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Xigmatek Launches their Eris M-ITX Case

Xigmatek Eris

Xigmatek Launches Eris Case

Xigmatek Launches their Eris M-ITX Case

 

With space becoming more and more a growing factor when planning out your room or office and the growing popularity of smaller yet powerful Mini-ITX systems the need for a smaller PC case has never been higher. The new Eris Mini-ITX from Xigmatek has a smart functional look with a compact design smaller than your average mini-tower giving you more space in your room or on your desk to work with.

 

Xigmatek Launches Eris Case  Xigmatek Launches Eris Case  

 

Dressed in matte-black steel, with faux brushed-metal front and measuring 225 mm x 355 mm x 180 mm (WxDxH), this case could is well suited to the living room, office or anywhere where a small case is required. It offers enough room for a 240 x 120 mm radiator allowing AIO watercooling units like the H100 to be mounted. There's room for CPU coolers as tall as 140 mm. Ventilation includes two 120 mm top exhausts, two 80 mm side exhausts, and an 80 mm rear exhaust. The case features passive intakes at several spots. 

The system includes a 5.25-inch drive bay, which could be used up to hold a 3.5-inch drive inside if you do not use an optical drive and there is also a single 3.5-inch/2.5-inch discrete drive bay. The case features two expansion slots, and can hold full height graphics cards as long as 300 mm allowing this case to be a compact LAN ready gaming rig.

 

Xigmatek Launches Eris Case  Xigmatek Launches Eris Case  

 

If you are wondering if this supports Standard ATX power supplies, I can confirm to that it does. The front I/ O panel includes 2 x USB 3.0, HD Audio In/Out jacks and the case includes a pre installed "silent 80mm Fan.

Xigmatek didn’t announce any pricing or availability details.

 

Join the discussion on the Xigmatek Eris Case on the OC3D Forums.

 

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04-11-2014, 18:09:25

BigDaddyKong
That does not look bad. It might have some potential, with those small 970's coming out. Just need a water block for it, and the fun could begin.Quote
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