ADATA XPG Invader PC Case Review
Peter Donnell / 8 months ago
With the side panel removed, you can see, well about as much as you could with it installed; because it was a window, obviously. There’s plenty of room in here though if you can see past the plethora of black cables for the front panel. Seriously XPG, you need to put a bit of a better wiring loom in here, and white cables would not go a miss.
The PSU shroud is nice enough though, offering up a few extra cable routing holes. I like the one near the front, as it allows for easy GPU power cable pass-through.
There’s a huge cut-away here too. Albeit, most of it is filled with the 3.5″ drive bays, but these can be removed if you so desire; it’ll make room for radiators/pumps.
There’s a 120mm fan up on the front, which is nice. Hover, there’s room for 120mm and 140mm fan and radiator configurations up in the front. If that’s not enough, there’s the side panel mount too, giving you even more options for cooling!
Plus, another 120mm fan pre-installed in the rear, as well as mounts in the top of the case.
Behind the Motherboard
There’s no a vast amount of room here, but let’s not forget, we do have that huge PSU shroud. With that space, there shouldn’t be any issues with cable routing here.
There are a couple of HDD bays down here too. As I said, you can remove this bracket if you wanted the extra space too.
Finally, you also have a paid of dedicated SSD mounts behind the motherboard too.