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Xigmatek Pantheon CPC-T46DB-U01 Black Full Tower Tower Computer Case no PSU

Xigmatek Pantheon Black Full Tower Case with USB 3.0 with Fan Controller w/o PSU

Scan code: LN36949 Manufacturer code: CPC-T46DB-U01 Request call
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Product Overview Pantheon – Rome’s temple of gods. Big and impressive by a great architecture and dedicated engineering for all your hardware, Xigmatek proudly presents our latest exclusive chassis – the Pantheon.

Decent design combined with features such as our tool free design for the 5.25” bays, 6 hot swap hdd cages including anti vibration, black interior and exterior, usb 3.0, 2 fan controllers, last but not least also the radiator support of 240/280mm radiator on the top. Get yourself a piece of ancient experience and flair and start the combat with Pantheon!
Features • Two 2.5”/3.5” front-opened hot-swappable HDD trays.
• USB3.0 super-speed port and two fan speed control knobs on the top panel.
• Both side screw-less ODD holders with anti-vibration rubbers.
• Thumb screws for add-on card easy installation.
• Preinstalled 140mm rear black blades fan with white LED and LED is on/off switchable.
• Preinstalled two 120mm side blow HDD black blades fans with white LED and LED is on/off switchable.
• 240/280mm radiator, or two 12/14cm fan, or one 170mm fan available on the top panel.
• Big back window for CPU cooler backplate easy installation.
• Back holes and clips for cable management.
• Anti-vibration rubber and bottom dust filter for PSU.

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