It has really been a while since I got to look at something from XClio. The last time I reviewed something from them was of the 1000 Super Tower. This chassis had all the bells and whistles; multi-colored lighting, adjustable fan speeds and a unique design set the outside of the chassis apart from the crowd. Inside it had some well appointed features as well, but all of this came at a hefty price tag. Currently the chassis goes for just under $180, but at that time it was a lot closer to $300 USD.
This time around XClio sent me a chassis with the budget builder in mind. Keeping a few tricks from its much larger brother, the chassis I'm about to show isn't a completely stripped out shell. I have seen quite a few sub $50 chassis' that aren't much more than four walls, a roof and a floor. Sometimes they have fans, sometimes they have a window, and when you get really lucky, you can even get some LED lighting. This chassis from XClio isn't just budget, it houses all three of those things and still leaves you a bit of change for drinks after the build.
Today we are looking at the Godspeed One Advanced from XClio, one of four chassis' in the Godspeed lineup. Two of those are more basic builds and concepts, while the Advanced chassis keeps a few tricks of the more expensive chassis, and still can be had at a reasonable price. Is this chassis for you? Let's get to the chassis, get this build underway and hopefully answer that question for you.