Xigmatek Utgard PC Case acknowledges your need for drive bays

by Rafael Hernandez on April 15, 2010 · 0 comments

Most case designs are now focused on getting as much airflow to your components as possible and supplying some much needed cable management options. That’s somewhat unfortunate for those that enjoy their drive bays.

The Xigmatek Utgard PC Case has enough drive bays for you to toss in fan controllers, hotswapping bays, and whatever else tickles your fancy. bit-tech has the details:

There’s a total of nine 5.25in bays (the same as the Antec Nine Hundred Two) and each has a pair of orange tool-less push-button clips which work well and secure or release your optical drive in a matter of seconds. There’s also a hard disk caddy which can hold up to four hard disks. This has a single 120mm fan attached, which is the only intake fan provided with the Utgard, and the only one which can be installed at the front.

If visions of SSDs filling every last inch of the case danced in your head? Well they sure did in mine.

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