ADATA enters the competition for the first time with its brand XPG, with a new case Gaming RGB and a great design high-airflow layout, and a front RGB downlight that can be personalized with the XPG Prime ARGB Combo Controller continued review XPG Invader.

The XPG gaming division has done a great job in recent years, and it is commendable.

Features ADATA XPG Invader

ADATA XPG Invader Review
  • Black or White colors.
  • Mid-Tower Brushed Aluminum with side-glass panel PC Case/Chassis.
  • Front adjustable ARGB downlight.
  • XPG Prime™ ARGB Combo Controller.
  • High Airflow Design with Pre-Installed Fans.
  • Dust Filters with Detachable Magnetic Design.
  • Tool-less design for easy DIY enthusiast.
  • Supports Radiators of up to 360mm in Front and to 240mm on Top.

Design and Performance:

XPG Invader comes with a stylish front panel with RGB lighting, a built-in ARGB / RGB controller, and a 4mm thick tempered glass side panel that will rotate heads, and supports up to ATX (and smaller) motherboards.

High airflow layout with intake side design and two 120mm pre-installed fans are guaranteed to keep things cool. With a tool-free side panel, magnetic front panel and detachable dust filter, installation, and maintenance are easy and effortless.

The modular design supports up to two radiators, a 360 mm radiator for the front and 240 mm for the top, as well as various types of motherboards. 3.5 ” and 2 + 2 2.5 ” HDD / SSD (Combo 3.5 ‘/ 2.5’) HDD / SSD drawers give you ultimate flexibility for your storage needs. Enjoy quick access to I / O ports, Power button /, USB 3.0 ports, and 2-in-1 audio mix. It comes in black and white + black color options.

This computer case may not offer an innovative and revolutionary thing, but it gives you everything you need and more at a reasonable price.

ADATA XPG Invader Review

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