Benchmark Reviews: Corsair is a widely known brand in the market thanks to its memory kits. However, since 2009, Corsair started entering new grounds like CPU cooling and PC cases. Those actions resulted in a very appealing Full Tower PC case; the Obsidian 800D, which won lots of awards in different countries because it presented tons of interesting features for high-end users. Of course, those features imply higher costs and therefore, the case is limited to high-end users only. In an attempt to bring a new contender and reduce prices, Corsair released the Obsidian 700D. The CC700D is quite similar to the 800D, but the side-panel window has been removed along with the hot-swappable drives bays, shaving $15 from the final price. Benchmark Reviews tests the Corsair Obsidian 700D Full-Tower Case to check if those removed features haven't diminished functionality and overall performance, and we'll see if it's worth saving $15 and get the 700D against the 800D.