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post #1 of 5816 (permalink) Old 08-22-2012, 10:09 PM - Thread Starter
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14/01/13 Edit: User 'Master Freez' has kindly put together a small FAQ post here to answer questions that you might have about the 900D. So before you post about a question, please take your time and read the FAQ first to keep this thread well organized, thanks.

09/01/13 Edit: Woops, looks like the product page went down. Will update thread with official specs when it goes online again for convenience. At the meantime you could visit the promotional page for product info here instead.

08/01/13 Edit: The 900D has been officially announced today. Official specifications and product images can be found here in the product page.

Below are original content of the starter thread.

Can be expected in October to the major agent hands. The updated chassis flagship product 900D Godzilla

Price is unknown

Unfortunately the writing on the specs cant be translated as its a image, well you guys probably get the idea. Interestingly there are also other products down the pipe from Corsair according to the leaked slides...


mod e: images fixed, no need for a title change.

Edit: For those who might be wondering about the specs heres a rough translation by myself below.

Godzilla (900D)
Product model: 900D
Diemensions: I655x694x251mm (25.7x27.32x9.88in)

  • Extra large full tower
  • Motherboard format: ATX, E-ATX, XL-ATX, HP-ATX
  • HDD/SSD position: supports 15
  • Simultaneously support for two 480mm, two 360mm water cooling radiators
  • Front I/O panel
    Headphone port
    Microphone port
    Four USB 3.0 ports
    Two USB 2.0 ports

H80i/H100i update
Product name: H100i
Model: New (TBD)
UPC: New (TBD)
Package dimensions: Same as H100
Retail packaging: New design

  • New water cooling fitting could provide more strengthen thermal performance
  • 240mm water cooling radiator
  • Supports Corsair Link
  • New bracket design allows more convenient support for Intel, AMD CPU
  • Updated, better performance, thicker water cooling fitting design

Unnamed IMP (200R)
Product model: 200R
Product number: New (TBD)
UPC: New (TBD)
Diemensions: 470x440x210mm (18.5x17.32x8.27in)

  • Mid tower
  • Three tooless ODD installation slots
  • Four HDD tooless installation slots
  • Four SSD tooless installation slots
  • 7 PCI-E
  • Supports a maximum of 8 fans
  • Front I/O panel

Headphone port
Microphone port
Two USB 2.0 ports

I hope the translation makes things more clear smile.gif
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Wow, I really, really like that case.

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This & Prodigy are my next cases/projects.. drool.gif

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Reminds me of the Silverstone Temjin series

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So is it Godillza or Godzilla? Translation error or misprint?

Sure hope it has more 5.25 bays. Unless the front swings open for more. It does say 15 HDD/SDD so maybe the other number 15 is for the front bays.

If priced around the 800D, I'll be buying for sure. 480 up top and 360 on the side?

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I'm a die hard silverstone raven fan but after seeing what they did with the rv04 and seeing how sexy this looks I think this is going to be my case for haswell/Maxwell build I'm going to do!

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