Corsair makes all sorts of hardware for computers from memory to SSDs to power supplies. The company is one of the biggest RAM makers in the enthusiast realm, but their offerings aren’t cheap. Corsair unveiled its first case last year and the company is now back with a new case called the Obsidian 700D.
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The case is an attractive black aluminum clad unit that reminds me of something from Lian Li. The case has four fixed SATA bays rather than the hot-swap bays of its 800D stable mate. The 700D has six 3.5-inch drive bays that can be converted to 2.5-inch bays.
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The side panel is solid rather than windowed like the 800D. Other features between the two cases are the same. The case has a multi-zone cooling system, removable CPU back plate, toll-free 5.25-inch bays, and a cable management system. Pricing is unannounced and it will ship in April.