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Corsair Obsidian 250D Mini ITX




Overview:
If you want to build a Mini ITX system without sacrificing expansion, flexibility, or performance, the Obsidian Series 250D is your answer. Though it’s small on the outside, the 250D has room for standard components like a full-size 5.25” optical drive, a full-length GPU, a 240mm radiator, and even a full-size ATX power supply.

The sleek aluminum front fascia provides the striking yet subtle design that Obsidian Series cases are known for, and a top window gives you a close-up view of your high-performance components. The 250D is a great choice if you want full size performance in a small space.


Case Specifications: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
  • Aluminum front fascia and thick steel construction
  • Overall dimensions: 290mm (H) x 277mm (W) x 351mm (D)
  • Top window for component visibility
  • Thumbscrew backplate removal for PSU and hard drive access
  • Easily removed dust filters on all intakes
  • Simultaneously fit two 3.5”/2.5” drives, two 2.5” drives, one 5.25” drive, a full sized PSU, a 290mm long GPU, and a 240mm radiator
  • Front panel USB 3.0, headphone and mic ports, and power and reset buttons
  • Innovative three panel removal for sides and top panel, with thumbscrews
  • Front fan 200mm, 140mm, or 120mm compatible (AF140L 140mm included)
  • Side fans dual 120mm compatible (AF120L 120mm included)
  • Rear fans dual 80mm compatible
  • Tons of cable routing tie downs for easy cable maintenance
  • Tool free installation of all drives

Reviews: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Official Product Page:
http://www.corsair.com/us/pc-cases/obsidian-series-pc-case/obsidian-series-250d-mini-itx-pc-case.html

Tips & Tricks

  • Put some of your cables to go under your motherboard, the space between PSU and mobo is enough for routing some of misc cables
  • For Corsair H100i users. You can route your USB 3.0 front panel cables between heatsink and frame which will make it much better space efficient.
  • If you decide to buy corsair h100i GTX cpu cooler be wary as it wont fit with standard fans, you will need to order slim ones as the clearance is veeery thin with standard fans
  • You can remove one of HDD trays if it's not being used and shove some of PSU cables in there.


Hall of Mods Devastator 250d by omrheadshoto (Click to show)





  • Asus Impact Motherboard
  • Intel i7-4770K
  • 16GB Corsair Vengeance Pro 2400mhz
  • EVGA GTX 780ti Superclocked
  • Corsair Force GT 120GB SSD
  • 750GB WD Black HDD
  • Fully Watercooled


nwkrep82 watercooled powerhouse (Click to show)














SYSTEM SPECS:

  • CPU: Intel Core i5 4670K
  • Motherboard: Asus Maximus VI Impact
  • Memory: G.Skill Trident X Series 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 2400
  • Storage: Samsung Evo 120GB ssd
  • GPU: Sapphire Reference R9-290x


COOLING:
  • CPU: Corsair H100i w/ 2 Corsair PWM SP120 Performance Edition fans for cpu cooling
  • CASE: 2 Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPro PC-P 80mm x 15mm Ultra Silent PWM fans for case exaust
  • GPU: NZXT G10 bracket; Noiseblocker NB-BlackSilentPro PE-P 92mm x 25mm Ultra Quiet PWM fan for VRM cooling and NZXT X40 w/ 1 Corsair AF140 and 1 AF140 LED fans PP on rad; Heatkiller backplate

r5-1600 4.0 1.337vcore 2735 cb20 score
amd wraith prism cpu cooler
b450m asus prime motherboard
16gb ddr4 2933mhz oc'd cl 16 hyperx ram
gtx 1050ti 4gb low power
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