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Apevia - X-QPACK3-BL MicroATX Mini Tower Case

( 4.2 Average / 4 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Apevia

Part #

X-QPACK3-BL

Color

Black / Blue

Type

MicroATX Mini Tower

Includes Power Supply

No

External 3.5" Bays

1

External 5.25" Bays

1

Internal 2.5" Bays

1

Internal 3.5" Bays

2

Motherboard Compatibility

Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports

Yes

Maximum Video Card Length

320 mm / 12.598 "

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Newegg $48.27 -$10.00 +$7.99 s/h In stock $46.26
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Reviews

jordanngarcia 31 points 31 months ago
from completed build Bad Juju

Tiny case, sexy looks. It's a puny case with a horizontal MBU layout. If you're afraid of that, leave this case now. This is a challenge-level case to build in -- for some people. The more time you spend with this little lady, the more you'll love her.

Pazaz 13 points 30 months ago
from completed build Girlfriend's Gateway to PC Gaming

Small thread motherboard standoffs and screws.
6 (possibly 2, haven't tested) thumbscrews, and then 2 normal screws must be removed to be able to lift the case open. Fits 3 fans and can easily install components due to the hinged front. Looks decent.

partial1271 9 points 23 months ago

Good looking case, feels solid and well made. I liked that the front tilts forward, as it made installation of all the components really easy.

Only downside I saw is that cable management is difficult because there's not a really good place to hide all the extra power cables. I ended up tucking them under the front fan, where they are pretty well out of sight.

I am going to add a rear exhaust fan, as I think it needs a little more ventilation.

familiarfez 22 points 19 months ago
from completed build Venom

With the currency conversion and shipping taxes, the case was not so cheap by the time it reached my country but I wanted it so badly so I had to deal with whatever shortcomings the case may have. And quite a few it does have. The plastic panels scratches way too easily. One of the inner plastic stud that holds the panel was missing. Trying to pry open the front panel was a bit frustrating and one of the screws that secures the front panel fan was rounded so I had to hammer it through. Other than those issues, cable management is okay for a case this size. And if you are like me and hate the glaring case LED, you can choose not to plug in the cables onto your motherboard. You guys are lucky that the price you pay for reflects on the kind of quality control that they have on the case.