Xigmatek Utgard



If you look at the Xigmatek Utgard’s features and specifications, they read like those of an expensive chassis from a Tier 1 manufacturer. The Utgard has an abundance of front-panel I/O connectors, a
built-in fan controller, mesh front and top bezels, and a mostly tool-less design. The interior of the case is even painted black to match the exterior. But the Utgard is actually tied for the least expensive offering
in the group at $59.
Obviously, for under 60 bucks, the Utgard doesn’t have quite the build quality of the Pinnacle 24 or Silverstone FT02, but for the money, this case is great. There are numerous drive bays and plenty of pass-throughs to facilitate cable management. The Utgard is relatively quiet, and its performance was
decent. If you ask us, the Utgard looks pretty good, too. Users on a budget should give the Xigmatek
Utgard a serious look—this case is a heck of a value.


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