Xigmatek Announces "Out of This World" Nebula Enclosure

Xigmatek has announced a new enclosure, which it describes as being 'Out of this World.' The case, which will be known as the Nebula, is a Mini-ITX enclosure with a very unique design that has been created by some Martians in a hut. Okay, we made that last one up.

The Nebula can fit Mini-ITX motherboards, graphics cards up to 200 mm long (meaning that it will fit the Asus DirectCU Mini graphics cards), full-size ATX power supplies, and CPU coolers up to 80 mm tall. As for storage, it'll be able to hold two 3.5/2.5" drives, though there is no room for optical drives. 

Cooling is handled by a single 120 mm exhaust fan, which can draw its air from the bottom of the enclosure. The fan is a Xigmatek 120 mm XOF PWM controlled unit.

Front I/O connectivity is handled by the usual pair of USB 3.0 ports and HD audio jacks.

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  • Oooh, I like it. I'm going to wait for some reviews, but that's a very attractive case, especially if it's as small as it should be.
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  • Would not look out of place in the living room.
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  • 1 additional 2.5” SSD mounting holes inside chassis
    All 3 side panels are tool-less and designed with quick release mechanism.
    Web Site:
    http://www.xigmatek.com/product.php?productid=219&type=overview

    user guide:
    http://www.xigmatek.com/console/uploadfiles/Image/product/Nebula/Nebula-UserGuide.pdf

    Not the way to do the install:
    http://www.cowcotland.com/images/news/2013/06/computex-2013-xigmatek-lance-dans-mini-itx-nebula-3.JPG
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