Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 24
Rated 5 out of 5 by fr33b5 Exactly as described
Corsair's 750D is exactly the big case it's described as. Plenty of room inside for whatever you've got to put in there. Some fiddlesome clips to remove front panels for DVD drives and such like. One missing feature, which I don't require (hence the 5 stars awarded) is a HDD hotswapable bay. Fans are whisper quiet too!
22 June 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Uzinero Just short of perfection.
There's not a lot too be said about the 750D that others haven't already said, but I'll try to talk about some of the good and bad of the case myself regardless.
First, let's start with some of the negatives (There are very few, honestly.)
-Using a Corsair H100i radiator at the top of my case, despite them both being manufactured by Corsair the screws on the H100i stick out of the top too much and I find they dent the magnetic dust cover on the top.
-Some of the items in the case are done in a bit of a strange way, makes it hard to position some things and meant it was a bit difficult to fit new fans in the front of the case.
-Stock fans are pretty loud and a bit poor, may want to change them.
I can't really think of many other negatives, so if those things don't bother you, you're in luck with the laundry list of positives for this case:
-Sleek, minimalist design, with brushed aluminium front panels that adds an amazingly simple and classy look to the case.
-Tons of space. I'm currently using this with SLI 980's inside and there's still enough room to swing a cat in there, but not so much extra room that it starts to look ridiculous unless you add in some watercooling parts, it's really a perfect size. I removed one of the drive bays because I only needed one and I figured removing it may help with airflow and cable management, but it's absolutely not necessary.
-Stays cool. Very cool. Not only does this case look cool, but with a H100i on the CPU and replacing the rather noisy and slightly poor fans on the front with two Noctua AF-N14's for intake fans + a quiet edition Corsair AF140 on the back, it stays almost silent even when running all fans at 100% and everything stays very cool.
I can't really think of much else to say about this case, but I certainly reccomend it to anyone considering it, so long as the few negatives at the top don't deter them.
11 April 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Clanseven Good, but not perfect.
I wanted a well built, good looking case for my new rig and this was my choice. It was very easy to build in as it has plenty of space, options and great cable management. However, there are a few niggles. First is there are no damping pads on the psu mounts and second, no dust filters on the bottom fan positions. Neither is enough to spoil the overall result though and I'm very happy with my choice.
22 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by s0eViL Just Crying to be Water Cooled!
Fantastic case, lots of room for watercooling, good build quality and keeps components very cool. Bought the case with only air cooling in mind but after building my build and seeing how much room is left i am certainly going to be putting in a custom watercooling loop. It supports up to 360 rad on the top, 280 on the front and 240 on the bottom, though unsupported you can fit a 420 on the top but you have to bend a bit of metal in the top 5.2 inch bay. i think i made a good choice with this case and i am a very happy customer, thanks Scan and Corsair!
08 March 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by SteveBishop Cosair Obsidian 750D Full Tower Case
What a case. You can not only get inside, so much room, the cables are all hidden in the back. no messy cable to get in the way.
6 hard drive bays 4 SSD drive bays, and with the motherboard and Power supply you still have room for a London bus and taxi cab.
I added the Corsair H80i water cooling system.
When up and running I had to keep checking if the PC was on, absolutely no noise, just a very very slight hum if you listen for it.
The best choice I ever made.
20 November 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by R0BC Well worth
The case itself is a well manufactured piece of metal, the overall look is flawless. More than enough room to fit extra additions to the setup. Very easy to swap and remove parts with a few clicks or screws.
26 September 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by dabble Corsair 750D
Great case with lots of upgrade potential well worth the cash
18 September 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by siman87 One of the best cases I have owned
This case is excellent. Went from a Corsair 500r to this as I wanted a bigger case for a full water cooling loop in the future. Stock fans that come with it are actually pretty good and not as audible as I thought they would be being a Corsair fan (not exactly the quietest of brands) Fan filters seem to do a good job of keeping all the dust out and fitting everything into the case and making it look tidy is a doddle thanks to its size and the space behind the motherboard tray.
One of the only gripes I have for this case is the front air intake air flow or lack of it. With the front of the case on, there is very little in the way of airflow. I got round it by punching lots of 20 mm holes in the panel, now it breathes like it should!
Highly recommend this case to anyone. Only reason it didn't get a full 5 star rating is down to the front intake air flow issue.
10 August 2014