The XPG Battlecruiser returns this year. This month, Adata is launching the XPG Battlecruister II, a new E-ATX chassis with new improvements based on customer feedback. There is also a new version of the XPG Prime Box on the way to help simplify your RGB lighting and thermal monitoring.
The XPG Battlecruiser II was built upon the same principles as the original Battlecruiser chassis. Featuring four glass side panels and better cable management, every area of your system is on display. The most apparent and desired design modification is the extra 65mm in height over the previous version, which allows for greater spacing for 360mm radiators on top and better airflow and support for up to 420mm radiators in the front.
The internal mechanical architecture was totally redesigned to allow for tool-less installation, making it easier to build and maintain your system. Furthermore, instead of the IDC 20-pin blue connector, the I/O panel (now with a USB-C port) connects to motherboards via a Type-E internal connector, capable of both Gen2x1 and Gen2x2 speeds based on the user's motherboard capabilities.
The integrated GPU holder enables users to change the height from 52 to 134mm, accommodating a wide range of GPU types and orientations. The cable management hub has plenty of room, and the PSU shroud conceals the cabling neatly. The case comes with four ARGB Vento 120mm fans. The premium variants of the Battlecruiser II include the XPG Prime Box, which enables customers to customise the lighting and thermals for all supported devices.
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