XPG Cruiser computer case accommodates motherboards up to E-ATX

The XPG catalog has expanded the Cruiser computer case, designed for motherboards up to E-ATX. Its dimensions are 493 x 234 x 466 mm. In the case description, the manufacturer notes "a design language: Exoskeleton, maintaining XPG's trademark balance between intake efficiency and ARGB aesthetics." This includes a glass front panel with an aluminum frame, behind which three backlit fans are installed, and a glass side panel.

If the design is a subjective thing, then spaciousness is quite amenable to the quantitative description. In short, the XPG Cruiser is a roomy hull. The lower bay accommodates a power supply up to 180 mm in length and two 3.5 "or 2.5" drives. Two more 2.5-inch drives can be mounted in the top bay. The chassis has seven horizontal expansion card slots and two vertical slots. The maximum allowable card length is 350 mm. The maximum allowable height of the processor cooling system is 170 mm.

Three 120mm or 140mm fans can be installed on the front panel, two on the top and one on the back. The case comes with three XPG Vento 120 ARGB 120mm fans on the front. In configurations with LSS, the front panel is suitable for installing a radiator up to 360 mm in length, the top one for installing a radiator up to 280 mm in length. The rear wall houses a 140mm or 120mm radiator.

On the I / O panel, you can find two USB-A and one USB-C, a headset jack and a button for controlling the backlight.

The manufacturer does not quote the price, confining itself to the promise that the case will appear on the Russian market in the near future.

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