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Corsair - 900D ATX Full Tower Case

( 4.4 Average / 26 Ratings )






Part #

(or) CC900D




ATX Full Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility


Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length

500 mm / 19.685"


650 mm x 251 mm x 690 mm

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Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
Austin Computers $449.00 Out of stock $449.00+

Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


-HH- 9 points 45 months ago

Corsair need better quality control as I needed to fix a couple of things but nothing the realest of real -HH-'s can't deal with! Superb none the less.

R7m8 36 points 44 months ago
from completed build Storm Trooper build $4k

Very Impressed with this case. Tons of cable management options and easy access to everything

Jurunce_the_Mod_Guy 12 points 30 months ago

This case is very easy to work in, it's got 1 1/8 worth of cable management space, but its functionality is lacking. Airflow was a miss IMO, and the expansion slot screws are a ***** to get at with GPU's installed. It's also heavy too. And when I bought it, it was USD $299.99, so I can let it slide. But I can't give it enough respect because its functionality is something left to be desired.

With airflow in mind, you can make the argument that it's more of a watercooling case. That's correct, but for either air or liquid cooling, the heat exchangers love cool air, therefore keeping temps lower with nice airflow through your case.

Note to PCPP Staff: Any case that supports an EATX motherboard can therefore support SSI CEB motherboards without any modifications made to the case whatsoever. Such motherboards like the Asus X99-E-10G WS motherboard can easily fit into this case. Some cases like this one can easily fit an SSI EEB motherboard. Can you please correct this issue. Much appreciated :)

bobbylightdw 30 points 26 months ago
from completed build DeathStorm

It's a great case, lots of room for whatever you have in mind. worked great for watercooling with the massive set up that I have in it. y major quirk with this case is the screws for attaching the video cards and any other cards you may have - the frame on the windowed side comes out about 2 inches. making it extremely difficult to get the screws back in, they give you a special 90 degree screwdriver/allan key type deal to deal with this. But still quite difficult ot get in there.

Zotabear 20 points 23 months ago
from completed build AMD Big Red Ryzen Build

Very big and Bulky Nice layout with all the stuff you can do with this...would like to add this Tower is very outdated...no USB 3.1 front headers no 2.5 support on the alt side of the case like brackets. this was engineered for 3.5 bays and hot swap...after buying it my thoughts are save the cash and go with a newer version from Corsair or Coolermaster..Really for the Price of this beast it should have been updated with the 2.5 drive holders on the alt side panel and usb 3.1 support. as far as the product itself good construction very well laid out for older setups aka 3.5 HDDs . bottom vent panels open sometimes as the magnetic grasp fails to hold