Xigmatek was established in 2005 and ever since has been dedicated to providing the newest innovative technology with superb quality and excellent service. They pursue an aggressive-growth strategy with a great emphasis on research and development. Xigmatek has offices extending from America to Germany and even China, allowing them to have a worldwide presence. Xigmatek is confident with their experience they can provide the best in reliability and environmentally-friendly products.
Today I will be taking a look at one of their budget cases by way of the Mach which was Xigamtek’s first case release of 2014. The Mach though a budget case in rights is still designed with gamers and enthusiast’s in mind. The Mach features tool-less 5.25″ bays and support for graphics cards up to 390mm in length and CPU coolers up to 165mm tall. The Mach also comes equipped with 2x front panel USB3.0 ports and 2x 140mm (1x intake, 1x exhaust) to help make sure consumers are not at a loss when purchasing this case. It was designed to have a sense of speed and power and the two racing stripes/grills on the top also work as an exhaust for hot air.
Before we get into it let’s see what Xigmatek have to say about the Mach themselves:
From the beginning, we had a vision which was to include all the latest technology without the hefty price tag. Mach was designed with the most up to date technology such as USB3.0 x 2, tool-less 3 x External 5.25”bays, 3 x internal 3.5” bays or 4 x 2.5” bays. Another great feature that would impress gamers and over-clockers is that Mach will allow installation of up to 390mm graphic cards and up to 165mm tall CPU coolers which are an added bonus for all the enthusiasts.