ADATA XPG Battlecruiser PC Case Review
Peter Donnell / 9 months ago
With the side panel removed, you can appreciate just how much space there is in here. It’ll handle an ATX motherboard easily enough, and has cable routing grommets to accommodate that. However, there’s a second set of grommets to use if you’re rocking an E-ATX board, as the first set will be covered up.
There’s a huge PSU shroud here too. It’s got a side-viewing cut-out for the PSU, plenty of airflow on the top, HDD/SSD mounts on the top, cable routing cut-outs on the top… Actually just calling it a shroud is doing it a bit short, it’s a lot of things.
Shroud extensions? Well, yup it seems so. There’s access to the storage bays here. However, this part can also be removed to free up more radiator space. Plus, with those screw mounts on the top, it’ll house a pump or reservoir easily enough too.
Honestly, it’s just crazy, I mean, look at them. The XPG Battlecruiser is pretty much made entirely out of grommets, it’s any wonder it’s able to stand up. That being said, will all that glass, good cable routing is important.
We get those three lovely RGB fans in the front too. I can’t help but notice they’re upside down, but that’s hardly going to hurt the airflow haha.
Around the Back
Well, here you can see the other side of the vast array of routing grommets. That’s not all that’s going on though, and there’s plenty of room between the tray and the glass for routing too.
There are two more SSD mounts tucked back here too; plus you can show them off through the tempered glass.
The top panel glass removes easily enough too. Here you can see that frankly massive dust filter, which is certainly welcome.
Finally, below that, you’ll find a superb removable bracket. Here you can find fittings for a vast array of fan and radiator configurations too. So, it seems cooling isn’t an issue with the XPG Battlecruiser!