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Xigmatek Utgard Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

2010 has been a fantastic year for quality chassis design and today we are going to have our first look at a chassis from Xigmatek, a company better known for their coolers and power supplies.

Following with traditional Xigmatek marketing concepts, the Utgard is a product clearly paying homage to Tolkien fantasy roots. The case is a hybrid SECC and steel mesh design allowing for a maximum of 9 fans to be connected.

The case is offered in three versions: A solid side panel, a window and a metal mesh. We received the solid side panel flavour with dual fan mounts (pictured below).

Product Overview

  • All mesh design on front panel.
  • Screw-less tooling for 5.25″ bay installation.
  • Screw-less tooling for expansion slot installation.
  • Four 3.5″ HDD in three 5.25″ bay adapter.
  • Preinstalled 170mm top orange fan with white LED.
  • Preinstalled 120mm front and rear orange fans with white LED.
  • Two RPM speed control knobs for six fans.
  • Back window for easy CPU cooler back plate.
  • Back holes and clips for cable management.
  • Anti-vibration rubber for PSU.
  • 222(W) x 515(H) x 490(D) mm (8.7*20.3*19.3 inches)

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