The XClio A380 Twin Engine Super Tower case is a very interesting blend of form and function. The overall build quality is above average for a pre-modified gaming case and the resulting look is very attractive without going over the top. The sleek jet engine styling and cool blue lighting effects are very original. If you are an avid gamer or budding aeronautical engineer, the A380 offers a great combination of unique styling and features that are sure to please.
Overall, the case ventilation provided by the two large air turbines was very good, especially with the side fan blowing directly over the motherboard area. Unfortunately, some of the front fan’s airflow is blocked by various internal case components.
With a typical street price of less than a $100 USD, the XClio A380 Twin Engine case offers a lot style, features, and storage capacity for your money.
Â· Dual 250mm air turbines (cooling fans)
Â· Integrated jet engine styling
Â· Very cool blue lighting effects
Â· Large acrylic side window
Â· Above average fit-and-finish for a pre-modded gaming case
Â· Lots of room inside to work
Â· Built-in fan speed controls offer good flexibility
Â· 12 Drive bays for large storage capacity
Â· Side fan provides excellent cooling to mobo area
Â· Original look and awesome styling
Â· Front fan airflow partially blocked by internal case components
Â· No external audio ports
For original styling, awesome lighting effects, and good functionality at an affordable price, the XClio A380 Twin Engine case earns our PCPerspective Silver Award.
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