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Adata XPG Invader X mid-tower is the latest case to support BTF motherboards

Adata XPG has unveiled the Invader X BTF mid-tower chassis. The latest addition to the revered XPG Invader X series introduces support for reverse-connector motherboards, offering another case option for those who want to build a PC using the new BTF standard.

The new Invader X BTF case addresses cable management and component installation challenges and offers a straightforward building experience. It features a detachable storage bracket supporting up to three 3.5/2.5-inch hard drives, while its adaptable design allows for M.2 storage setups. The integrated cable track and built-in straps further simplify cable management.

The Invader X BTF has four pre-installed 120-mm ARGB reverse-blade fans and an additional conventional 120-mm ARGB fan. The new case supports up to ten 120mm fans (140mm fans are supported in the rear, bottom, and top) and 360mm radiators on the top and right side, offering plenty of cooling potential.

With its versatile design supporting vertical and horizontal GPU installation up to 400mm in length, the Invader X BTF empowers users to create personalised and visually stunning systems. Moreover, there's space for up to 240mm long PSUs and 175mm tall CPU coolers.

KitGuru says: Are you planning on building a new system using Asus BTF standard? Would you put the Invader X BTF on the shortlist?

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