Xigmatek Aquarius Plus case has 10 fan spots and see-through front

Posted on Thursday, Sep 05 2019 @ 10:44 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Xigmatek introduces the Aquarius Plus, a new mid-tower that features a see-through tempered glass panel for not just the side but also the front of the case. If you keep your case meticulously clean, meaning free from dust and also with excellent cable management, this can result in very pretty views.

The case is designed for ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX form factor motherboards. It has ten 120mm fan mounts, supports CPU coolers with a height of up to 158mm, video cards of up to 360mm long, and watercooling radiators of up to 360mm.

Xigmatek offers the case in several editions:
Aquarius Plus
  • Aquarius Plus White (ATX, USB3.0x2+USB2.0x1, Front & Left Tempered Glass)?EN43668
  • Aquarius Plus White (ATX, USB3.0x2+USB2.0x1, Front & Left TG, 7PCS CY120 Fan, Frontx3+Bottomx3+Rearx1)?EN43675
  • Aquarius Plus WH/SL (ATX, USB3.0x2+USB2.0x1, Front & Left Tempered Glass, White Case+Silver Silk Print)?EN43682 li> Aquarius Plus WH/SL (ATX,U3.0x2+U2.0x1,FR&LF TG,7PCS CY120,FRx3+BTx3+RRx1, White Case+Silver Silk Print)?EN43699

    Xigmatek Aquarius Plus, a new generation Rainbow RGB PC case with front and left tempered glass, the case chassis designed for all major ATX, M-ATX and Mini ITX gaming or professional motherboard. Support 158mm CPU Cooler clearance and 360mm VGA card, up to 10 x 120mm fan or liquid cooling radiators top 240/360mm, right 240/360mm, and rear 120mm for excellent cooling performance. Special chassis design easy to do cable management and hide all the messy cables for a tidy display. Aquarius specially comes with see through tempered glass front panel; it is a perfect choice to display how beautiful your system build will be.
  • Aquarius Plus


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