Xigmatek Asgard Pro

Xigmatek Asgard Pro
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The power supply is located in the bottom section of the case. There’s an easily removable dust filter attached to the slot. The filter is accessed from the rear section of the case and does not require removal of the PSU.

Xigmatek Asgard Pro
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Asgard Pro is also designed for water cooler demands. There are two water tube holes located in the upper section of the rear panel for both external water tank or radiators use.

 

Xigmatek Asgard Pro
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Let’s take a quick look inside the case itself. The 5.25″ slots and 3.5″ slots are located at the front section of the case and all HDD:s are installed in the same direction as the case is. Personally, I prefer the cases where the HDD:s are installed in 90° position compared to the case. This way all the HDD:s are easily accessable even when there’s large graphics card and motherboard installed within the case. The longest graphics card installable to Asgard Pro depends on HDD positioning but we did not have any problems with either Radeon 6850 or 6770 in this case.

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Asgard Pro does not have a removable motherboard trail. Installation of coolers is made easy though thanks to the empty section in the motherboard section. This allows installation of large bolt-through coolers without removing the motherboard. Cable management is made easy and there is enough space between the right sidepanel and motherboard trail for cables. There’s also a couple slots for cable tighteners to tighten up the cables you decide to put between the right panel and trail.

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