Xigmatek Midgard Case Video Review

by FiXT     |     October 14, 2009

Xigmatek Midgard Case Video Review
A Hardware Canucks Product Showcase

Online: Xigmatek Website
Model Name: Xigmatek Midgard - Features, Specs, Images, Videos, and Reviews - TechWiki
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Warranty: 1 Year

Xigmatek has produced some very well received CPU coolers since their entrance to the North America market just a short time ago. They have prided themselves on generally good quality, as well as hitting the mark with a few products with the perfect price-to-performance formula.

Now they have progressed into something a little bigger, with their first computer chassis, the Midgard. With this case, Xigmatek is hoping to bring the same modest cost yet performance oriented solution to the desktop user, and offer consumers the complete cooling package all from one company.

The Midgard takes a fairly standard mid tower box design, and adds a unique flare, based on a black and orange colour scheme that really sets it apart. They have added little bits that are intended to make using this case simple. Included is the commonly seen tool-less drive system, along with expansion card retention clips. They have included plenty of dust filters, and while the case may modest in size, the potential is there for it to host a powerhouse of a computer, and keep it cool.

Unfortunately, their quest to create a low cost solution ultimately may have been a little too focussed on saving the buck. There is a fine line between creating a case that is price conscious yet still delivers the basic quality, and a case that is just plain cheap.

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