Sunday, November 18th 2018

XIGMATEK Introduces the Zest PC Case

Xigmatek, a leading manufacturer of PC components and peripherals, today announced the availability of Zest PC case, a new generation Rambo RGB PC case with front and left tempered glass, the case chassis designed for all major ATX, M-ATX and Mini ITX gaming or professional motherboard available to the market, and E-ATX motherboard friendly.

Zest has 180 mm CPU cooler clearance and 430 mm for VGA card clearance. Support up to 220 mm bottom mount power supply for easy cable management and hide all the messy cables for a tidy display, Zest the latest innovation from Xigmatek, perfect for gaming and any professional system build.
Video Presentation of the case follows.


Zest is designed with idea of transmutability. Case chassis provide multiple choices of air cooling, water cooling and storage installing option based on user's demand and preference. It is able to support up to 10 x 120mm or 6 x 140mm or 4 x 200mm air cooling fan. For water cooling, it's able to support front 240mm/280/360mm, rear 140mm, and top 240mm/280mm/360mm. This is also to insure and provide great cooling experience for the build system.

Vertical VGA bracket
Zest pre-installed with vertical VGA bracket, it is able to install the VGA card vertically for great display of the PC build and also prevent the damage of motherboard due to the heavy weight of VGA card.

Decide your own driver
Case chassis is designed to support HDD bracket. (Max. 4, 2 pre-install as 1 at bottom and 1 at left chassis) Each of the brackets can support 2 x HDD/SDD combo slot. User can adjust or modify the build based on the driver demand as well.
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10 Comments on XIGMATEK Introduces the Zest PC Case

#1
Basard
I loled at the end of the vid when the red came shooting out... jesus.

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#2
atomicus
For something named 'zest', it oddly lacks any, and in fact makes me feel nothing but apathy, indifference and distaste.
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#3
Blair Perra
Basard said:
I loled at the end of the vid when the red came shooting out... jesus.


No worries, it's just a 2080 on FIRE! trescool.
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#4
ZoneDymo
ok lets add to big a$$ fans for airflow... and then, AND THEN, lets like put them behind glass so they dont actually move much of anything!
Brilliant
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#5
GlacierNine
I look forward to seeing Darksaber give it a glowing review because it looks nice without actually testing noise, or thermals.
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#6
intelzen
one might think that you need a way for air to enter from front panel or else what is the point of 2x200mm fans, but I say - that is old 21 century thinking, Xigmatek has some next level shyte right here - the front panel fans will create a vacuum that will quantum teleport air molecules through that glass. And those fan LEDs will concentrate light in so dense space that it can create mini black holes that will bend the fabric of space-time so much that it can cool your case with the air from the past.
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#7
GlacierNine
intelzen said:
one might think that you need a way for air to enter from front panel or else what is the point of 2x200mm fans, but I say - that is old 21 century thinking, Xigmatek has some next level shyte right here - the front panel fans will create a vacuum that will quantum teleport air molecules through that glass. And those fan LEDs will concentrate light in so dense space that it can create mini black holes that will bend the fabric of space-time so much that it can cool your case with the air from the past.
Well, at least we're in no danger of Darksaber proving you wrong.
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#8
bonehead123
intelzen said:
the front panel fans will create a vacuum that will quantum teleport air molecules through that glass. And those fan LEDs will concentrate light in so dense space that it can create mini black holes that will bend the fabric of space-time so much that it can cool your case with the air from the past.
No, they just made a minor adjustment to the hiesenberg compensators to make the cooling process instantaneous with the start of the transporter cycle, which beams the heat to the other side of the delta quadrant, where it will be used to humiliate and completely destroy the collective once & for all :D
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#9
SIGSEGV
very bad airflow design especially to intake airflow.
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#10
MEC-777
All I can think of is the old Zest soap commercials from the 90's. lol
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