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When it comes to leaking, they are done for a purpose and we got another leak on Amazon reported by Guru3d which is about the Corsair Obsidian Series 1000D Super Tower case which was revealed back in 2017 at Computex. While the Corsair 500D is out with two different versions, the full-tower 1000D is currently listed on Amazon.com although not available for purchase.
This case is huge because of its form factor and can take almost anything you want including long graphics cards, custom water loops, thick radiators, tall CPU coolers and more. The design is in fact very much similar to the Corsair 500D in appearance but has much more space and has a different interior. The specs listed on Amazon are:-
- The ultimate super-tower PC case, able to house the most incredible custom PCs
- Iconic and clean exterior lines, smoked tempered glass side doors and seamlessly integrated RGB lighting
- Integrated CORSAIR COMMANDER PRO fan and lighting controller
- Dual-system layout lets you install both an E-ATX and Mini-ITX system simultaneously
- Telescoping fan/radiator trays make it simple to install up to 20 fans
Although, these specs are not what one is looking for but it gives its overall view of what it is capable of. The case comes with dual tempered glass side panels and also with a tempered glass front panel that will allow you to see the RGB fans. Inside the case, most of the top space is empty which is to acquire thick radiators for enthusiast level of overclocking.
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The hard drive bay is just near the PSU shroud which looks significantly nothing to the size of the case and there are multiple rubber grommets occupied routeing holes on the motherboard tray which will allow neat cable management. There is a lot of space behind the motherboard tray for cable management which unfortunately doesn’t include straps for binding the cables together but a fan controller hub is present there which can be used for syncing the lighting effects of the RGB fans.
The case is said to be priced at $500 but right now it isn’t available on Amazon and there is no information on when it will come in the stock.