Looking for a budget case that can house a good gaming setup? Today we would be looking at a chassis that fits that criteria. One of Xigmatek's new offerings is up for review, the Soundwave A ATX chassis. Read on and see how well this chassis fit hardware as we check it out today.
Xigmatek's Take on the Soundwave A
The Advanced comes with a new exterior design which is stylish and elegant while still supporting dual optical disc drives and front and back fan installation.
Like the Soundwave, the Soundwave Advanced supports VGA cards up to a massive 390mm and CPU coolers as tall as 165mm.
With more drive bays and fans than the average user needs and being able to support larger PSUs, Graphics Card and CPU coolers, the Soundwave Advanced is perfect for all kinds of users.
- Stylish, sophisticated design with quality finish.
- Large rubber foot-stands for reduced vibration/noise and greater underside heat dissipation.
- Supports dual external 5.25” drives.
- Drive bays support 3*3.5” and 4*2.5” hard drives.
- Can house larger sized PSUs.
- CPU cooler clearance 165mm.
- Maximum graphics card length a massive 390mm
- 7* add-on card slots.
- Cable management options.
- Back of motherboard cutout for easy cooler installation.
- Manufactured with sturdy but light materials
- PSU placement at rear base for stability and thermal efficiency.
Let's take a look at the Soundwave A on the next page.