XPG Invader Mid-Tower Chassis Review (Page 2)

| Jan 20, 2020 at 10:46 am CST
Rating: 91%Manufacturer: XPGModel: INVADER-BKCWW



The front or main side of the box, we find a line drawing of the Invader chassis. There is also the brand, model name, and class identifier at the bottom left. Three listed feature icons are flanking the top left side of the package.

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Rotating the Invader packaging ninety degrees, and we find the first smaller side. Here we have some safety notice icons up top, followed by an inventory control sticker. Next, we have the model name along with a color ID option. Lastly, we have two small line drawings showing the Invader's external measurements.

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Rotating another ninety degrees, we find the rear of the package, which shows an exploded view of the Invader. This side shows all of the removable parts for the Invader. With all filters and internal trays and removable components pushed away from the chassis. There is a legend at the bottom right which lists each part.

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The final ninety degrees rotation gets us the last thin side of the packaging and the same safety icons up top. This time, however, we have a large spec table spanning most of this side of the packaging.

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Puling the invader form the packaging and we see the entire unit wrapped in a plastic bag which should help with vibration damage or abrasion. The whole thing is then encapsulated between two softer polystyrene end caps, which squish and give a bit more help to shock or potential shipping damage.

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