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Corsair Obsidian Series 900D CC-9011022-WW Black Aluminum ATX Super Tower Computer Case

  • Aluminum ATX Super Tower
  • 2 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0, Audio Front Ports
  • 4 External 5.25" Drive Bays
  • 9 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/26/2016 8:56:15 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsThis thing is a beast. Way better than Corsair's SPEC-02

Pros: It is big. The obvious doesn't need to be explained. What I also love is the fact that it is so easy to build in compared to Corsair's SPEC-02 which makes this case more worth it when you look at it that way. This case is also extremely flexible and configurable that you can build anything in there, which is what Corsair has advertised, and they stuck to that statement well with this one. Build a practical system. Build an over-the-top system. Build anything quite frankly.

It is to be noted that it is better built compared to other mass-marketed cases where they have plastics for certain areas. Instead this is almost built with metal. You will only find plastic pieces on things like drive sleds and drive bezels. Those are the places where I think plastics makes more sense to me.

Cons: No case is ever perfect, so there are some drawbacks when it comes to big cases like this. One is that it is heavy. This beast weights in at 41 lbs. with nothing in it with the default configuration. Also this thing commands a high price, so Corsair wasn't joking with this at all since this is for a very specific demograph in the PC enthusiast community. Also this isn't durable and flexible compared to CaseLabs cases. However we need to understand that CaseLabs doesn't mass-market their cases at all. They aren't that affordable at all, so CaseLabs is super niche in that regard.

Other Thoughts: The Corsair Obsidian Series 900D is the perfect case for me. The price is right, it is roomy, flexible, and durable. However this thing is heavy, and it will only get heavier than now when I build my system inside of it. So my recommendation is to either get your wife/husband, your kid, or a good friend to help you move it with a system in it. Or better yet what I'm going to do is get some 2x4's, plywood, and four big caster wheels and build a floor dolly that fits this case well with some room for error.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/10/2016 10:25:49 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThe Biggest Blackest Case

Pros: Okay, now I got this case so I can build my dream rig over the next few weeks. that being said, it hasn't actually had power going through it yet. HOWEVER it's a case and doesn't need to do much more than be a box. This case is sturdy as hell, I could hide in it and survive an air raid. Another pro, is you can probably hide in it. Not really but it's close. This case is big, when I say big I mean HUGE. I knew it was big, and I've had a HAF 932 and a HAF X before, and this thing puts those to shame. The HAF cases might as well be mid towers next to it.

Features I love! It has more drive bays than some servers I've worked with. It has more fan mounts than a Lan cafe. It can potentially move more CFM than an F22 Raptor's engines.

This is a big, beautiful, 99% metal case. The whole front is beautiful brushed black aluminum, and good quality, except the 5.25" bay covers which are the 1% plastic on the case.

If you're building a crazy rig, and want to be absolutely sure you have room. This is the case for you.

Cons: The cons if this case are the weight, as this thing weighs more than the moon. It's lack of handles for moving, though I think the point is that this doesn't so it isn't the best choice if you go to a lot of Lan parties.

AND THE BIGGEST CON! This is the biggest pro, but also the biggest con and to explain it I'll tell you the story of getting it home.

I work on the 21st floor in an office building and I had the great idea that I'd have it delivered to work so I know it gets there, and no one swipes it off my porch. The receptionist knew I had a big package coming and when it a river she called my desk and said "your package just arrived, and I think you didn't realize how big it is."

I did not

There were three people at the front, all staring at the box which was taller than the counter, almost as long as it, and just as wide. I promptly explained what I was doing, what it was, then hid it in the corner, as well as one can hide a box fit for a 35 inch tube tv, and went back to work. At the end of the day I had to dolly the 60 pound monstrosity to my car. it barely fit through the elevator doors, and in both elevators I had to explain AGAIN what it was.

Finally I get it to the car of the person I carpool with and have to fit it in somehow. I will tell you now, it's not going in your back seat if you drive a passat, and your trunk MUST be empty to fit it. Then we got to my car, I heaved it out and my trunk was actually empty because I knew it was coming. It touched all sides but the roof of the trunk in my S40. it was touching the backs of the seats and the left and right sides of the inside of the trunk, and when I closed it I had to slam the trunk because it was pressed against the box.

I do not regret any of this, I just want you to know this truly is a MASSIVE case, and until you're dealing with it in person you can't truly comprehend what it means to be the biggest blackest case.

Other Thoughts: I highly recommend this case, just make sure you measure and know where it's going before you have to reorganize your room like me.

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  • Eric W.
  • 1/7/2016 8:18:50 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSo far im very happy with this product

Pros: - Its housing my SR-2 mortarboard, and thats all I care about.
- Comes with all the screws and everything for mounting all your equipment.
- Comes with instructions that are easy to understand.
- It was very well packaged.
- Everything just works as intended without any issues.
- Read some complaints about the motherboard tray as a lot of flex and there is some flex but once the board was on there was no issues.
- Read some issues with the magnets being to weak to keep things shut however I seem to have no issues with that so far. everything is working well for me out of the box.
- The case fans are of high end quality.

