Introducing the Sustainable Design of the ADATA XPG Invader X Gaming PC Chassis

The ADATA XPG Invader X is not your average gaming PC chassis. With a unique retropunk fishtank design and multiple design awards to its name, the Invader X caught the attention of many at Computex 2024. But what sets this gaming PC chassis apart is not just its aesthetics – it’s also environmentally friendly.

Crafted with post-consumer recycled plastic, the XPG Invader X is ESG-compliant and designed to be both cutting-edge and sustainable. The use of eco-friendly materials not only minimizes waste but also allows for easy upgrades, making it a practical choice for tech enthusiasts looking to reduce their environmental footprint.

In addition to its eco-friendly design, the Invader X is equipped with features to keep high-performance systems cool. With five pre-installed ARGB fans, including three for intake and two reverse-flow fans for exhaust, the airflow configuration ensures optimal temperatures for overclocking. The chassis also supports radiators up to 360mm and graphics cards up to 400mm in length, making it suitable for powerful liquid cooling setups.

One of the standout features of the Invader X is its compatibility with the new BTF motherboard standard, which positions connectors on the underside for a clean and uncluttered look. For traditional motherboards, the chassis offers ample space for cable management with pre-installed straps and cutouts, keeping cables hidden from view.

Overall, the ADATA XPG Invader X combines a cyber-minimal design with eco-friendly materials and high-performance features, making it a top choice for gamers and tech enthusiasts alike.

Designer: ADATA