I would like to thank Corsair for supplying the review sample.
We have reviewed most of the Obsidian series; that is, with a few exceptions. One such exception is the tiny but capable 250D, the smallest variant in its family of enclosures. This review of the Corsair Obsidian 250D will reveal whether Corsair managed to shrink the size of the chassis by as much as possible without compromising on any of the aspects that make Obsidian enclosures so appealing.
|Corsair Obsidian 250D|
|CASE TYPE:||Mini-ITX Cube|
|MATERIAL:||Aluminum, Steel & Plastic|
|DRIVE BAYS:||1x External 5.25"|
2x Internal 2.5/3.5"
2x Internal 2.5"
|DIMENSIONS:||351mm x 277mm x 290mm|
|FRONT FANS:||(x1) 120/140/200mm (140mm fan x 1 pre-installed)|
|REAR FANS:||(x2) 80mm (optional)|
|SIDE FANS:||(x2) 120mm (1 pre-installed)|
|I/O:||2x USB 3.0|
|Compatibility:||CPU Cooler: 95mm|
The Corsair Obsidian 250D ships in a compact cardboard package with an image of the chassis and some marketing text on the front. Turn the box around and you will find a blow-up diagram and some additional information. Both sides of the package hold a list of specifications and two more images of the Obsidian 250D.
Two foam spacers hold the enclosure in place, while a plastic bag has been put over the chassis to protect it from scratches and fingerprints.
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