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XIGMATEK Announces Assassin Line of E-ATX Cases

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  1. btarunr

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    XIGMATEK announced Assassin, a new line of E-ATX full-tower cases, consisting of black and white versions, with windowed and non-windowed variants. The Assassin features a edgy design chrome accents lining the 5.25-inch bay covers, that run the entire height of the front-panel. The cases are made of SECC steel, and ABS plastic, with acrylic windows on the applicable variants.

    Measuring 210 mm x 500 mm x 500 mm (WxDxH), the Assassin tucks in enough room for E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX, or mini-ITX motherboards. It features three 5.25-inch drive bays, and eight 3.5-inch ones arranged along a single massive drive cage; both drive bay types are tool-free. The case features eight expansion card bays, so you could install a dual-slot graphics card even in the bottommost slot of your motherboard. The motherboard tray features valved flaps for cable management.

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    Ventilation on the XIGMATEK Assassin includes two optional 120 mm front intake fans, two top 120 mm exhausts, a rear 120 mm exhaust, a bottom 120 mm intake, and two 120 mm conveyers on the internal drive cage. The case allows you to install graphics cards as long as 32 cm (Radeon HD 6990 should fit), and CPU coolers as tall as 16 cm. XIGMATEK is yet to announce pricing.
     
  2. Vancha

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    It certainly kills me to look at the front.
     
  3. Dj-ElectriC

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    With this case design, it really feels like

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    For one moment, I thought TPU reposted the Article about Tt Chaser A31.
     
  5. d1nky

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    I haven't paid much attention to many cases, but I found what im putting my next build in!

    I like it, and whats the rrp?
     
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    Nothing about these cases impresses me...
     
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    Drop the windows and we'll talk. As always. :(
     
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    This doesn't look like a cooler master case in anyway... :banghead:
     

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