Apevia X-Supra Mid Tower Case
Author: Frank Stroupe
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 02-12-2008
Provided by: Apevia
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A Look Inside


The interior of the X-Supra is pretty much like the X-Telstar, with UV-Reactive tool-free devices. There are five 5 ¼” bays, two external 3 ½” bays and three hard drive bays.

The interior is finished well with rolled edges; I found no sharp edges anywhere.


The inside rear is also pretty typical, with a blue LED 120mm fan and the tool-free PCI locks are UV-reactive like the other tool-free locks.

One item inside is rather out of the ordinary… the electronics for the USB, IEEE 1394 and audio are exposed. Probably not an issue, but this is where I usually have a big wad of extra power cables if the PSU I happen to be using at the time isn't modular. A little care should be taken if there are a lot of cables to be hidden here.


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