Xigmatek debuts the Midgard IV PC case

Xigmatek debuts the Midgard IV PC case

Xigmatek has designed a new PC case that the company unveiled at the just finished Computex 2016 exhibition. The case is called Midgard IV and it follows the new trend of having two internal compartments – the new PC case has a top compartment where the motherboard and all the expansion cards reside and a bottom compartment where storage drives and the power supply unit are situated.

The Midgard IV measures 510 x 210 x 530 mm and thanks to these dimensions the case has enough internal space to house CPU coolers that are up to 170 mm tall, video cards that are up to 450 mm long and even E-ATX motherboards. In the bottom compartment users can install up to three 3.5-inch hard drives and up to four 2.5-inch drives – all at the same time. The case is also compatible with liquid cooling solutions – owners can use radiators that are as large as 360 x 120 mm. And up front the Midgard IV has three 5.25-inch drive bays that can be taken out in case of need but it is good to notice that the case supports optical storage drives. Speaking of this when these drive bays are in the case the room for a radiator goes down to 240 x 120 mm.

It is unclear when the Xigmatek Midgard IV will be in stores and how much it will cost, which is the only piece of sad news regarding this innovative PC case.

(picture courtesy of Techpowerup)

Source: Techpowerup.com

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