Xigmatek Spirit M Mini-Tower Chassis
Feb 17,2015 0 Comments
Xigmatek Spirit M Mini-Tower Chassis. You may or may not have seen the original Spirit chassis from Xigmatek, and we are sorry to say that we did not receive one for review. The original Xigmatek Spirit chassis was a stealthy looking mid-tower chassis, and for its time, it was very well-appointed, and offered plenty of room for all of your gear. However, something must have prompted Xigmatek to have another go at this design, because that is exactly what they have done. Xigamatek’s second attempt at the Spirit keeps some of the styling from the original to make it easily recognizable, but the new design aims to be more compact.
Usually, when you think of a compact chassis design, you also think of goofy internal arrangements of the gear, but you will not find this in the new Spirit chassis. Of course, some of the original offerings had to be lessened in order to fit everything into this smaller version, but don’t let your mind wander to what Xigmatek may have missed, as they did a very good job with this newer design considering the spatial constraints.
The chassis we are reviewing today is the Xigmatek Spirit M mini-tower chassis. This chassis keeps most of the stealthy appearance of its predecessor, but changes it up just enough to make it stand on its own. While the newer design is more limited in space, you may be shocked at just what can fit in this chassis alongside a Micro-ATX based system. Even if you are not in the market for a smaller tower, this may be enough chassis to inspire your next build. The Spirit M is very appealing to the eye, and offers enough room for the basic gear, and a bit extra.
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