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Xigmatek Elysium Computer Case Review - Xigmatek Elysium Computer Case Review
Fri Oct 07, 2011 | 12:01P| PermaLink
As some of you may know, I recently visited the largely populated city of Hong Kong. The general notion for the average North American is that Hong Kong is a great city with lots of attractions, fabulous shopping deals, and excellent authentic Chinese cuisine. To fully experience and enjoy Hong Kong though, one must spend at least one whole day in Mong Kok. What is Mong Kok? Simply put, it is frequently one of the densest places in the world. Although the area is widely visited by tourists, it is also place where one can describe as poor. In fact, most of the wonders of Hong Kong lie in its poverty. Less than a decade ago, Hong Kong housed the Kowloon Walled City; an enclave that was owned and abandoned by China. The result was a lawless land owned and governed by the local triads, and home to over 33,000 people over its 0.01 square mile area. How the heck did they fit so many residences? I have no idea. But if you were to ask a Canadian to live in such a densely populated area, claustrophobia among other phobias would be the least to worry about. Even though I have visited Hong Kong numerous times, I just cannot get use to the small spaces, the endless faces, and the constant accidental body rubs. That's right, as a Canadian, I can proudly say that I adore my personal space. In fact, most of the chassis I have reviewed here at APH Networks are very spacious. Today's review unit is especially large and, frankly, will probably be the largest chassis we have and will review for a while. Xigmatek's new super-tower has recently made its debut, and boy, has the Elysium been getting a lot of attention. Can you fit 33,000 Elysiums in a 6.5 acre area? Doubt it. But can you fit one Elysium under your desk? Well, read on to find out!

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