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Overclockers UK presents: Xigmatek Asgard Pro Midi-Tower Case

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The vastly successful Asgard chassis from Xigmatek shaped the industry when it was first released, offering an excellent price/performance ratio. The new Asgard Pro aims to follow in these footsteps while offering all the modern features needed to build a potent system, including a more flexible interior, upgraded air flow and proper inclusion of USB 3.0.

Xigmatek offers an small but certainly unique set of cases, which includes everything from the spacious but compact HTPC-Cube Gigas, the affordable Asgard series, the potent Midgard I and II to the Ultra-Big-Tower the Elysium. The Asgard Pro aims to take the entry level series to a new level, with the same genes that made the previous three Asgard cases such a success.

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Looks like a ok setup... but don't like.

1) no filters... :(

2) harddrive rack isn't facing outward.

3) no filters just ugly mesh, cuts down air flow but not dust

I have liked all Xigmatek cases... but nothing on this one is appealing