a5cent Posted September 21, 2013 Share Posted September 21, 2013 Hello all I own an Obsidian 650D case and I love it! Easy to build in, easy to route and hide cables, and best of all, it neatly fits my custom dual-block water-cooling loop. Last but not least, it looks awesome! The monolithic and clean front panel exudes quality. I'm now looking to build a second system. Preferably mini-ITX, possibly micro-ATX. Naturally, the first place I came looking for a case was Corsair, but unfortunately I wasn't able to find what I'm looking for. These are my problems: 1) micro-ATX The Obsidian 350D would seem like the natural choice, but I just can't pull the trigger. I find the front panel hideous. The ventilation intakes that span the front's circumference and the IO panel ruin it for me. If the IO (USB+Audio) had been moved to the top panel, I think the 350D could have carried forward the same front panel aesthetics of its larger sibling. I don't have much hope, but I'm desperate enough to ask if something can be done about this. Is it possible to get the front panel from the 650D onto the 350D? By case moding? Maybe get something custom built? 2) mini-ITX It seems the Obsidian series is missing a mini-ITX variant. Does anybody know if we can expect something of that sort in the near future? A mini-ITX case with enough room to mount a dual radiator at the top and a full sized ATX PSU at the bottom would be awesome. Hopefully with a return to the 650D's aesthetics ;-) Any chance of that happening soon? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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