Corsair 250D Mini-ITX Case

9.7 Overall Score
Quality: 10/10
Room in Case: 9/10
Watercooling!: 10/10

Clean | Fun to build | Watercooling in a SFF Case

More room on Radiator side for access to memory

My Conclusion

I believe the build turned out VERY well.  The construction of the case is very well done,  but when your purchasing parts and stuff from Corsair, quality is sort of assumed.  Some of the front panel lights, and button cables were not as long as I would have liked to be able to really tuck them in, so you had to improvise a little.  This wasn’t a huge problem at all, as it looks nice with the case together 100%,  But the OCD in me really wanted to do a lot more with cable management.  However, I think in a Small Form Factor case, cable management isn’t really a realistic “want”.  I really liked how you had room for 2 x 2.5″ drives, 2 x 3.5″ drives and a CDROM.  Best of all worlds.  The size was a bit bigger than some of the other Mini-ITX cases,  but over all it was small and nimble.  You could easily bring this to LAN parties very easily.  The put together look also looks pretty amazing.

Simple viewing pleasure.

Window at the top of the case allows you easy look in at your cooling.  Waterblock visible.

What else can I say?  I really enjoyed this build.  I am working on coming up with other ways to build things out, with this case in mind.  Custom water loops, and much much more.

Let us know what you think of the build in the comments.


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