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Yeah is kinda big, I like it though. And as George said, it was what we asked (not me particularly, but the majority). It's already on my amazon's cart... Out of stock hahha biggrin.gif

I don't see it on Amazon at all confused.gif
Got a link?
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I don't see it on Amazon at all confused.gif
Got a link?
I wonder if they had any in stock to begin with.
http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Obsidian-250D-Mini-CC-9011047-WW/dp/B00HFRTF5W/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1389131791&sr=8-4&keywords=corsair+250d
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So can anyone confirm what radiator size fits in the sidepanel? Because as mentioned it really looks like the H100i's 25mm thick radiator is the only thing that'll fit, which coupled with what seems like a lazy use of its space makes this pretty dead to me. frown.gif
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Doubt you could get a dual 80mm rad in the back at the same time as a 240mm rad on the side. Also, it's only a 240 on the side, not a 280. Watercooling capability looks pretty similar to the Prodigy.
The rear 2x 80mm do not block the 240 on the side. As it is on the rad side, it wont go past the mobo.
So it will work fine.
    
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So can anyone confirm what radiator size fits in the sidepanel? Because as mentioned it really looks like the H100i's 25mm thick radiator is the only thing that'll fit, which coupled with what seems like a lazy use of its space makes this pretty dead to me. frown.gif
At most I'd say a 30mm thick rad might fit.

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The rear 2x 80mm do not block the 240 on the side. As it is on the rad side, it wont go past the mobo.
So it will work fine.
The rear 80mm fans won't block it, but a dual 80mm radiator very likely will. People seem to forget the endtanks on radiators, which add a good 30-40mm to the length over just the fans (e.g., 240 rads are ~275mm long).
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its pretty good I think I like the fact that its obsidian look is consistent and it fits the required elements to the centimeter, no extra space and the space used is optimized .
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What does this have over the prodigy tho? In prodigy i can do 230mm intake fan and push/pull on a 240mm radiator. Plus this doesent even have handles! (which should be a must in an itx case imo).

The main thing corsair seems to be driving home about this case is PSU compatibility, but honestly you can fit most PSU's into the prodigy but its just really snug against the motherboard tray.

I dunno corsair, its cool but i actually think the prodigy is laid out better internally.
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its pretty good I think I like the fact that its obsidian look is consistent and it fits the required elements to the centimeter, no extra space and the space used is optimized .

Lots of wasted space. It is wider and taller than it should have been. Length is fine;not fitting the longest GPUs but most of them. They should have placed the PSU in front of the motherboard and ditched the ODD support and drive bays. I'm sure you could find some space to mount 2 ssds and a 2.5_inch drive or two without needing giant drive cages.
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That minimum clearance between the motherboard heatsink and fan/radiator is making me nervous.
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