Corsair 350D Overview
For a full video overview of the Corsair 350D be sure to check out the video below.
The Obsidian Series 350D looks much like its bigger brother the 900D except it is much, much smaller. The actual dimensions of the case are 17.7″ x 8.3″ x 17.3″. The case is all black and that is currently the only color available from Corsair.
Starting out at the front of the case Corsair has gone with a brushed aluminum front bezel, which looks really good. At the top of the case you have a few connections. To the left are you audio connections (headphone & microphone) as well as a small reset button. To the right are two USB 3.0 ports. Right in the center is a larger power button that has activity LEDs on each side of it. Moving down there are two 5.25-inch drive bays.
All the way at the bottom of the case is a sleek Corsair logo. This bottom half of the front bezel actually pops off to reveal a large removable fan filter. Once the filter is removed you can take a look at the included 140mm intake fan.
At the top of the case is a large ventilated section where you can mount two 120 / 140mm fans and of course a 240mm radiator can fit up there as well. The side of the case has a nice large window to show off all of your installed hardware.
Moving around to the back of the case there are 3 watercooling holes. They are the ones that you will have to punch out of the case if you choose to use them. The back of the case also houses a 120mm exhaust fan. That gives you two total fans that are included with the case.
There are 5 expansion slots and of course your power supply will be mounted on the bottom of the case. You have a removable fan filter that comes out of the back of the case for easy cleaning.
On each side panel are two thumbscrews for easy removal. For those wondering the opposite side panel is completely plain.