(PR) ADATA XPG Unveils VALOR AIR Mid-Tower Chassis

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XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announced the VALOR AIR mid-tower PC chassis. As the name implied, VALOR AIR is a PC chassis that emphasizes optimized airflow. What’s more, it sports a tempered-glass side panel for showing off the flair of the interior components. Although compact in size, VALOR AIR provides ample interior space to support and accommodate hardware and components. The mid-tower chassis is suitable for all types of gamers and PC enthusiasts. With optimized airflow dynamics, ample space, and design flair, it offers the perfect balance between form and function.

The XPG VALOR AIR mid-tower chassis sports a sleek, clean look with a streamlined design that effectively pulls cool air from outside to be drawn in via x3 pre-installed 120 mm fans at the front, and a 120 mm fan at the rear to exhaust heated air. Though it has space-saving dimensions, it remains capable to accommodating graphics cards with a length of up to 335 mm. It can support power supplies with lengths from 160 mm-180 mm, including the 80 PLUS GOLD certified XPG CORE REACTOR and 80 PLUS PLATINUM certified XPG CYBERCORE. The XPG VALOR AIR is a simple and elegantly designed mid-tower chassis, deliver excellent airflow, space, and performance for a manageable price.

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