Categories: News

ADATA XPG Launches the CRUISER Super Mid-Tower Chassis

XPG has announced the launch of its brand new XPG CRUISER super mid-tower chassis. The CRUISER is a full-size E-ATX chassis that supports E-ATX motherboards with dimensions (H x W x D): 493 x 234 x 466 mm (19.40 x 9.21 x 18.35 in). It also sports XPG’s Exoskeleton design and a host of other great features gamers and PC enthusiasts will love. They include versatile I/O ports, such as a high-speed USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C connection, a removable dust filter, and three XPG VENTO 120 ARGB fans, to name just a few.

ADATA XPG CRUISER Super Mid-Tower Chassis

XPG’s Exoskeleton design is a visual language unique to XPG. It maintains XPG’s signature balance between airflow intake efficiency and ARGB aesthetics. The XPG CRUISER’s front glass panel enhances airflow intake while allowing the included XPG VENTO 120 ARGB fans to shine through the front of the chassis. For convenience, a magnetic dust filter on the top of the chassis is detachable for quick removal and hassle-free cleaning.


Spacious Interior
XPG CRUISER’s power supply unit (PSU) chamber allows PSUs of up to 180 mm in length while remaining compatible with both full modular and fixed PSU options. The combo drive trays can shift horizontally to make room for PSU cables. The XPG CRUISER has seven horizontal PCI-E slots and two vertical installation slots and supports graphic cards of up to 350 mm (without a radiator at the front) in length.

Three XPG VENTO 120 ARGB Fans
VENTO 120 fans dissipate heat with 45.3 CFM of airflow. Despite this amazing cooling power, they put out a mere 23 dBA of noise for gaming without distractions. What’s more, VENTO fans are equipped with nine LEDs that are controllable via RGB software from major motherboard brands.

Versatile I/O Ports & Storage Options
XPG CRUISER offers an array of I/O ports such as a high-speed USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port, a Hybrid Audio Port, and an LED button with an onboard ARGB controller. It also supports various storage options, including up to two 2.5″ HDDs or SSDs at the back of the chassis and two 2.5″/3.5″ HDDs or SSDs in the combo drive storage bays.



Where Can I Learn More?

At the time of writing ADATA XPG has not confirmed any specific regional release dates for its new CRUISER Super Mid-Tower chassis, nor how much we can expect it to cost when it does arrive with retailers. However, if you do want to learn more about it, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

Mike Sanders

Disqus Comments Loading...

Recent Posts

MSI Warns DDR5 Memory Likely to Cost 50-60% More Than DDR4

Although the leaks and information surrounding the new upcoming DDR5 memory platform have certainly increased…

9 hours ago

Witcher 3 & Cyberpunk Next-Gen Update Delayed into 2022

With CD Projekt Red confirming that next-gen updates were on the way for both Cyberpunk…

9 hours ago

Nvidia Firmware Update Fixes DisplayID Issue for 3080 Ti & 3060 GPUs

Over the last few weeks, there has been a moderate issue for Nvidia 3080 Ti…

9 hours ago

Donald Trump Unveils Launch Plans for His Own Social Network Platform

I think it would be fair to say that former US President Donald Trump has…

9 hours ago

RPCS3 Confirms EVERY PS3 Game Now Bootable in Emulator

Work first began on RPCS3 back in 2011, and for those of you unaware of…

9 hours ago

ROCCAT Launches Vulcan TKL PRO Keyboard in White

ROCCAT has announced the launch of its new Arctic White version of the Vulcan TKL…

9 hours ago