Xigmatek debuts the Odin tower case

Posted on Tuesday, Mar 18 2014 @ 13:28 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Xigmatek introduces Odin, a new tower case marketed as "the first silent optimized chassis with integrated performance mode". The most special feature of this case is the to panel, with the top panel down you enjoy silent computing but with a simple click on top it opens up to switch to performance mode with dual top exhaust fans.
  • Includes pre-installed high performance silent Xigmatek XOF fan with FCB (Fluid Circulative Bearing) for ultimate exhaust capabilities.
  • User friendly 10mm space between the side panel and the back of the motherboard for extensive cable management. Included rubber garments for additional cable management.
  • Can mount up to 330mm Gaming Graphic cards
  • White LED Xigmatek Logo brings the chassis to life in the dark
  • Thick side panels makes the chassis strong and secure.
  • Includes 7 add-on card slots
  • 2 x Water cooling tube holes on the rear of the chassis
  • Rubber grommets pads the cable management holes which makes the chassis look clean.

  • Top panel hidden I/ O panel includes 2 x Super-Speed USB 3.0, and 2 x High speed USB 2.0, HD Audio In/Out jacks, Power/Reset.
  • Capable of mounting E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, and Mini-ITX Motherboards.
  • Innovative 7 X 3.5” HDD can be converted to 2.5” SSD for easy mix and match.
  • Included 3 External 5.25’ bays with quick release.
  • Quality Silent sound dampening material used on front and side panels.
  • Innovative performance mode with just a simple click, the top will rise and the fans will automatically turn on.
  • Xigmatek Odin

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