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XION Predator AXP 970

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Posted October 13, 2010 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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From the new “Hot Swap” Hard Drive Bays to the GPU mounting area which will accommodate those hot and sweaty GTX470/480 cards. Liquid Cooling capabilities are found also with the ability to conceal a dual 120mm radiator. Wire Routing Cables management Cable Compartment behind the MB tray enables tidy cable management and unimpeded airflow for stable system operation. The Power Supply being mounted at the bottom of the case which includes anti-vibrating mounting and a very handy removable dust filter. The interior is well thought out and we found no sharp edges while handling the Predator or during our system install.

So are you looking for a new mid tower chassis with the room of most full towers, then you have to ask yourself, “will the XION Predator fill my needs in a chassis and look great at the same time”? We are betting the answer is a “Yes”. It’s all about finding an enclosure that has all the features in a price range we can afford. Standing on its own merits the XION Predator is definitely one of the better mid tower cases you’ll find available today, especially when considering the price.

Currently listing for about $80 USD the XION Predator is stocked with great features, smart versatility, and the price is excellent for what you get. The XION Predator AXP 970 is really quite impressive.

XION Predator AXP 970

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One Comment


  1.  

    nice looking case, I like the hot swap drives.
    Dual hot swap comes in handy for people who buy two cases & mirror the drives.

    Have one case at work, one at home – so you can move very large files securely. Maybe things you work on, can’t just be left in the office over the weekend.

    Good for building a mini workstation, or gaming rig, where you need big block graphics & a real CPU.





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