Adata brings forth XPG Valor Air mid-tower ATX case

Nothing extravagant, but that's the aim.

Adata continues developing its XPG range, this time with a mid-tower chassis focusing on airflow at a reasonable size.

The XPG Valor Air case arrives in black or white, measures 460mm (H) x 210mm (W) x 371mm (D), and supports Mini-ITX, Micro-ATX, and ATX motherboards.

Valor features a front panel with a lot of perforations to improve air circulation all while being held in place by magnets, which transforms dust cleaning into a simple formality. A tempered glass side panel provides a clear view over hardware in all its RGB glory, although fans-wise, you will need your own colourful spinners, as those bundled are not RGB.

In the cooling department, Adata does a good job by including four 120mm fans, in addition to giving users the choice to remove air filters to enhance airflow. If needed, there is still space for two extra 120mm or 140mm fans up top.

Graphics cards length is limited to 305mm with pre-installed front fans, and maximum CPU cooler height is 166mm. Liquid coolers aren’t left aside either; this chassis can handle up to 360mm radiators in the front, 240mm up top or 120mm in the rear.

Finally, there are two removable 3.5in plus two 2.5in bays – the former accommodates 2.5in sizes, too. The front panel, meanwhile, includes two USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A and a 3.5mm audio/mic combo.

The Adata XPG Valor Air is covered by a two-year warranty, but pricing is yet to be disclosed.