Corsair Obsidian Series 350D PC Case Review
You’ll find room in this enclosure for only microATX and Mini-ITX motherboards—ATX mobos are persona non grata. In spite of that, the 350D is cut from the same cloth as the rest of Corsair’s cases. Enthusiast-friendly fare like cable-routing holes, tool-less drive bays, and plentiful cooling abounds, and Corsair has sought to balance outer compactness with inner roominess. As a result, the case is compact, but its innards aren’t so tight as to make the assembly process uncomfortable.
On paper, this looks like a first-class way to switch to microATX. Not just on paper, in fact. This case has the same slick, subdued style as Corsair’s other offerings, and it’s quite the looker… at TechReport