Corsair Obsidian 250D Review

Editor: David Mitchelson  Date: 05-02-14   8 Comment(s) - Join the discussion here
Introduction


Product On Review: Corsair Obsidian 250D
Manufacturer and Sponsor: Corsair
Street Price: £70 GBP / $89 USD

Building on the success of the Obsidian Series which is now a household name for Corsair, they are back yet again with a new addition to the family. Inside the portfolio there are now seven models to choose from, giving plenty of variation and choice to the end user but the one piece missing from the puzzle is a dedicated Mini-ITX chassis.

Today we are to cast our critical eye over Corsair’s new 250D. Embracing the characteristics many have come to love, this new case delivers Mini-ITX support for those demanding a small form factor and condensed layout.



Corsair on their 250D
If you want to build a Mini ITX system without sacrificing expansion, flexibility, or performance, the Obsidian Series 250D is your answer. Though it’s small on the outside, the 250D has room for standard components like a full-size 5.25” optical drive, a full-length GPU, a 240mm radiator, and even a full-size ATX power supply.

The sleek aluminum front fascia provides the striking yet subtle design that Obsidian Series cases are known for, and a top window gives you a close-up view of your high-performance components. The 250D is a great choice if you want full size performance in a small space


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