Xigmatek Nebula Review


Published by Luca Rocchi on 23.02.15
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Installation

Overview

   
 
As we already mentioned the Xigmatek Nebula is compatible with Mini-ITX form-factor motherboards, which is placed horizontally and hidden below the power supply unit. We recommend the use of stock or low-profile heatsinks but there should also be enough space for a small tower cooler, due to the fact that there is about 80mm of clearance. The space for the power supply unit is adequate and even allows the installation of large, non-modular units, although this case is not designed for assembling a gaming system. In our case, we used the BitFenix ​​Fury PSU without any issues. The Xigmatek Nebula offers space to one 3.5" HDD and one 2.5" HDD/SSD in a cage located in the upper part of the case. For our system we chose to use the Gigabyte H81N motherboard with a stock heatsink. After placing the motherboard where is belongs, we did not encounter any problems with space or wiring. Nevertheless if you want to plug in a powerful graphics card, keep in mind you're limited to installing models that measure 230 millimeter in length.
 
   
 



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Page 2 - Preview Page 6 - Ventilation options
Page 3 - Bundle Page 7 - Conclusion
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