The Case: Corsair's Obsidian Series 800D
There are several notable features visible in the case's interior. First, the area directly underneath the CPU can be accessed by a rear-mounted hatch. This vastly simplifies the mounting of certain heatsinks or coolers to the motherboard; it's no longer necessary to physically yank the board to swap out cooling solutions.
Corsair has designed the case to minimize cable clutter whether the customer is using air or water cooling. The plethora of pre-cut ports make it possible to reroute nearly every cable behind the motherboard, though this may require longer cables in some instances.
The front panel offers a standard series of connections—four USB 2 ports, a headphone/microphone jack, and a FireWire 400 port are all included. The case is apparently available without a side window, but both the SKU on Corsair's website and the case Origin sent us included one.