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SilentiumPC Announces Signum SG1X TG RGB Case

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Following the recent release of the stylish value-oriented Signum SG1/SG1M cases, SilentiumPC introduces the new top-of-the-line variant, Signum SG1X TG RGB. Compact and efficient, these value-oriented cases are designed to bring ODD-less designs to the lower price points. Combining pure functionality with a pinch of style, the Signum SG1X TG RGB is an excellent mainline case choice for any budget-conscious system builder and DIY user.

Inspired by automotive design, the distinctive, hexagonal side-vents are not only functional, providing ample airflow, but also a vital design element giving the Signum SG1X TG RGB its unique personality. The main highlight for the SG1X are two tempered-glass panels, covering the front and side, revealing four beautiful, ring-type Corona HP 120 RGB fans inside. Built-in Illumination and speed hub allows all the fans to be connected to a single RGB and PWM connector on the motherboard. Alternatively a simply Nano-Reset device is included, which turns the factory reset switch into an illumination controller.



In terms of functionality, this chassis was created with ultimate practicality in mind with internal layout radically simplified for ease of installation and maintenance. SilentiumPC Signum SG1X supports ATX, microATX and mini-ITX mainboards and offer plenty of space for latest VGA cards with a length of up to 325 mm as well as CPU air coolers with a maximum height of 161 mm. Users are able to install All-in-One water-cooling systems with 120/240 at the top and 120/240 as well as 360 radiators in the front.

Signum SG1X also features extra room behind the motherboard tray, with up to 35 mm, for straightforward cable management support with multiple grommets and cable tie mounts.

Top I/O panel features dual USB3.1 ports and is attached to the chassis, allowing easy removal of the front panel without the need of rearranging the cables.

Two thoughtful SSD spaces located on the backside of the motherboard tray allow for simply sliding the drives and securing them in place with screws. Two additional 2,5 or 3,5" drive spaces are positioned in more conventional spots: the drive cage in the lower chamber. The ODD drive bays have been omitted completely.

Proper airflow is ensured by utilizing the dual-chamber layout, as well as large vents in the front and top of the case. The SG1X boasts four Corona HP 120 RGB fans with the option of expanding by up to 8 fans in total.

The SilentiumPC Signum SG1X TG RGB is available as of today for a competitive price point of 66,00 € (incl. VAT).

For more information, visit the product page.

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