At CES Corsair has introduced their first ever Mini-ITX case, the Obsidian Series 250D. Since this case is part of the Obsidian Series we can expect it to be very high quality. The case itself is made of brushed aluminum and solid steel. The Obsidian Series 250D is also Corsair’s smallest case to date.
The case does give you a lot of room inside to build a pretty awesome LAN box. You have 290mm of graphics card space and 200mm of power supply space so you can fit in standard ATX power supplies. As far as storage goes you have room for a single 5.25-inch drive and up to 4 hard drives.
When it comes to cooling there are two fans that come included with the case (140 mm / 120 mm), but there is room for up to 5 fans in the case! If you want to go the watercooling route there is room for a 120 mm / 140 mm radiator on the front and a 120 mm / 240 mm radiator on the side. There is a top window that will show off all of your hardware inside.
The Obsidian Series 250D will be available a little later in January with a suggested retail price of $89.99.
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