XPG Cruiser: the new mid-tower case is coming

XPG has recently introduced XPG Cruiser, the new mid-tower case made with premium materials. Let’s find out together in this article

XPG, a fast-growing supplier of gaming systems, tries to assert its position even more by introducing new components to make our games better. A few days ago the company presented GRIT, software for monitoring performance during gaming sessions, and RAM Spectrix D50. Today, however, the company presents us with the new XPG Cruiser case and in this article we will get to know it thoroughly.

Here is the new XPG Cruiser case

The Cruiser is one chassis E-ATX full size that supports E-ATX motherboards with dimensioni 493 x 234 x 466 mm. It is designed to XPG’s premium standards and has a number of great features that all of us PC enthusiasts will love. There are obviously versatile I / O ports, such as one USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C connection high speed, a removable dust filter e three XPG VENTO 120 ARGB fans.

The glass front panel of the case improves airflow suction allowing the included fans to shine through the front of the chassis. For convenience, the magnetic dust filter on the top of the frame is removable for quick removal and hassle-free cleaning.

XPG Cruiser: the new mid-tower case is coming

Inside you can install feeders with a length of up to 180 mm. It is obviously compatible with both fully modular and fixed options. Hard disk racks can move horizontally to make room for the power supply cables. The case is equipped with seven horizontal PCI-E slots and two vertical installation slots supporting graphics cards up to 350mm in length.

The Cruiser offers a number of I / O ports such as high-speed USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C, an audio port and a LED button with an integrated ARGB controller. It also supports various storage options, that is up to two 2.5 “HDDs or SSDs in the rear of the chassis and two 2.5” / 3.5 “HDDs or SSDs in the storage bays of the combined units.

Currently the price of this case is not yet known. More information will soon be available on the official product page on the XPG website. What do you think of the Cruiser? Let us know yours in the comments. In order not to miss further news regarding the hardware universe, keep following the pages of tuttooteK!

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