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Xion Predator Gaming Series AXP 970 Review


Closer Look:

To begin we have the right side panel. Notable here is its ability to sport two 120mm fans or one 200mm fan. Of course no side fans are included sadly. Looking at the front of the case we find ourselves a fan, but more on that later. There are plenty of other things on the front of the case as well, such as the front panel LEDs, connections, and switches. To note it has a total of two usb ports, MIC, audio out, Power and Reset switches, and eSATA. Finally we move on to the least eventful side of the case or rather the left side. It bears the same design as the right side however it of course doesn't support fans nor does it have holes in it.














Moving on to the back of the case we have our other included 120mm fan. We also have a total of 7 expansion slots as well as grommets fitted to the case for watercooling tubes. Also of note in this case, the powersupply mounts at the bottom. Next we have the very top of the case. The top has an arrow design  and holes to allow air to flow through. Below this panel the case is able to house two 120mm or 140mm fans. On the bottom of the case we have four rubberized feet. Also here is a fan filter should you choose to mount your PSU fanside down. Lastly we have a closer look at the other side of the right side panel.




So far so good. Wow, pretty nice case and they even included two fans. Beyond that this case has a lot of potential being able to mount four additional fans if all are 120mm or three if you choose 140mm for a side fan. It's also great to see included watercooling support.

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (The Working Components)
  4. Specifications and Features
  5. Testing: Setup and Configuration
  6. Conclusion
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