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ADATA XPG Launches New INVADER X BTF Mid-Tower Chassis

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XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, has launched the XPG INVADER X BTF Mid-Tower chassis to markets around the globe. After the award-winning success of the original XPG INVADER X case, the world is now graced with a new, updated version, adopting reverse-connector motherboard compatibility. As one of the earliest members of the ASUS BTF ALLIANCE, XPG leads the charge into a world of immaculate PC builds with ocean-view tempered glass panels and completely hidden cables. On top of ATX BTF compatibility, INVADER X BTF also supports up to ten 120 mm fans, five of which come pre-installed.

The Future is Now
Gone are the days of messy cables ruining the aesthetics of high-end builds. No longer must your system be hidden behind opaque panels, shrouds, and a collection of zip ties. INVADER X BTF leverages the new reverse-connector conventions of ASUS BTF ALLIANCE components coupled with front and side 3 mm tempered glass panels to deliver stunning views of your system from any and every angle. With additional accessories, also provided by XPG, PC builders can build systems that are beautiful, personal, and highly capable.



Compatible, Flexible, & User-Friendly
As the number of components and how complicated they are to install has grown, the building experience has degraded considerably over the years. INVADER X BTF reverses this trend by delivering a building experience that's easy, convenient, and accessible from start to finish. With the removable storage bracket, you can install up to three 3.5"/2.5" hard drives behind the motherboard plate. Or remove the bracket altogether, if you've made the switch to exclusively M.2 storage, such as the XPG GAMMIX S70 BLADE 4 TB high-speed SSD. With an embedded cable track and built in straps, cable management is a breeze. Even if no one will ever see them, you'll still know your cables are in good, clean order. This case also allows for both vertical and horizontal GPU mounting up to 400 mm in length, with an included vertical bracket for your convenience. It's your system, so it should look the way you want it to.

Cool Style, Cooler Performance
INVADER X BTF doesn't just help your components look cool. It also helps them stay cool. With four pre-installed 120 mm ARGB reverse-blade fans and one standard 120 mm ARGB fan, the only thing cooler than your rig's style will be its temps. This chassis supports up to ten fans, with room for a 360 mm radiator on the top. With a design tailored to maximizing thermal performance, you might have to overclock your system just to keep your temps from getting too low. Bring a jacket, because a system built in the INVADER X BTF case will be ice cold.

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Well, at least they made it with BTF & the front I/O on , well, the front, so there's that :D

Otherwise though, still just more of the same ole same same.....
Bring a jacket, because a system built in the INVADER X BTF case will be ice cold.
Somebody give the marketing folk a BIG raise for this line, hahahaha !
 
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I'm a big fan of ADATA memory, lots of good experiences with it over multiple builds. I didn't realize they were getting into the case business.

I can't say I'm a fan of this case, but I'm not a fan of any case with a bunch of glass on it. I'll have to keep my eye on them and see what else they offer.
 
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Didn't Darsaber already review this case and it has horrible thermals? The trend of moving front fans to the side is bad enough for airflow but if you used an air cooler for the CPU in their marketing image, the floor fan would literally be pushing all the side panel cool air straight up and out of the top of the case.
 
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