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Friday, 08 August 2014 06:56

Xigmatek Nebula tested

Written by Sanjin Rados

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Review: Even gamers could use it

Today we will be taking a look at the Xigmatek Nebula computer case. The Nebula is a mini-ITX chassis with a sleek and compact cube design, making it an interesting choice for home entertainment systems and offices alike.

Even gamers could use it, as there are already a number of powerful yet compact graphics cards and mini-ITX motherboards. The chassis can accommodate 175mm dual slot cards out of the box. It can take 230mm cards after you remove a single plastic component, which we plan to demonstrate later on.

With a volume of 22 litres, the chassis is big enough to cope with relatively powerful hardware, including proper ATX power supply units and big coolers.

Product Name

Nebula

Dimension

(L) 260x (H) 330x (W) 260mm

Drive Bay

3.5" Internal x 2 (tool-free retainers) or 2.5” Internal x 3

Expansion Slot

2 slots

Motherboard Support

Mini-ITX

Power Supply

Standard P/S2(ATX) or EPS

Cooling System

Rear fan: Preinstalled one 1200 RPM 120mm silent Xigmatek XOF black bladed fan

I/O Panel

USB 3.0 x 2 and HD Audio in/out jacks

Max Graphic card Length

230mm (after small adjustment)

Max CPU Cooler Hight

80mm

 

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