Apevia X-QPack 2

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Conclusion

While the case is advertised as being easily carried around which should scream to the LANer, the restrictions on graphics card and the CPU cooler will prevent any overclocking or extreme performance parts. The strength of the case is also another worry, if you were to be a little rough with it, you could easily end up with bent sides and dents.

While the case looks nice, it’s a little flimsy and not very tactile as most of the panels are easily bent. However, if the asking price is anywhere near the previous X-QPack, its more than worth it considering the upgraded power supply (500w) which is included in the deal.

Pros Cons
Looks great Limited CPU cooler size
Enough space for the average PC Flimsy
Windowed case

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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