Xigmatek rolled out silent-oriented Odin tower case. Chassis features unique top panel which can be raised with a single click of a button.

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When the top panel is in its default position, it acts as a noise isolator. Once it's raised, fans underneath the panel automatically start spinning. Essentially, this allows switching between silent and high performance cooling modes. Odin also has noise dampening materials on side and front panels. Cooling system includes two 140 mm fans in the top, one 140 mm or two 120 mm in the front, one 120 mm (pre-installed) in the rear, one 120/140 mm in the bottom and one 120/140 mm on the side panel. Intakes are covered with dust filters. Two holes for routing liquid cooling hoses are present in the rear.

Xigmatek Odin measures at 580 x 285 x 495 mm. It supports E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards. Chassis has three 5.25 inch bays hidden behind front door and seven universal 2.5/3.5 inch bays with tool-less retainers. Odin supports graphics cards of up to 330 mm length and CPU coolers of up to 170 mm height. Motherboard tray has a large cut out for easier processor cooler installation as well as plenty of holes with rubber grommets for cable management. Front panel connectivity includes two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports, audio/microphone jacks.

Price is yet to be announced. For more information visit the product page.