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XIGMATEK PURE BLACK EDITION ON

CLASSIC CHASSIS

Accessory List / Accessoires Liste / Tillbehörslista / Lista de accesorios / Список аксессуаров Aksesuar Listesi

Installation Guide
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PRO/XP USER’S MANUAL

Stand Off X 11

FDD /ODD /SSD screw X 12

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1.2

■ Open front panel and side cover to begin installation ■ Offenes Front Panel und Side Cover ■ Öppna front och sidoluckorna ■ Abra el panel frontal y el lateral ■ ■ Открыть лицевую и боковые панели ■ ■ Yan kapağı açmak ■ Ouvrez le panneau avant (façade) et le panneau latéral pour commencer l'installation.

MB/HDD screw X 25

PSU screw X 4

CABLE TIE (L100MM,BLACK) x 3

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Product Name Power Supply Dimensions Asgard XP, Asgard XP-W CCC-AE37BS-U01 (Original side panel) CCC-AE37BS-U03 (Window side panel) Asgard Pro, Asgard Pro-W CCC-AE37BS-U02 (Original side panel) CCC-AE37BS-U04 (Window side panel)

200(W) x 445(H) x 470(D) mm (7.87*17.52*18.50 inches) 5.25” External x 3 (single side tool-free holders) 3.5” Internal HDD x 7 (single side tool-free holders) 3.5” External FDD x 1 (single side tool-free holders) 2.5” Internal HDD x 1 (by screw, downside of ODD cage) 7 slots
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Drive Bay

■ Power supply unit installation ■ Powersupply Installation ■ Installation av nätdel ■ Instalación de la Fuente de alimentación ■ ■ Установка блока питания ■ ■ Güç Kaynağı birimi montajı ■ Installation de l’unité d’alimentation.

Expansion Slot

Motherboard Support ATX, Micro ATX, ITX (with backside hole for CPU cooler) Power Supply Standard P/S2 ATX/EPS power supply units on downside space with anti-vibration rubber. Front Fan: 120/140mm fan available. (Pre-installed 120mm black fan on Asgard Pro) Rear Fan: Pre-installed 120mm black fan x 1 Left Side Fan: Two 120/140mm fan available. (None for window version.) Bottom Fan: 120mm fan available. Top Fan: Two 120/140mm fan available.

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■ Motherboard installation ■ Motherboard Installation ■ Installation av moderkort ■ Instalación de la placa base ■ ■ Установка материнской платы ■ ■ Anakart montajı ■ Installation de la carte mère.

Cooling System

3.1

3.2

I/O Panel

Top Panel: Power button, Reset button, USB2.0 x 2, Audio in/out x 1 (HD Audio)

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Top Panel: Power button, USB3.0 x 1, USB2.0 x 2, Audio in/out x 1 (HD Audio), two knobs of fan controller.

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Motherboard USB connector case USB connector

6.1
4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4

6.2

6.2

Motherboard AC’97 connector

case AC’97 connector

■ Add-on card installation ■ Add-on card Installation ■ Installation av kort ■ Instalación de tarjetas adicionales ■

■ Установка карт расширения ■ ■ Harici Kart Montajı ■ Installation carte complémentaire.
Motherboard Azalia(HDA) connector case Azalia(HDA) connector

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4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8

■ 5.25” / external 3.5” device installation ■ 5.25” / Externe 3.5” Device Installation ■ Installation av 5.25” / externa 3.5” enheter ■ Instalación en la bahía de 5,25” / 3.5” ■ 5.25” / 3.5” ■ Установка устройств 5.25” / 3.5” ■ 5.25” / 3.5” ■ 5.25” / Harici 3.5” Aygıt montajı ■ Installation des périphériques 5,25 / 3.5 pouces (externes).
7.1

■ System fan installation ■ System Lüfter Iinstallation ■ Chassifläktar ■ Instalación de los ventiladores ■

■ Установка вентиляторов ■ ■ Sistem Fanı montajı ■ Installation du système de ventilation.

Motherboard USB3.0 connector

case USB3.0 connector

Only for Asgard Pro

7.2

7.3

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■ HDD installation ■ HDD Installation ■ Installation av hårddiskar ■ Instalación del disco duro ■ ■ Установка жёсткого диска ■ ■ Sabit Disk montajı ■ Installation HDD (disque dur).

■ USB, and Azallia(HDA) connector installation ■ USB, and Azallia(HDA) connector installation ■ Installation av USB, och Azallia(HDA) ■ Instalación de las conexiones USB, y Azallia (HDA) ■ USB, ■ Подключение внутренних разъёмов USB, и Azallia(HDA) ■ USB, ■ USB, and Azallia(HDA) bağlantı montajı ■ Installation du connecteur USB, et Azallia(HDA).

7.4

7.5

5.1

5.2

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5.3

■ I/O switch and chassis LED installation ■ I/O switch and chassis LED installation ■ Installation av I/O-panelen och LED-belysningen ■ Instalación del botón de encendido y los leds ■ ■ Подключение кнопок и индикаторов на передней панели корпуса ■ LED ■ G/Ç düğmesi ve kasa Led montajı. ■ Installation du bouton I/O et LED du boitier.

H.D.D LED +P LED -P LED POWER SW RESET SW

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■ Cable management ■ Kabel Management ■ Kabelorganisering ■ Colocación de los cables ■
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■ Монтаж проводов ■ ■ Vida Listesi ■ Gestion de câble.

