this year, Corsair's Obsidian 250D Mini-ITX case is among them.

  

The Obsidian Series 250D performance Mini-ITX PC case is available immediately and is Corsair's first chassis built for the Mini-ITX form factor. The 250D supports all modern ATX PSUs (200 mm of PSU clearance) and boasts two expansion slots, (290 mm of internal clearance), two tool-free 3.5-inch/2.5-inch combo bays, two tool-free 2.5-inch only bays, one full-size 5.250-inch drive bay, and two front-mounted USB 3.0 ports.

As far as cooling is concerned, you're looking at two high-airflow fans with room for up to five fans. Radiator compatibility is 120 mm or 140 mm up front or 120 mm or 240 mm for the side. 

 

The side panel and expansion slots utilize thumbscrews, and the case features easily accessible and removable front, side, and PSU dust filters. There's also cable routing with multiple tie-down points to keep everything neat and tidy.

The whole thing weighs 9.7 lbs and is priced at $89.99.

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  • TwistedDruid
    What kind of cooler is in that image? It looks different from the H100i
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  • -Fran-
    I want more widened cases... And it would be so nice if they manage to make one that its a 2 part case.Like having a full sized enclosure for the PSU outside linked with a cable to the main case and having the rest in a compact enclosure that's really small. I'd love to see something like that.Cheers!
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  • Jynxin
    Looks nice cant wait for some unboxings.
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  • jojesa
    12382790 said:
    What kind of cooler is in that image? It looks different from the H100i

    It appears to be CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i liquid CPU cooler with Corsair Air Series fans.
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  • PepitoTV
    I really want to see this thing reviewed
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  • Devoteicon
    Looks like a fat guy sat a 350D and squashed it.
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  • edmoncu
    I hope they can build a mini itx case where the pcie 16x has a riser card that has the gpu card sitting on top of the cpu, freeing up more space. There's still 'wasted' space at the area above the cpu.Either that or place the psu at that (on top of cpu) area.
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  • cramved
    Coming from a 350D owner I am not a fan of the squished look of this case.
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  • lostandwandering
    Just built a system in a 350D. This looks pretty nice, kinda wish it had been available a month ago...
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  • jimmysmitty
    12383183 said:
    12382790 said:
    What kind of cooler is in that image? It looks different from the H100i

    It appears to be CORSAIR Hydro Series H100i liquid CPU cooler with Corsair Air Series fans.

    It is a H100i. Looks just like mine. And they are AF120 with the blue rings installed. Why they used those instead of the provided SP120s, which are designed to push air through the radiator while the AFs were designed to give superior air flow, I plan to replace the two remaining 120mm I have in my 500R with them.

    It's a nice mITX case. Could make for a decent HTPC.
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