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Review: Corsair Obsidian Series 800D: the chassis for real builders

by Parm Mann on 19 August 2009, 11:45 4.05

Tags: Obsidian Series 800D, Corsair

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Once upon a time, in Fremont, California, a group of ladies and gentlemen known as Corsair decided they needed something else to do. Having conquered the world of high-performance computer memory and power supplies, they felt the need to invade another market segment.

According to legend, they attempted to construct a moon-sized space station that could destroy a planet - and all its competitors - in a single attack. That attempt failed, but they came up with this instead:

It's called the Corsair Obsidian Series 800D, and it's the first chassis ever to emerge from Corsair's laboratories. Keeping in mind Corsair's high-end enthusiast background, this isn't just any old enclosure - it's one that has hopes of being bigger, better and badder than any other. We're here to find out if it is.