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APEVIA X-Dreamer 4 ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case with 5 Fans, Large Red Tinted Side Window, LCD Temperature Display, USB2.0/USB3.0/HD Audio Ports, Hard Disk Hot Swap Bay for 3.5"/2.5" Drive, up to 7 x Cooling Fan Space - Pink/Red
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- Apevia ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case w/ Large Red Tinted Side Window
- Include 5 Fans: 1 x 200mm Red LED Fan + 4 x 120mm Fans
- 2 x USB 2.0 + 1 x USB 3.0 + 2 x HD Audio
- 1 x Front LCD Temperature Display
- 1 x Hot Swap Drive Bay for 3.5"/2.5" Drive
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Apevia X-Dreamer 4 provides the same quality and similar design as the previous X-Dreamer cases with some extra flash. An updated design makes this case appear more sleek and modern than the previous models with the power and reset switches encircling the front LCD temperature readout. This rock solid chassis features front accessible USB2.0 ports, a USB3.0 port, and high definition audio ports for easy use of peripherals, innovative 5.25" drop-down doors unify the color of the front panel, and built-in 120mm and 200mm fans add a nice breeze to your system. In addition, we have included a hot-swappable drive bay for either an external 3.5" or 2.5" hard drive. Our stunning X-Dreamer 4 is unbeatable on its value and quality.
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What I can say is that mines did arrive perfectly intact and I am happy with I can see from it. The side panel comes on and off very easily. It takes no effort at all. The case appears spacious inside and it looks like it will be very easy to work with when I get my remaining parts for this build.
Here are some things I found out upon receiving that might be important to know before you purchase this.
1. The pre-installed fans in the case are all molex. They will all run at full speed since they can't be controlled by the motherboard. If this bothers you, just swap them out. The window size is 200mm and the rest are 120mm. Luckily, you will only need a single molex power cable as all the pre-installed fans can be daisy chained together.
2. The temperature reader uses a probe that you just stick in to wherever you want. To be honest, since you can't stick it directly onto your CPU or GPU, it is kind of useless and probably won't provide you with any beneficial information. My best recommendation is to let it float freely wherever it won't be obstructing air flow or hitting any fans or touching sensitive parts and measure ambient temperature inside the case.
3. The rear expansion slots have shields that need to be snapped off to install things such as GPU's and PCIe adapters (such as wifi cards). This is slightly annoying and you need to make sure that check which ones need to be removed because you will only have on shot at it. If you remove the wrong one, you won't really be able to close the slot hole.
4. Be careful of what CPU Cooler you plan on using. The side fan does take up about a good inch of clearance, so make sure you are prepared to possibly remove it (I will be doing this for the cooler I chose for this build).
Other than that, this case is really nice just from what I've seen from my inspection. It is super light weight surprisingly for what looks like a very thick and bulky piece. I am looking forward to putting together this machine.
The notches for the standoffs are marked so it's incredibly easy to place them. All the parts fit and aligned perfectly. My only complaint is that the pictures on the handbook were somewhat difficult to read, but for most builders who are experienced, that's no problem as you already know what to do. It's mostly about the order you place things in anyway, it's pretty self-explanatory.
Daisying the fans together was no problem at all, I honestly don't even consider it an issue, not sure why so many people here seem to mind it so much. It was actually a very nice touch having the fans and even room for additional cooling systems if you want it - though for most builds the amount of fans is plenty, you really won't need more. This tower has excellent ventilation.
Inserting the optical drives was very easy, though like another user here mentioned, once you remove the plastic it won't go back in so make sure you know what you're doing or you'll have a gaping hole in your tower and that doesn't look good at all.
The hard drive was incredibly easy to place and hook up, there was plenty of room for more and I felt the layout was very simple.
I might have preferred the power supply being closer to the top of the tower, but it wasn't that big a deal and I actually ended up loving the layout overall.
The USB connections and such near the top are excellent, my old PC did not have that, nor could my old motherboard support it so I was very happy about it. Plus this tower glows a lovely blue and I liked that very much.
I didn't buy this tower for the temperature reading, so I didn't even bother setting up that bit, but if you do care for that know that there are several ways to go about it.
You can just stick the temperature part into the processing chassis, nothing else required. You can also use thermal tape to stick it in - not required though, but for some reason sticking tape to the processing chassis seems like a bad idea to me. You can also measure the temperature of other things like the hard drive which i would never think to do because well, I just wouldn't I suppose.
Overall it's a tower, it does its job, there isn't much more to expect or consider. If you're incredibly picky about these things you could go another route as I've heard complaints about things like the temperature reading but to me I just wanted an easy to build budget case that I could play my games on that was available over Amazon Prime so it's serving my needs perfectly.
Also to note, this case can fit a lot of motherboards, it had most types marked. If you're new to PC building, make sure to look up if your motherboard will fit your tower and stuff.