XPG Defender Pro Mid-Tower PC Case Review
Peter Donnell / 1 month ago
XPG is one of the coolest case makers around. Admittedly, they’re still pretty new at it too, having only a few years and a few products to their range. However, since they hail from the mighty ADATA, they’ve got more than enough experience in the overall PC market. We’ve tested everything from monitors to keyboards from XPG, but honestly, PC cases seem to be their strongest range. Check out my reviews of the fantastic XPG Battlecruiser and the XPG Invader!
ADATA XPG Defender Pro
Their latest case, the XPG Defender Pro, looks set to impress too. It’s a mid-tower design, but it’ll still manage to house a larger E-ATX motherboard. There’s a mesh front panel design, allowing for plenty of airflow and RGB from its pre-installed XPG VENTO 120 ARGB fans, and they’re hooked up to the XPG PRIME ARGB Combo Controller. Add to this, tempered glass, a PSU shroud, cable management, vertical GPU mounting, and much more. It’s nothing we haven’t seen before, but it’s still ticking all the right boxes for a decent high-end gaming PC case, and that’s no bad thing!
- Spacious premium E-ATX Dimension
- Solid MESH Front Panel with ARGB Strips Lighting Effects Design
- Removable Dust Filter
- XPG PRIME™ ARGB Combo Controller
- Efficient Airflow Layout, with x3 included XPG VENTO 120 ARGB Fans
- 3mm Tempered Glass Side Panel
- Support Vertical and Horizontal VGA Installation
- 22.8mm Depth for Cable Management
- Available in Black or White
What ADATA Had to Say
“The stunning and modern design concept of the DEFENDER PRO begins at its exterior, with a Magnetic Mesh Front Panel, enabling the ARGB strips to shine from within the various layers of solid metal, while any ARGB component can also shine through the Mesh panel. Not only does it enhance a personal touch to modding creation, but also encourages airflow to be optimal from front to end. Capable of supporting up to a 360 mm radiator at the front and a 280 mm radiator at the top, the DEFENDER PRO is both aesthetically elegant and aerodynamically efficient.”