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Xigmatek Intros Pantheon ATX Mid-Tower Case

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  1. btarunr

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    Xigmatek is ready with its newest PC case, the Pantheon. This ATX mid-tower comes in four variants: Pantheon Black (all-black, with an extra intake instead of a side window), Pantheon Black W (all-black, with a side window), Pantheon Silver (has two chrome lines running down the front), and Pantheon Silver W (the same, with window). The case measures 206 (W) x 543 (H) x 500 (D) mm, has a perforated metal front, including perforated drive bay covers. Interiors are all-black, too; including tool-free drive and expansion card retention knobs.

    A unique feature here is the air-intake and 3.5" drive cage design. The front panel over the drive cage area is detachable, giving you access to six hot-swappable 3.5" drive trays. Instead of its conventional location, the air-intake fans are moved to its side, consisting of no less than two 120 mm spinners. Other fans include one 140 mm rear, and slots for one bottom intake, two top exhaust. The motherboard tray has holes that help with cable-management, and a cut-out at the CPU socket area to help manage coolers with back-plates. Front-panel includes two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, apart from audio. The company did not give out a price.

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    Looks real nice....
     
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    looks like it might be a nice not too pricey solution.

    I'm still waiting for some company to come with a GOOD medium end matx/atx medium size case with usb 3.0 and a place to put 2,5 inch SSD's in.. And decent fans and dust filters if possible? Anyone knows one? :p
     
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    This Xiggy case looks pretty sharp! I wish the pics were larger?

    The Haf-X has those features, but it's not a mid tower.:ohwell:
     
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    Been loving the Xigmatek cases here latelyl;
     
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    If it's in the $75 range, they've got a winner.
     

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