Xigmatek has a small, but packed booth. They are displaying their first chassis, the Midgard. It is intended to compete with other mainstream enclosures like the Cooler Master 690. It comes packed with plenty of fans, a painted interior and great expandability. Then there are the new mainstream power supplies aimed to give you the best bang for your buck. They come in 400 and 500 W, but Xigmatek will extend the range in the future.
They are also showing off plenty of GPU and CPU coolers. There are three of which all can be used on most modern NVIDIA and AMD graphic cards. One of them has three direct touch heatpipes, so it can be used for cards with two GPUs on one PCB or on a single GPU card.
The CPU coolers are now all available as black variants as well and Xigmatek has created a new cooler with dual fans, as there seems to be a demand for such. The company will also be offering a small 1.8 inch external hard drive case with the storage already enclosed. It will come in three colors: white, purple and black.