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I'll start off by saying that, although the results from the testing aren't astonishing on the graphs themselves, this is only because of the small spreads of only a few degrees in each test. Even having one or two degrees difference, which isn't critical, takes you all the way to the end of the graph. Aside from that, I feel that the Obsidian 650D is an excellent case and is very well-designed. It has a sleek look with thoughtful engineering, while not having anything flashy just for looks. I respect manufacturers that lean toward the elegance of integrating function with the look of a case and not just adding plastic molded bezels or LED case fans to make a product look good. A good example of this is the front fan filter. It is seamlessly integrated with the front bezel, yet it is easily removed with the spring loaded lock at the top of it. Another point is the I/O panel, hard drive dock, and fan controller. I've always enjoyed seeing "James Bond"-type features that are completely hidden, but with a simple flick or press of a button, they're exposed and ready to work. To me, it really amps up the style of the case.
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Intel 520 120GB SSD Cooler Master Nepton 240M LG 23MP65HQ-P  Super Flower Leadex Gold 750W 
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NZXT S340 SS Kinzu V2 
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