get the latest hot offers
Xigmatek Midgard Pure Black Edition Gaming Case
Description:Midgardâ€ť - home of mankind and protected by Thor, God of thunder, and his hammer. Signalizing the strength of diviness and mercy, but at the same time proprietaring the hardware you built in. Combined design and features such as black coated SECC and steel mesh are spotlighting your chassis when your system is built. Furthermore this chassis is supplied with 2 x 120mm pre installed fans (orange blade and black, transparent housings), but another 5 fans can be mounted in different areas for best possible airflow. 5 x 5.25" bays will be able to house all your optical drives, but also 5 trays for your 3.5" and 2.5" HDDs are available so you can feel free by "DIY". Tool free design and a "gorgeous" outlook are only a few points why this chassis is a "must" not only for enthusiast but also for pc beginners.
|Classic chassis exterior contains pure black coating interior even with each screw. It is more elegant and fancy design than any other mid-tower chassis with ATX and Micro-ATX form factors.|
|Midgard was designed by gaming and cooling thinking within tool-free hard drives and add-on card installation, easy installation CPU cooler back plate window, four pipe holes for water cooling system and seven cooling fan space at most.|
|0.7mm SECC chassis body, both side 5.25" tool-less holders, anti-vibration rubber on PSU space, and HDD tray with rubber screw holes are all the user-friendly and system-stable concepts.|
|Screw-less tooling for 5.25" bay installation.|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Question by Danny
would thisn case be suitable for a Gigabyte GA-MA78LMT-US2H motherboard?
Answer by Mohameda on Tuesday, September 27, 2011
yes that motherboard should fit in that case
Comment by Danny
would this case be suitable for Gigabyte GA-MA78LMT-US2H motherboard?
Response by daniele
Suitability by Xigmatek midgard case
Hi, will the case be suitable for A m/b ASUS P5qPRO type ATX with dim's 12"x10.5"
Answer by stewartz on Monday, August 22, 2011
As long as it is a full ATX board it should be fine. E-ATX boards are not supported.
Question by JamesS
Answer by andrewn on Monday, July 11, 2011
That should fit, yes.
compatible? by Harry
Answer by jorged on Monday, July 11, 2011
while i can not guarantee the compatibility this should be fine.