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Defender Pro: a new case with mesh front panel by XPG!

Defender Pro: a new case with mesh front panel by XPG!

The world of PC cases is about to welcome a new reference. Indeed, XPG, Adata’s gaming brand, is launching its Defender Pro model. A medium tower reference with a mesh front panel to let the components breathe!

Defender Pro: a medium tower case with a mesh front panel at Adata/XPG!

XPG Defender Pro

With this new model, the brand offers us a reference measuring 220 (W) x 441 (D) x 492 (H) mm. Here, the choice of materials is steel for the frame and front panel. There is also 3 mm tempered glass for the side panel.

On the inside, there will be plenty of space for the motherboard as XPG announces support for the E-ATX, CEB and EEB models. In short, no particular limitation on this subject. The same goes for the graphics card, which will benefit from 38 cm, the CPU fan will be up to 170 mm high and the power supply 280 mm deep.

For storage, this model offers a more than classic storage capacity. Indeed, the manufacturer provides an HDD cage with two 2.5″/3.5″ compatible baskets. In addition, two 2.5″ boards complete the package, at the back of the motherboard tray.

XPG Defender Pro

For cooling, three Vento 120 aRGB fans are available on the front and rear. The ventilation can be completed by adding two 120/140 mm mills on top and a third 120 mm on the front. For water cooling, the installation of 360/280 mm radiators in the front will not be a problem. At the top, the 280/240 mm will be limited to 280/240 mm.

Unfortunately, we still do not know the selling price of this box. We will have to wait a little longer. However, we do know that it will be available in white and black.


Click here for the ADATA data sheet!


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