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Xigmatek Announces the Assassin Line of E-ATX Cases

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The Xigmatek Assassin full-tower chassis can accommodate E-ATX motherboards and features eight expansion card bays.

The Xigmatek Assassin is a full-tower enclosure that measures 210 x 500 x 500 mm (W x D x H), is constructed from a combination of SECC steel and ABS, and will be available in black and white variants with an optional acrylic side panel window.

As the title indicates, the Assassin doesn’t lack for space. It supports E-ATX motherboards, features three 5.25” and eight 3.5” tool free drive bays, and eight expansion card bays that support graphics cards up to 320 mm in length.

With regards to cooling and airflow, the motherboard tray features “valved flaps” for cable management, support for 160 mm CPU coolers, and space for up to eight 120 mm cooling fans to be installed (two front intakes, two top exhausts, a bottom intake, and two conveyors on the internal drive cage).

Xigmatek has yet to provide any pricing or availability information.

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    spentshells , April 25, 2013 4:20 AM
    Nice inside outside but I'm not really a fan of the exterior.
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    ammaross , April 25, 2013 6:06 AM
    Looks a lot like a rebranded Thermaltake Chaser A31
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    iamtheking123 , April 25, 2013 6:34 PM
    8 bays really isn't enough IMO. 3 graphics card, a network card, and a sound card, and you're maxed out. Or what if you want to run quad 670's?
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    Donsai , April 26, 2013 6:56 AM
    @iamtheking123: Let's see... 4 graphics cards, 1 network card, 1 sound card. By my math, that's 6. So how is 8 not enough?