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    Corsair 5000D

    Crisp, clean and brimming with potential.
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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    An actual possible replacement for my 750D airflow at last, you have my interest again Corsair! I am playing with ideas for an upgrade in spring so I will be keeping an eye on that!

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    That looks like the PSU will be very tight up against the HDD cages.
    Not an issue for some, who would just remove them, but for many an HDD is still the only affordable high-volume storage option...
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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Seems really versatile but what an ugly case and color scheme...

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Yeah don't think I'd personally buy another Corsair case

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    Yeah don't think I'd personally buy another Corsair case
    Why not? My last two builds have both used a Corsair case and I found the build quality to be generally pretty good. The only criticism I have for my Obsidian 500D is the lack of PSU tray (which is really quite annoying when trying to connect PSU cables Corsair!), seems like this new case also suffers the very same issue, it would make mounting / building a system much smoother from my experience with my old Lian Li case.

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    The only criticism I have for my Obsidian 500D is the lack of PSU tray (which is really quite annoying when trying to connect PSU cables Corsair!)
    God I was down there just recently and I'd forgotten that the shroud doesn't move, and access is only from one side. It is a pain, unlike the rest of the case.
    Unless the shroud does move and I've just missed it the entire time..

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    I actually really really like it. But looking at the 680x but this is a damn nice case. Thanks for the review.

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Its a nice case if you intend to fill it up with water cooling loops, otherwise a more conventionally cooled build will make the case look very empty, as illustrated in the Hexus build itself.

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Looks huge! But also looks great. Very clean.. Quite similar styling to Fractal Design. Not sure what I prefer however...

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Similar design to Lian Li O11 and actually might look a tad better imo. About £25 more though. Will have to wait for gamernexus to do a full review of it and see if it's worth it.

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    Re: Corsair 5000D

    Looks really clean and loads of room for massive rads but idk if I can justify double the price of 4000X which I'm planning on buying.

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