Corsair Obsidian 650D Aluminum Mid Tower ATX Computer Case

August 3, 2011

Computer cases just don’t seem exciting to many users. It is just a box that holds all the parts within the computer. Yet is is a very important part of the overall computer. How air flows and how much of it flows through the case helps keep the computer’s guts cool. Should they overheat, it could lead to instability and even damage to the parts affected. Cases also determine whether you have accessible front plugs for USB, audio and other items.

The Corsair Obsidian 650D Aluminum Mid Tower ATX Computer Case isn’t the smallest case on the market nor is it the biggest. For most users, it is a nice balance between space for expansion and fitting under the desk. At first glance, it isn’t very flashy with its brushed matte black finish. Yes, there is a window showing the innards of the computer. You’ll find plenty of room for optical drives in front and hard drives within. Cutouts inside the case help to keep the wiring organized. The front panel has a drop down with 3 USB 2.0 ports and 2 USB 3.0 ports. There is also a SATA connector. Two large intake fans and an exhaust fan keep air moving so the computer is cool. All this for under $200. You’ll find the Corsair 650D to be a very good case for building your next computer.

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