Xigmatek Pure Black Asgard Pro Case Review
One of the reasons I am a fan of Xigmatek is because they think outside the box when it comes to their products. One of the first things that come to mind was the integration of the heat-pipe direct transfer technology or H.D.T. And then there was the black coating that was spread over their heat sinks like the Dark Knight. To top it off even with being one of the first to implement anything new they really don’t over-charge for their products. I guess you can say there is a good price-to-performance ratio when it comes to using anything from Xigmatek.
Our next product on the table isn’t displaying any new break-thru technology but a lot of class at a great value. The all-blacked out Asgard Pro is a very simplistic case which I think demonstrates style and class that will not empty the old bank account.
Xigmatek’s take on the Asgard Pro
"Asgard"-The Property of Æsir and castle of Odin. As the country of Gods, the inviolable Asgard is the world's first black coating entry-level chassis - milestone. Furthermore this chassis is supplied with 2 x 120mm preinstalled black fan, and 5 more fans can be mounted in different areas for best possible airflow. 3 x 5.25" bays will be able to house all your optical drives, but also 7 trays for your 3.5" HDDs are available so you can feel free by "DIY". Tool free design and a "gorgeous" outlook are only a few points why this chassis is a "must" not only for enthusiast but also for pc beginners.