XPG showcases their Invader X PC case at Computex

XPG showcases their new Invader X case with an awesome liquid cooling setup

At Computex 2024’s XPG booth the company’s new Invader X chassis caught our eye. What we have here is a large PC enclosure with extensive use of tempered glass and support for a large number of liquid cooling components.

Sadly, XPG were unable to give is pricing information for their new PC enclosure. That said, we do know that it will ship with four “reverse blade” fans at stock. Additionally, some models will ship with an extra 120mm fan with some models. In total, the case supports 10 120mm fans, and supports up to two 360mm liquid cooling radiators.

GPU-wise, this case supports graphics cards up to 400mm in length. This makes this case long enough to support practically every modern GPU.

Like most new case designs, the Invader X supports “back-connect” motherboards. This includes MSI Project Zero motherboards and ASUS BTF motherboards. At Computex, Gigabyte has showcased their first Back-Connect motherboard, adding another name to the list of back-connect motherboard providers. On the show floor, the Invader X was showcased with a standard “front connect” motherboard with a large liquid cooling setup.

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