Cons: - They want me to write a con, and the only real con is the size of this case, but if you are in the market to buy a case of this size the you know this is not a con.
- Maybe the price but again you get a lot for what you are buying.

Other Thoughts: This case is really meant for extreme builds so placing a ATX motherboard within this case might be over kill. But if you plan to have everything water cooled and have enough room to place everything in there then this case is a maybe for you.

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  • michael p.
  • 1/2/2016 11:16:10 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggscool case

Pros: can fit anything you want to put in this case
sturdy
easy to work with
massive
looks great
easy to mod
great build quality

Cons: not a single one

Other Thoughts: you can do anything you want with this case pretty much
looks great

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  • Anonymous
  • 12/16/2015 10:05:30 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHuge case with variety of options

Pros: This case is huge as everyone saying. Variety of mounting options for radiators and fans. I got a corsair h110i gtx cooler fit on the top with no problem. I'm coming from HAF 932 case and very happy that i got this one.

Cons: I own variety of corsair productions from memory, coolers. The QC is not 100% on this product. The HDD trays were flimsy and to screw PCI cards little tricky. The 2 side doors on the bottom which close with magnet, not sure how long that will hold

Other Thoughts: I gave 5 stars as I'm happy that i really fulfill my needs. I got it in sale around 180$ (include rebate/amex offer)

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  • Justin M.
  • 12/14/2015 1:37:54 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsTHE BEHEMOTH OF CASES

Pros: Where should I start... This case is a MONSTER! This is one of the biggest cases you can find... Ok, with that out the way lets start.

1 - Size - This case is HUGE and HEAVY with plenty of room for a growing system
2 - Cable management - It has plenty of room and rubber holes for easy cable management. Another plus is the space behind the MB tray, plastic clips, and hooks to use for tie wraps.
3 - Liquid cooling ready. - Need I say more? Plenty of internal space for radiators in multiple spots, pump mounting, and easy tube routing.
4 - HD cage removal. All cages can be fully removed for more space and than re-added if there is a need for more drives.
5 - Massive air flow - This case is fully ventilated and you should have no issues with airflow at all. There are plenty of ways to mount fans.
6- Sleek look - Well, not really a major pro, but it's worth noting.
7 - Solid - The case is nicely built and does not feel like a flimsy ball of plastic.

Cons: Although there are not that many, There are a few little ones worth noting.

1 - PCIE slot screws - Whatever genius thought of this one should be slapped. They give you a L shaped screw driver to get at them because once you put a card in you have to start from the top and work you way down. They are wedged under the lip of the back of the case and can be a bit of a pain for someone with large hands. However, take your time and they can be tightened without their tool.
2 - HD mounting bays - The bays for the HDs are flimsy, weak plastic and I felt like I was going to break them. However I mounted SSDs in them and they seems fine... Just be gentle.
3 - Bottom are doors - There are two doors ( one on each side ) that allow access to the bottom area. They can be a bit cranky when closing them and become very wobbly when the outside panel is removed to allow access for fans. JUST BE CAREFUL WHEN CLOSING THEM!!! I was worried at first I was going to bend them.

Other Thoughts: With all of this said, this is a well balanced and massive case. You'll have plenty of room to grow and improve your rig. However, I have heard people complain about there not being a instruction book. This is an enthusiasts class case!!! You shouldn't need a book for a PC case!!! If you have no idea what you're doing this may not be the case for you to start with. DO NOT CONSIDER YOURSELF PART OF TH PC MASTER RACE IF YOU COMPLAIN ABOUT AN INSTRUCTION BOOKLET WITH A CASE!!!

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  • David P.
  • 12/5/2015 1:32:26 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsnot recommended

Pros: none

Cons: not compatible with other manufacturer's 4 into 3 drive bays, numerous nicks in paint from assembly process, bottom side panels are held in place by magnets and fail to stay closed once sata power cables or sata data cables are run to sata drives mounted in drive bays, lack of support for fans larger than 140 mm.

Other Thoughts: I bought this instead of a second Cooler Master HAF X case. I spent $100 more for a case with less capability/compatibility.

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  • Andrew P.
  • 12/3/2015 10:33:16 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsWelcome to the big leagues

Pros: I've been told the politically correct way of saying this is: "Large in size and dark in colour".

With that out of the way, let's get to it.

This case is very impressive. I'm coming from the HAF 932 (which was bigger than my Dell piece before that (which was bigger than my HP piece before that)). Between the 6 blue LED's on my front panel fan controller, the blue LED inside my dual bay reservoir, the RED led 200mm fan and all the fancy angles and protrusions etc, it looked like a big mess. The 900D on the other hand, is a perfect rectangular prism and assuming you're lucky enough to have no 5.25" bay devices, the front is completely plain exactly how I want it.

