ADATA announced the launch of a new intermediate tower, the XPG AIR VALUE, which focuses on the greatest possible airflow. Of course, don’t expect innovative technology, as everything translates into a front design that favors the entry of airflow through large openings as well as a configuration of three pre-installed 120 mm fans bring fresh outside air directly to the components, while a 120 mm rear fanalso pre-installed, will help expel much of the hot air generated by the system.


Made of SPCC steel and with a tempered glass window With a thickness of 3 mm, we come across a mid-tower with dimensions of 460 x 210 x 371 mm which allows the installation of up to an ATX motherboard with a high-end CPU air cooler with up to 166 mm in heighta graphics card up to 305 mm in length (with the front fans installed), you can install 2x 3.5″ or 2x 2.5″ + 1x 3.5″ storage drives, and still have room for 2 x 120/140mm fans on top (or 240mm radiator).

The information of the XPG AIR VALUE comes with a top I/O panel that gives you access to 2 x USB 3.2 Gen1it therefore does not offer the USB-C 3.2 Gen2 which was already a regular in the latest announcements, and its price could be around 99 euroswhich is high for an overall very simple chassis, and which does not support the additional cost of RGB on its back.