Xigmatek Pantheon Review 12

Xigmatek Pantheon Review

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Value & Conclusion

  • The Xigmatek Pantheon is available for 79.90 Euro at Caseking, while the windowed version will set you back 89.90 Euro.
  • Excellent price /performance
  • Three LED equipped fans included
  • Two hot-swap bays
  • All hard drive bays easily accessible through the front
  • Excellent cable management possibilities
  • Plenty of space for water cooling
  • Spacious interior
  • USB 3.0 connectivity
  • Large opening in the mainboard tray
  • Can hold large graphic cards and CPU coolers
  • Thumb screws for expansion slots
  • Manual fan controller
  • LED of fans can be toggled
  • Available in four versions
  • Hot-Swap connectors could be of better quality
  • You will loose LED feature if you replace the fans
  • Very long USB 3.0 cable, no adapter for USB 2.0 header included
  • Understated design may not be for everyone
Xigmatek is known for offering products with an excellent price performance ratio. While the Asgard and Asgard II aim to give you good and functional enclosures at an incredibly low price point, the Utgard ventured further, offering extended functionality with an interesting price tag. The Pantheon goes a bit further, keeping a very impressive low price, but improving on the features of the Utgard and further extending the list, offering aspects which are important to users nowadays. This leaves us with one question: Have they managed to hold true to their philosophy of an excellent price / performance ratio? In my humble opinion, the Pantheon manages to impress with the interior design, the functionality and its features - making it a great new addition to the Xigmatek case line-up at a very competitive price. The large and spacious interior, hot-swap hard drive bays, interesting cooling, water cooling compatibility along with the fully featured control panel up top, make the Pantheon an excellent buy.
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