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Corsair Obsidian 250D Mini-ITX Chassis Review

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Posted 28 January 2014 - 11:49 AM


Corsair Obsidian 250D Mini-ITX Chassis Review

The Corsair Obsidian series is by far one of the coolest chassis
ranges on the market today, they've amazed us here at eTeknix and
countless others around the world with their extremely competent
feature sets, design, build quality and versatility. The series caters
to extreme gaming rigs of all shapes and sizes, ranging from the
absolutely bonkers 900D super tower, their 800D and 750D full towers,
650D and 500D mid-towers, the 350D Micro ATX and now their latest
entry which we will be taking a look at today, the Obsidian 250D
Mini-ITX chassis.

The whole range features a similar style, with a chunky, sleek and
somewhat understated design that doesn't leap out at you, but hides
extensive small details that make them premium both inside and out,
especially the lush aluminium front panels, flawless black paint work
and extensive features that have become the trademarks of the series,
making the Obsidian one of the most versatile and powerful ranges
Corsair have ever created.

Naturally the 250D has a lot to live up to, the rest of the series
are very desirable chassis that have all won many awards around the
world, anything less than perfection from the 250D will not be
acceptable. The 250D is the smallest chassis in the range as it only
supports mini-ITX motherboards, but with the rise in popularity of
small form factor gaming builds that are ideal for a SteamBox build,
LAN gaming, or HTPC style system means the 250D could be in high

The packaging is pretty standard and matches what we have seen from
the rest of the Obsidian series, a high contrast image on each side of
the box with a technical run down of the main component specifications
and compatibility.



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