Xigmatek shows the more compact Aquarius S

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 07 2021 @ 11:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Xigmatek introduces the Aquarius S -- a more compact version of the Aquarius Plus. The latter was launched in 2019 and the new model shrinks the dimensions from 415mm x 280mm x 427mm to a slightly more compact 349mm x 285mm x 430mm (L x W x H).

In terms of motherboard support, there is no change, both the S and the Plus version support Mini-ITX to ATX form factor motherboards. Storage support is almost the same, there's room for two 2.5" SSDs and two 3.5" HDDs. The Aquarius S even allows the mounting of an additional 2.5" SSD on the rear panel.

The biggest difference between the cases is that the Plus model supports a 360mm long video card whereas the S version is limited to 320mm. Fan support is also reduced, the Plus supports a maximum of ten 120mm fans whereas its more compact brother supports a maximum of five fans.

The Aquarius S is designed to really show off your hardware -- it has a large tempered glass front and side panel. Based on the specification sheet, RGB LEDs are not included with the case but the I/O panel does have an RGB LED switch. Pricing and availability is unknown.
  • Elegant and Easy Display Design
  • Strong and Sophisticated Chassis Structure
  • Crystal Clear Front and Left Tempered Glass Design
  • Superior Airflow and Ventilation Design
  • Easy SSD/HDD/PSU Installation
  • Easy Cable Management
  • Multiple Cooling Fan placement up to 5 x 12cm Fans
  • Liquid Cooling Radiators Compatibility :
  • Top 240/280mm, Bottom 240/280mm and Rear 120mm
  • Aquarius S

    Aquarius S

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