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Xigmatek Elysium Review

We mounted a Cooler Master 700W PSU in the bottom of the case, and we were pleased to note that Xigmatek have included four rubber stops to help keep vibrations to a minimum.

Installing hard drives and optical drives is a straightforward process involving a catch locking system, with a rotating center piece. The manual isn’t that clear about how to install drives however, but we worked it out.

The case can accommodate graphics cards up to 430mm in length, which means even the super long AMD HD6990 fits with plenty of room left over.

Installing the motherboard is a painless process as there is so much room inside the case to work with. Even the Noctua NH D14 pictured above, looks rather small !

Watercooling radiators and power supplies can be mounted along the bottom or top of the case, giving plenty of options for the enthusiast user. For those with additional demands, we noticed that the roof could accept a triple 140mm radiator system while the front drive bay area also has space for radiators, as well as the bottom of the case. The combinations are almost endless.

Xigmatek earn bonus points, because they bundle four wheels with the bundle, which can be screwed into the bottom of the case as shown above. This means moving the case around the house is much easier (and trust me it is heavy when the system is built).

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