Since the [TPU] Corsair Obsidian 350D M-ATX Chassis Pictured thread is getting to be more of a club thing than a news thing, some have suggested a semi-official club thread. There is a general Obsidian club run by Oupavoc, but lets see if there is interest in a solely 350D one.
Don't know of there is an 'official' way to go about starting one, but screw it, lets do it.
This thread is going to be for those that own the 350 a place to show off what they have, and for owners and potential owners to ask questions regarding the case: does this, or that fit, and so on.
If you have the case, post a pic in the thread, and ask to be added; if there is a machine name, or build log, say so, and lets see what we can get out there.New 13Feb15: Corsair is releasing a new front plate in the near future that is drilled out to allow better airflow into the the front of the case!Link to the new Front Plate on the Corsair Webstore
And for what its worth, we have been featured: www.corsair.com/blog
Owners:Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Panther Al "Red Titan"
Pupuw "BW 350D"
Oliver1234 Oliver's Build Log
Born For TDM
Kim Jong So Ill
Stock 350D 140mm fan specs:
Model: Corsair A1425L12S
RPM: 1000 RPM +/- 20%
CFM: 54.0 CFM
Static Pressure: 0.65mm/H20
Sound Level: 20dBA
Power Draw: 0.30A
Corsairs retail AF140 1400mm fan specs:
Model: Corsair AF140
RPM: 1150 RPM +/- 20%
CFM: 67.8 CFM
Static Pressure: 0.84 mm/H20
Sound Level: 24dBA
Power Draw: 0.10A
All 120mm based Corsair AIO's do fit without issues: the 140mm based ones as well, though you would have to mount them up front - or adjust the mounting of them up top off of the default positions.
The Swifttech 220X will fit up top; but modding the 5 1/4 bay may be needed.
Alphacools UT60 280mm rad will not
fit anywhere, but reportedly, the ST30 240 will fit in the roof as well as the front.
The AX240 has been shown to work both up top as well as up front.
The FAQ is a work in progress, so feel free to offer up questions that should be in it, and I'll put it together and get it on here.