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Testseek.co.uk have collected 43 expert reviews of the Xigmatek Midgard and the average rating is 86%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Xigmatek Midgard.
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  Published: 2010-07-20, review by: hardwareheaven.com

  • The quality of the Xigmatek Midgard case is better than most people would expect from a product in this price range. It is a well designed and durable case, carefully crafted to ensure a good user experience and the all black design gives it an extra ...

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  Published: 2010-11-03, review by: xbitlabs.com

  • Abstract:  The system cases from Xigmatek we have tested today leave us somewhat disappointed. On one hand, they try to stand out from the crowd and have high potential. But on the other hand, they are marred by small, yet annoying imperfections. In other words, they are already better than regular system cases but not...

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  Published: 2010-04-12, review by: rwlabs.com

  • Tons of cooling and side panel options, Toolless Design, SSD friendly hard drive trays, Plenty of airflow, Fan controller included
  • Cable management holes not in ideal places, PCI card clips a bit tricky
  • The Midgard-W has a lot to offer the system builder who wants some higher end options without having to spend a fortune on their case. With the ability to add four more fans and the included fan controller, you can have anything from a supe...

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  Published: 2009-12-23, review by: rbmods.com

  • Nice looking, Prepared for watercooling, Well packed, No tools required
  • No SSD support, Side door doesnt fit perfect
  • I have to say this is a nice mid class case, you can pick it up for around 50$ which is quite reasonable to this type of case. The setup was easy to install in the case and I had no issues with the installation process. The case looks quite nice with a...

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  Published: 2009-12-16, Author: Jake , review by: pureoverclock.com

  • With an aggressive price and a feature list as long as my component wish list, the Midgard is well priced and decked out. It has its shortcomings, sure, but for one of the first attempts by Xigmatek to enter the chassis market, it's incredible. It loo...

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  Published: 2009-10-06, review by: metku.net

  • Lots of ventilation possibilities, Cheap, Fan controller, Quiet fans
  • PCI quick locks, Inadequate dust filters, Stock cooling not up to the task, Lack of rubber lined holes for water cooling hoses while specs list them
  • There's a lot going for the Midgard and it's definitely a good first attempt at the case markets. For such an inexpensive case the feature-set is great. There are all the tool-less features, black frame, plenty of optional cooling possibilities an...

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  Published: 2009-07-08, review by: techpowerup.com

  • Great price / performance, Space for plenty of extra fans, Two silent 120 mm white LED fans included, Fan controller included, Dust filters on all active intake areas, Adequate construction quality, Four water cooling holes, Hole in the mainboard tray eas...
  • Screwless systems do not work well, Side panel openings allow clear view to cable mess of hard drives, Cable management "clamps" woefully inadequate, Cannot mount dual 120 mm radiator within the case, Opening for CPU cooler backplates should be larger to...
  • I have to admit, I was a bit sceptical when I was told that the Xigmatek Midgard will offer more "bang for your buck" at the given price point than any other chassis. Sure the case has a few shortcomings, like the inadequate locking mechanism for the e...

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  Published: 2009-10-14, review by: hardwarecanucks.com

  • Abstract:  We all know the name Xigmatek as being synonymous with high quality, high performance CPU and GPU cooling solutions. However, they have now released their first case called the Midgard which they hope will take on some of the best of the best in the $...

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  Published: 2010-01-22, Author: Chad Sebring , review by: tweaktown.com

  • For a chassis under $100, Xigmatek packs a lot of bang for the buck into this mid tower named Midguard. The build went smooth, as expected, and I found most, but not all of the tool-less features to do a good job at what they are built to do. The i...

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  Published: 2010-04-02, review by: tt-hardware.com

  • Avec le Midgard, Xigmatek gagne son pari. En effet, ce boîtier vendu aux alentours de 60 € n’affiche pas de réels défauts, que du contraire. La finition est sans reproche, les mécanismes de fixation des unités 3 ½ et 5 ¼ sont pratiques et efficaces, le...

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