Corsair 350D M-ATX Chassis Review
Peter Donnell / 6 years ago
First impressions of the 350D are really good, and as you can see, the left side panel has a clear acrylic window that almost takes up the entire side panel, providing a great view of the chassis interior.
The top part of the chassis features a large air vent with fan mounts for 2 x 120 fans or a 240mm radiator.
The right side panel features a plain finish panel which is held in place with a pair of quick release thumb screws.
Here we can see the pre-installed 120mm exhaust fan, below that you will find 5 expansion slot cover, each of which are fully reusable and pre-cut with ventilation.
A large air filter will help provide clean air flow to the PSU and its mounted on a sturdy slide out rail that makes removing and inserting the filter super easy.
One of the best features of this chassis has to be the front panel which somehow manages to look both understated and menacing at the same time thanks to the superb brushed aluminum panel and drive bay covers.
A pair of push-pop clips hod the front panel in place, allowing you quick and easy access to the front dust filter, which is also easily removed thanks to a simple clip system, behind this you will find a pre-installed 120mm intake fan, but there is more than enough room here for anything up to a 240mm radiator.
The front panel is modestly equipped with the usual selection of headset and microphone jack sockets and a pair of high-speed USB 3.0 ports.