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The Xigmatek Elysium is the largest full-tower desktop chassis of Xigmatek, the enclosure is undoubtedly one of the largest mainstream solutions available.
Fits any big size motherboard out there.
Dual power supply capability.
Numerous cutouts facilitate cable management.
Dual quadruple fan power connections.
Top docking station.
Affordable price level for a classy big tower.
Support for EVGA SR2 and HPTX form factor motherboards.
Seven grommetted water cooling holes.
Four preinstalled whiteLED fans.
Optional casters included.
Two 4pin Molex to 5 x 3pin fan adapters.
Great cooling performance.
Massive storage capacity.
Front panel USB 3.0.
Twelve 5.25 inch bays.
USB 3.0 cables are too short.
No Fan control.
No on/off LED function.
Mesh film filter prone to fraying compared to tapered edge or foambased filters.
No 2.5"/SSD mounting option.
No auxiliary power extension cable or speaker.
Fans are a bit loud.
By Overclockers Club on December 21, 2011
Overall, this case wasn’t up to my expectations. The case was so focused on being large that it forgot that someone would eventually have to put hardware in it. It might look nice on the outside, but it’s rather rough on inner workings. The...
By MadShrimps on October 30, 2011
I can only compare this full tower case with my good old trusty Lian Li big tower case. The Elysiums storage capacity is huge. My god who's ever gonna fill up them 12 5.25" drive bays ? The included two "4 in 3" HDD cages are a joy to work with....
By APH Networks on September 16, 2011
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By Hi Tech Legion on September 08, 2011
The Xigmatek Elysium is extremely spacious inside. It can house an HPTX form factor so that means you can throw in almost anything. You can install an EVGA SR-2 and a triple 140mm fan radiator and still have room for a reservoir inside. You can even...
By VR-Zone on August 06, 2011
Quality (30% of the total score) The manufacturing quality of the Elysium is exceptional, even for a case of its class. Despite the massive proportions and substantial weight, the steel body of the Elysium is sturdy like a rock. There are no sharp...
By TechReaction.net on July 29, 2011
The Xigmatek Elysium lives up to Homer’s description of being a paradise. The Elysium was great to work with, and full of great features. It’s impossible to argue with the space and flexibility afforded when you have a dozen full-size drive...
By Kitguru.net on July 21, 2011
Xigmatek have been earning a solid reputation among the enthusiast community for their high quality range of products. Today we are looking at the gargantuan Elysium case, which on paper looks to be possibly one of the best value and most capable...
By Bit-tech.net on July 15, 2011
The most pleasing fact about the Xigmatek Elysium is that it finally fills a long standing gap in the market. Finally there’s a large, sub-£200 case that's has been designed with water-cooling in mind. The fact you can fit a triple 140mm...
By TweakNews on May 03, 2011
So, you're unsatisfied with your current full-tower case? Not enough room? Too plain? Well, Xigmatek may have the answer. Their new Elysium is one of the largest chassis' on the market and will even support the huge SR-2 (HPTX) platform. With...
By techPowerUp! on April 25, 2011
The Xigmatek Elysium shows once more what is possible - especially for the price. While any case with a HPTX compatibility generally comes at a price or with a price premium due to the materials used, Xigmatek once more focuses on a very effective...
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