Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

ADATA XPG Unveils CRUISER Super Mid-Tower Chassis

XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announces the XPG CRUISER super mid-tower chassis. The CRUISER is a full-size E-ATX chassis that supports E-ATX motherboards with dimensions (H x W x D): 493 x 234 x 466 mm (19.40 x 9.21 x 18.35 in). It also sports XPG's Exoskeleton design and a host of other great features gamers and PC enthusiasts will love. They include versatile I/O ports, such as a high-speed USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C connection, a removable dust filter, and three XPG VENTO 120 ARGB fans, to name a few.

XPG's Exoskeleton design is a visual language unique to XPG. It maintains XPG's signature balance between airflow intake efficiency and ARGB aesthetics. The XPG CRUISER's front glass panel enhances airflow intake while allowing the included XPG VENTO 120 ARGB fans to shine through the front of the chassis. For convenience, a magnetic dust filter on the top of the chassis is detachable for quick removal and hassle-free cleaning.
Spacious Interior
XPG CRUISER's power supply unit (PSU) chamber allows PSUs of up to 180 mm in length while remaining compatible with both full modular and fixed PSU options. The combo drive trays can shift horizontally to make room for PSU cables. The XPG CRUISER has seven horizontal PCI-E slots and two vertical installation slots and supports graphic cards of up to 350 mm (without a radiator at the front) in length.

Three XPG VENTO 120 ARGB Fans
VENTO 120 fans dissipate heat with 45.3 CFM of airflow. Despite this amazing cooling power, they put out a mere 23 dBA of noise for gaming without distractions. What's more, VENTO fans are equipped with nine LEDs that are controllable via RGB software from major motherboard brands.

Versatile I/O Ports & Storage Options
XPG CRUISER offers an array of I/O ports such as a high-speed USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, a Hybrid Audio Port, and an LED button with an onboard ARGB controller. It also supports various storage options, including up to two 2.5" HDDs or SSDs at the back of the chassis and two 2.5"/3.5" HDDs or SSDs in the combo drive storage bays.
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9 Comments on ADATA XPG Unveils CRUISER Super Mid-Tower Chassis

I have reviewed every XPG case to date and have found them to be of high quality and enjoyable to work with. While I haven't had the chance to review the CRUISER, I expect it will continue the trend of excellence ADATA and XPG have become known for. If this one is anything like the BATTLECRUISER, another "super mid-tower" chassis, then it will be a fantastic case for anyone interested.
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super mid-tower chassis ... oxymoron?
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Tardiansuper mid-tower chassis ... oxymoron?
Hey, its got Super in its name, it must be good!
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I'm the only one
Everything looks the same now, no innovation left in cases.
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Gruffalo.SoldierEverything looks the same now, no innovation left in cases.

There are a few exceptions here & there, but in general, a rectangular boxen is a rectangular boxen is a rectangular boxen, no many how many lights, vents, fans, & panel variations you slap on one or the other, it can't change this simple fact :)
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Nothing says airflow better than smacking a big'ole piece of glass in front of your fans....
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I miss the days of no RGB. I wonder if you requested non-RGB if they'd charge you more.
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RGB can simply be turned off or not connected at all. As far as the old rectangular shape of cases, there are plenty of "new" ideas out there but most people want the standard design.

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neatfeatguyI miss the days of no RGB. I wonder if you requested non-RGB if they'd charge you more.
Duct tape...
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