Xigmatek shows Mach computer chassis

Xigmatek shows Mach computer chassis

The Taiwanese maker of PC chassis, power supplies and cooling solutions Xigmatek has presented its budget-oriented Mach chassis. The new company product measures 410 x 180 x 405 mm but there’s no information on its weight. The chassis is made of zinc-coated steel and is colored in black on the outside and inside.

The new Xigmatek Mach fully supports ATX, mini-ITX and microATX motherboards and has enough space for three 5.25-inch devices, three 3.5-inch disk drives or four 2.5-inch drives and seven PCI-E cards. The video cards that are supported may be as long as 390 mm, while CPU coolers may be as tall as 165 mm. The chassis also supports ATX-compatible power supply units.

As to cooling and air flow, the Mach comes with three 120 mm Xigmatek fans located up front, on top and in the rear (the last one has blue LEDs). The case also supports liquid cooling solutions judging from the holes on the rear panel. Up front you will see two USB 3.0 ports and 3.5-mm jacks for speakers and microphones.

The Xigmatek Mach will be commercially available starting July 23. The case will cost just USD 49.99.

Source: Xigmatek

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