Warranty policy / Garantievoraussetzungen / Garantivillkor / Condiciones de garantía /

/ Внимание: Гарантийные обязательства /

Warranty policy
With the following warrants that this product is free from any defects in materials or workmanship for a period of up to two years from the date of purchase. During the warranty period, should the product have indications of defects in workmanship and/or materials, XIGMATEK will replace the defective product except following terms. Defected by not computer usage. Any parts removed. Improper operation, storage, misuse, abuse, accident, or neglect. Without receipt for proof of purchase. Any other faulty was not caused by XIGMATEK. For more information, please visit our official website www.xigmatek.com. Please keep this manual for warranty.

Garantivillkor
Denna produkt har en garanti på 2 år från inköpsdatumet. Om indikationer på brister i utförande eller i material upptäckas under garantiperioden kommer XIGMATEK att bytta ut produkten förutom vid följande undantag. Skadan orsakad av icke datorrelaterad användning. Om delar är bortplockade. Vid olämplig användning, förvaring, missbruk, olycka eller vårdlöshet. Om giltigt inköpskvitto saknas Andra fel som inte är orsakade av XIGMATEK. För mer information, besök vår officiella webbsida www.xigmatek.com. Spara denna garantiinformation. 2 XIGMATEK

XIGMATEK

. www.xigmatek.com.

Garantievoraussetzungen
Mit folgender Garantie ist das Produkt frei von irgendwelchen Defekten aus Material oder der Verarbeitung für 2 Jahre ab dem Kaufdatum. Sollte während der Garantiezeit das Produkt irgendwelche Fehler in den Materialien oder der Verarbeitung aufweisen, so wird Xigmatek das Produkt ersetzen unter folgenden Voraussetzungen. Defekt wurde nicht vorsätzlich verursacht Irgendwelche Teile entfernt Unpassender Gebrauch, Lagerung, Missbrauch, Unfall oder Vernachlässigung Ohne den Kaufnachweis (Keine Garantieersatzleistung) Irgendeinem anderen Fehler der nicht durch Xigmatek verursacht wurde Für mehr Informationen besuchen Sie bitte unsere offizielle Webseite www.xigmatek.com. Bitte bewahren Sie diese Garantiekarte.

Condiciones de garantía.
Este producto tiene cubiertos los defectos en los materiales o en su fabricación durante un periodo de garantía de dos años desde la fecha de compra (fecha de emisión de la factura) Durante dicho periodo, Xigmatek se hará cargo del producto defectuoso, por problemas en los materiales o proceso de fabricación, exceptuando en los términos que se recogen a continuación: Defectos producidos por no usarlo como componente del ordenador. Extraer partes del mismo. Manipulación inapropiada así como almacenaje, mal uso, abuso, accidente o negligencia. No disponer del justificante de compra (factura) Cualquier otro defecto que no haya sido causado por XIGMATEK. Para obtener más información, por favor visite nuestra web official: www.xigmatek.com. Por favor, conserve estas condiciones de garantía.

Гарантийные обязательства
Гарантия распространяется на продукцию компании Xigmatek, в течении двух лет на произведённые компоненты, качество сборки, материалы со дня приобретения. Компания XIGMATEK гарантирует замену дефектной продукции в течении всего гарантийного срока, кроме нижеследующих случаев:

Не целевое использование. Утрату каких либо частей продукции не по вине производителя. Вмешательство в конструкцию, неправильное хранение, использование, транспортировка, несчастный случай. Отсутствие документа подтверждающего факт совершения покупки. Любой другой дефект не попадающий под ответственность компании XIGMATEK. Информация За более подробной информацией, пожалуйста обращайтесь на официальный веб сайт компании www.xigmatek.com. Пожалуйста сохраняйте это руководство для осуществления гарантии.

Distributer::

XIGMATEK XIGMATEK
Date of Purchase:

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. Any parts removed.
User Name: Email:

XIGMATEK XIGMATEK www.xigmatek.com

Model Name: Serial No:

Garantie
Les termes de la garantie couvrent ce produit pour une durée pouvant aller jusqu’à deux ans à compter de la date d’achat. La garantie couvre tout défaut de matiére ou de fabrication. Durant cette période, XIGMATEK remplacera le produit endommagé, sauf pour les raisons ou conséquences suivantes: Endommagé suite à un usage non conforme Déssasemblé Mauvaise manipulation, muavis stockage, mauvais usage, abus, ou encore de mauvaise negligence Sans preuve d’achat Tout autre défaut non causé par Xigmatek Plus d’informations: Pour plus d’informations, merci de consulter notre site internet: www.xigmatek.com.

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...Securing Windows XP By Johnise Felder Professor Dawn Smith CMIT 364 Windows XP operating system sets new standards for optimal performance and system reliability. Whether you are a network administrator or just an end-user you can expect to get the most from this system due to its dependable computing and efficient uses. Windows XP operating system was built on Windows NT/2000 technology, which was proven to be more stable than previous operating systems such as 95, 98 or Me (Millennium Edition). Windows XP has a much brighter look and better GUI (graphical user interface) technology. This operating system automatically keeps your PC up to date with the latest security enhancements such as windows firewall that helps to protect your computer from viruses and worms that are spread throughout the Internet. Windows XP also allows quicker access to wireless networks from your laptop and with the built-in Encrypting File System (EFS), found only in Windows XP Professional this provides an additional level of file protection from hackers and data theft by encrypting files with a randomly generated encryption key based cryptographic scheme that encrypts all files in a folder. Users with itinerant profiles can use the same key with trusted remote systems. EFS have some key features that it offers such as, transparent encryption, strong protection of encryption keys, integral data-recovery system and secure temporary and paging files. Most end-users with...

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