Exterior Case Details
Both side panels of the Corsair 250D feature fine-mesh filters that attach magnetically. Remove the panel, pop out the filter, blow it out, drop it back into place.
Although it’s not obvious when the computer is off, the power and drive activity LEDs are incorporated into the power button at the upper left of the case.
As with other cases in the Obsidian line, the aluminum-faced front panel releases with a push of the spring latch in each upper corner. Once the front panel is off, the fine-mesh filter pops out for cleaning, revealing the 140mm intake fan behind it. There are mounting points for 120mm and 200mm front fans as well if you want to replace the included fan.
A minimal but complete accessories package includes a multi-lingual manual, four zip ties, and several unlabeled bags of screws.
What’s it like on the inside? Let’s find out…