Xigmatek has announced yet another enclosure named after a mythical god.
Xigmatek has built a new enclosure – the Odin. The enclosure is placed almost at the top of the company's tier of enclosures, only bested by the Elysium enclosure.
The rather sizable chassis measures a staggering 580 x 495 x 205 mm and is able to hold up to E-ATX motherboards, as well as graphics cards up to 330 mm in length. CPU coolers can tower up to 170 mm in height. The case also offers room for up to three optical drives, as well as up to seven 2.5" or 3.5" devices.
Regarding cooling, the chassis is pre-equipped with a single 120 mm fan, though has room up front for either a 140 mm fan or two 120 mm fans, along with bottom and side room for either a 140 or 120 mm fan, topped off with room for two 140 mm fans up top. Intriguingly, the case's top fans can be sealed off and turned off to engage a 'quiet mode.' The two panels up top can be clicked down or up, respectively turning the fans off or on.
Front I/O connectivity is taken care of by two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, as well as the standard set of HD audio jacks.
There was no word on pricing nor availability just yet.