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Corsair Obsidian 650D Black Midi Tower Window Gaming Case

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The 650D features all the elegance of its bigger brother, the award-winning Obsidian Series 800D, but in a smaller, mid-tower package, making it easier to transport and store.

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This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 44450  
Stock code: CSE-MID-CC650DW
Manuf. code: CC650DW
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Description:

The Obsidian Series 650D mid-tower case is manufactured with strong, stamped steel parts for increased rigidity, and coated in a black textured paint. The front panel features a beautiful black brushed aluminum faceplate to bring a subtle elegance to your next build.

A large, black 200mm intake fan hides behind the front dust filter, quietly pushing vast amounts of air over your hard drives and video cards. The air is then exhausted by a second 200mm fan on top of the case, and a rear 120mm fan. The top fan can be replaced by dual 120mm or 140mm fans, and is pre-spaced for a dual radiator if you’re interested in watercooling. And all fans are controlled by a three-mode, four-channel fan controller should you want to make your own choice between noise and performance.




Specifications

  • Motherboard Support: ATX / mATX
  • Expansion Slots: 8
  • Drive Bays: 5.25" x 4 & 3.5"/2.5" x 6
  • Cooling: 2 x 200mm Fans and 1 x 120mm Fans
  • Front I/O Ports: USB3.0 x 2 / USB2.0 x 2 / FireWire x 1 / Audio x 2 / 4-Channel Fan Controller
  • Dual 200mm fans provide outstanding cooling for even the hottest components
  • Easily accessible dust filters make maintenance simple and hassle-free
  • Quick-release side panels make it easier than ever to upgrade your hardware
  • Integrated fan controller lets you quickly adjust cooling performance and noise levels
  • Four tool-free optical drive bays and up to six SSD-ready hard drive trays provide plenty of expansion
  • CPU backplate cutout makes it easy to upgrade your CPU cooler
  • Brilliant cable routing system provides a way to keep your system neat and tidy
  • Adjustable drive cages can be removed and relocated to accommodate large video cards
  • Room for long power supplies gives you peace of mind for future upgrades
  • Dimensions: 546mm (L) x 229mm (W) x 521mm (H)

    Warranty Information:

    Manufacturer corsair
    Warranty Type Manufacturer via Aria
    Manufacturer Website http://corsairmemory.com/index.html
    Warranty Period (yrs)5
    Hard Drive Bays6
    DVD Drive Bays4
    USB 2.0 Ports2
    USB 3.0 Ports2
    Audio PanelThe product has this feature
    Max. PSU Depth (mm)220
    Max. CPU Fan Height (mm)185
    Dimensions546x229x521
    Max. GPU Length (mm)340
    Maximum Amount of Fans3
    Number of Additional Fan positions0

    Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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    fit multi gpu? by rix0400

    would i be able to fit 2 graphics cards into this case?
    i know the type of card would depend but in general i should right?

    Response by shaund
    As you said in the comment it would solely depend on which cards you were planning on putting in, also the layout of your motherboard would need to be taken into consideration.

    Question  Hydro Cooling by Chris.P

    Hi,

    Would a Corsair Hydro H100i GTX (240mm) fit in here, preferably in the top?

    Thanks.

    Answer by shaund on Wednesday, May 6, 2015
    While the Corsair website states that the h100i will fit in this case, I cannot say for certain in the GTX version of this cooler will.

    Question  Fans And Cooling by Alan

    Hi,
    I really like this case but have been slightly put off using it at the minute as part of a new system due to online reports.

    There are reports of a fault with the installed fan controller and fan noise. Loud Noise due the air being pulled through the holes in the metal grill between the front 200mm fan and the outer filtered cover. And mention of upgrade kits.

    Have you experienced these during builds with the 650D or have these issues now been resolve with the new cases?

    I also believe that having 1x200mm intake fan and 1x120mm,1x200mm outtake fans may give a negative airflow in this case. But this case dose not allow you to fit another 120mm to adjust to a positive airflow. Is there anything that could be done?

    Would fitting a water cooled CPU cooler rad in place of the 120mm outtake fan better the airflow?

    Answer by daniele on Tuesday, September 13, 2011
    Please contact [email protected] who should be able to address your queries

    Question  Fan Controlers by Alan

    Hi again,

    Looking to purchase the 650D as part of a new system I am hoping to buy from you soon.

    Am I right in thinking that the 4 fan control built into this case controls all 4 fan speeds at the same time not individually?

    If so,would you be able supply and fit NZXT FAN CONTROL SENTRY LX?

    Answer by stewartz on Thursday, September 1, 2011
    Please contact our customer service team who will be able to assist you with this.

    Question  Changing Fans by Alan

    Hi,

    Thinking of changing the rear fan for a Be Quite fan to match the make of CPU Cooler. It's there much benefit changing the top 200mm fan in the 650D for 2 120mm or 140mm?

    Would fitting 2 fans increase the dB level compared to the standard single 200mm?


    Regards
    Alan.

    Answer by Stewartz on Tuesday, August 30, 2011
    There will not be much difference between the 2, it all depends on how fast the fans are spinning for the sound level.
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