For my own tastes, we're reaching the point where the case is starting to be too large. My next project (years and years down the line, mind you) is going to be an exercise in conservatism (like saving space by making my own cables).

Still though, no smaller case could fit all the stuff I stuffed into it so what the heck. I have two pumps, a 450mm tall reservoir (I meant to get a 250 but mistakes will be made), two 480mm radiators and a 240mm radiator, and three HDD's.

The case is modular enough that I could still fit 6 more HDD's if I had need for such a thing. The modularity is great. Despite the size, there is still a minimalist approach.

My terrible cable management skills were no match for the amount of space to hide bunches of cables.

All of the structural stuff is made of steel so the frame is stronger than you will ever need it to be.

Cons: The big black elephant in the room is the price (well so is the case itself, but never mind that). For $480 I am expecting something truly fantastic given that there are no electronics and no moving parts. I didn't quite get the $480 WOW factor so minus one egg. Most of my complaints relate back to the price; at $250 I couldn't complain about anything, but at almost half a grand, I wonder where all the money goes...

Even a small user guide would have been nice. It's been a little while now but I remember that taking apart the drive bays wasn't intuitive enough to have no instructions. The side panels and top mesh in mine are hard enough to remove that I thought I was doing it wrong.

Some of the non-structural components are made of very thin steel. The fan / radiator mounts on the bottom left side bend VERY easily. The door is magnetic and even this tiny magnet was strong enough that I bent the frame around the door when I tried to open it. Now my radiator is structural support, I think.

I wish Corsair made an optional mid plate themselves, and built the appropriate support right into the bottom of the case. You had to know that people would want to physically separate the compartments.

The polycarbonate window is tinted and would look much better if it was clear. I am considering purchasing an aftermarket one, especially since mine has already managed to get scuffed up (probably my fault but it still seems to easy) and polycarbonate cannot be polished.

The front panel could use an optional mesh pattern just like the bottom sides are perforated for air flow.

Other Thoughts: All in all I am impressed with the case. I think it's too expensive but the product itself is very good.

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  • juan g.
  • 11/28/2015 5:39:10 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGreat case, Very Poor Quality Control

Pros: Exceedingly attractive and sleek design, borderline furniture in size, aluminum front adds apeal for the enthusiast.
-Roomy AF
-Easy to work on, toolless design, means access to panels on the fly.
-One of the few cases to be able to house a 480mm rad.
-Modular bays allow for customizing your cooling setup

Cons: Extremely poor quality control, i cannot understand, how the case even passed basic visual inspection, the inside of the frame in between the side panel and the lower fan door was flat out bent and damaged, with obvious paint removed from a blunt impact, i know this didnt happen during shipping becuase the outside panels (both) were untouched, and would have taken the damage first if struck.
-This led to multiple things becoming misalligned on the case.
-Some Drive bays dont settle(snap) correctly
-Price
-Fingerprint magnet

Other Thoughts: I hated to take off points becuase of damage that can be easily fixed by an RMA, but this seems to be a reoccuring problem with 900d owners, and Im uncertain if these things are breaking at the assembly line, or during packaging/shipping.

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  • Adam M.
  • 11/20/2015 7:10:26 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNot worth the money

Pros: Big and roomy, knew the case was huge after reading other reviews. Free Shipping was awesome

Cons: 1) Price vs quality a joke, not worth the price even with free shipping

2) very little information comes with the case

3) minor mechanical damages found right out of the box. There were cosmetic damages too but those did not bother me.

4) Looks very cheap even after the 300+ price tag

Other Thoughts: When I threw down over $350 I thought I had found a case that would last many PC builds. Yes it is huge but that was what I wanted. The problem is the thing feels and looks like it should have a $190-200 price tag, maybe. Corsair has to make a dollar like everyone else but I feel like a dupe buying this case. One of the bottom doors still wont open right. Everything inside is a, "figure it out yourself" deal because there is no literature that comes with it. Yes I have the internet, but it would be nice to have a good manual and even a catalog to buy important add-ons. Which brings me to my next point. When watching the video describing the case. In the video I noticed they had a liquid cooling build inside with a reservoir mounted inside. I thought, awesome, I can mount the same liquid reservoir they have in the video inside mine when I get it. Wrong, there was no way to mount the reservoir the way the case comes to you. I am a working father of three going on four. I have very little time to pursue my hobbies. So when I found all of the defects even before I installed everything. I said to myself, "If I send it back and get another case, it would be months before I get around building my new PC. So I went ahead and made due with what I had. VERY, very disappointed and It makes me leery about buying any corsair products if this is their example of quality. Even the power button looks cheap and the Plexiglas looks discolored. Working in and around the case I felt I was going to break it and the rubber feet came off because of cheap glue. for the price Corsair couldn't throw in castors to roll this thing around or even use screws to keep the rubber feet in place?

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