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Old 09-20-2013, 09:42 PM
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One of the things that I really love about some of Corsair's cases is the easy access panels. It's one of those little innovations that you just can't believe nobody thought of sooner.

I hate dealing with misaligned side panels and the thumbscrews that won't go in unless its on there just right. From a maintenance standpoint it's just such a wonderful touch. That and having easy access to a GO2Bios button on certain motherboards is just such a boon.

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ya I was hoping to see some quick access panels on the 750D but it seems like its back to thumbscrews.
I agree. Shame on you, Corsair...

Nevertheless, it's very, very nice case.
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Old 09-22-2013, 05:24 AM
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Tweaktown has the announcement with the wrong price lol they have it at 250.00

http://www.tweaktown.com/news/33045/...sis/index.html


This time i saved it as a pdf in case it gets deleted

also read post number 135 from George
http://www.overclock.net/t/1423846/h...rsair-750d/130

Basically George said

If everything works right you can read the press release, see a few reviews, and then go buy it at your favorite store the same day.

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Old 09-22-2013, 09:09 AM
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I just posted this on the other thread:

http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showpost...46&postcount=5
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Old 09-23-2013, 05:10 AM
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This page give the model number CC-9011035-WW


http://news.softpedia.com/news/Corsa...e-384817.shtml

http://www.applied-computer.com/Inve...roupID=6833202

http://shop.neobits.com/corsair_cc_9...1035406272.php
http://www.xpcgear.com/corsair-cc-9011035-ww.html
http://www.rosekin.com/corsair-case-...il-p-6034.html
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oke guys! the first review is here http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/revie...l-tower-casing

and I dislike the review a lot

wheels? srsly? the case looks like a monolith, and they want wheels? bland design? imo one of the best in the market. sighhh...

not to mention corsair george said its a sub 200 usd case and they talk about singapore 299 being 240 usd ? something wrong there...

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Old 09-23-2013, 05:55 PM
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oke guys! the first review is here http://www.hardwarezone.com.sg/revie...l-tower-casing

and I dislike the review a lot

wheels? srsly? the case looks like a monolith, and they want wheels? bland design? imo one of the best in the market. sighhh...

not to mention corsair george said its a sub 200 usd case and they talk about singapore 299 being 240 usd ? something wrong there...
lol You think they didn't realize that the hard drive cage can go over top each other to give the psu more room
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http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cas...-750d-review/1

thats more like it! and they got the price right!
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its a nice case but id take the 540 air anyday...
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Well TTL's review is out and he gave the rundown. Turns out you can put fans in the bottom if you want.

Yup so pretty much perfect. 4 things however.

1.) Detachable side panels should be a standardized feature on all of your cases.
2.) Extend the bottom dust filter to cover the 2 120mm slots along the bottom.
3.) Take TTL's advice and put a little cover over that hole near the bottom.
4.) Take my Money.
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TTL?

This review has some nice photos
http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages..._review,1.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCqSFB1wWl0

Already up on Amazon Already ordered one :)
http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Obsidi...+obsidian+750d

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Yup so pretty much perfect. 4 things however.

1.) Detachable side panels should be a standardized feature on all of your cases.
2.) Extend the bottom dust filter to cover the 2 120mm slots along the bottom.
3.) Take TTL's advice and put a little cover over that hole near the bottom.
4.) Take my Money.
I understand they ditched the quick release latches for a clean look. But lats face it, the case is still a fairly large case. To keep the clean look i would like to have seen hinges on the panels with a latch in the back of the case. That would solve both issues for me.

Other than that I wan't one. Sadly I'm going to have to wait. It's either a set of tires or this case this month. Which sucks because I could buy 5 of these cases for what it costs me for 4 tires! :(
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guys,i wonder can we fit h110 cooler on the top or the bottom of the case as push and pull set up?
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guys,i wonder can we fit h110 cooler on the top or the bottom of the case as push and pull set up?
On top, yes.

The bottom is 240mm only.

Front can do a 280mm but the tubing probably won't reach.
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http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...odid=CA-157-CS
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How do the pre-fitted 140mm front fans stack up against the AF140 Quiet Edition fans (With coloured rings)? Any differences if performance or noise?

Also, I hear static pressure fans would work better for intakes at the front?
Is this true even with the air filter the 750D has?

I guess if I wanted SP fans I would need to down size to 120mm's too...
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