It’s been a little while since we’ve reviewed anything from Xigmatek, and it’s about time we make up for that in a big way. When I say big, I mean BIG. Today’s review sample comes in the form of the Xigmatek Elysium Super Tower Chassis. The Elysium is geared toward the larger HPTX and XL-ATX platforms like the EVGA X58 Classified 4-way SLI (SR2) board. With the option to run dual PSU’s, and take a motherboard as large as the HPTX form factor, it’s going to easily cater to the high end gaming rigs. So let’s dive in and see what we got.
Looking at the box when it arrived, it really gave you an idea just how big it was. Then came the time to pick it up and move it. The case alone weighs close to what a couple of my fully built rigs weigh. The Elysium is well packed in a thick cardboard box to prevent any issues with shipping. The box art is also very graphical and informative for a consumer looking at the unit in a brick & mortar store.