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Apex Computer Technology PC-389-C 10bay ATX Tower No Psu USB / Hd PC389C

4.1 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews
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Product Description

Apex PC-389-C System Cabinet - Mid-tower - Black PC-389-C Computer Cases

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7.2 x 19 x 16 inches
Item Weight 15 pounds
Shipping Weight 12.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B0029V0G48
Item model number PC-389-C
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4.1 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #971 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Computer Cases
Date first available at Amazon.com April 2, 2004

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Arrived in good condition. Pretty decent case for the price(24.99). This would make a excellent server case as it has room for 7 drives.

A few sharp edges so be careful.

Fairly decent looks.

I prefer cooler master cases, but at less than half the price of a 912 haf, this case does the job. Probably the best bang for the buck. Sheet metal may be a tad thin, but I have seen thinner. Can not be beat for budget builds imo.

The Build:

Screw holes for power supply were off slightly
screw holes for hard drive off slightly
Front LED cable too short to reach connector on motherboard, rest if front panel wires were just barely long enough.
80 mm on back of case

Best usage scenario:

atom or amd hudson low power processors that do not require lots of cooling.

As mentioned previously, good enough for use as a server case

I paid 24.99. After working with the case, I am reasonably satisfied, but I would not pay more than that.
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Would have been another star or maybe two but the wiring from the front panel LED's is about two inches too short to use with a full size ATX motherboard. It would probably be OK for a micro ATX board. I was able to solve the problem by removing the front panel and re-routing the wire through the vent holes for the front fan. Of course this negates use of a front fan but with a 65 Watt CPU I don't really care! Also the info on the web site states four 5.25 inch openings in the front panel. Wrong! There are only three usable slots. The top one is used for the USB and power/reset switches and I haven't figured out if it's relocatable or not. Construction looks pretty good so for the price I can put up with a few glitches.
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A good buy, but lacking the advertised fan.

This case is indeed made of lighter gauge steel than many I have used in the past, but the one I received is perfectly adequate for my use as the housing for a "test" computer in which I frequently remove and install hard disk drives, DVD drives, plug-in cards, floppy disk (gasp!) drives, media card readers, etc. The relatively large number of both "external" and internal bays allows simultaneous installation of more than enough hardware devices for nearly any peripheral configuration I wish. It's particularly useful to have two 3-1/2-inch "external" bays, given the proliferation of 3-1/2-inch wide media readers and other add-ons. It is true, however, that one of the "four" 5-1/4-inch front panel "external" bays is used by the manufacturer for included switches, LEDs, and USB "ports", so that only three "external" 5-1/4-inch front panel bays are available to the user.

I found the front panel wiring more than sufficiently long to reach pin headers on both ATX and microATX motherboards, and the size of the case allows easy installation of either size motherboard. Power supply mounting holes matched several power units of various brands which I've accumulated over the years. Comments about lack of cable management puzzle me - that's what plastic cable ties are for. I've had no issues mounting cooling fans, though the case might be tight for devices requiring liquid cooling - I'm not a gamer, and don't use liquid-cooled devices.

The location of the front power switch and reset switch - a blessing! - below the top and facing forward, is far superior to a location on top (like a couple of purchased desktop machine's I've acquired), or low on the front panel.
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This is the second Apex case that I purchased from Amazon. My first one, APEX PC-319 ATX Mid Tower SL 300W 4 2 (4) Bays USB Audio 2*FAN C2D System Cabinet - Black still sits under my desk reliably working since it was purchased back in 2010.

The Apex PC-389-C is not constructed as the PC-319 which has heavier gauge panels and longer HDD/PWR/RST LED cables etc. However, if you basically just need a case to contain a motherboard, hard drives , DVD burners and other surplus items, then this is the one you really need.

I recently paired this case with a ECS Elitegroup (1.0) AMD C-60 APU (1GHz, Dual-Core) AMD A45 Hudson D1 Mini ITX DDR3 1066 BGA 413 Motherboard/CPU Combo HDC-I2/C-60 which was purchased here at Amazon.

For less than $85, my wife now has a newer, faster and sexier desktop than the old Dell Dimension 2400 that it is now replacing. Trying to upgrade an old Dell machine is a lesson in futility and utter nonsense since both the power supply and motherboard are proprietary meaning that you can't just by any motherboard and expect it to fit.

Mounting the new board in a Dell case is another complex issue. You need to remove twelve instead of the usual 4-6 screw to remove the old motherboard. And if you do manage this, figuring out a way to isolate the bottom of the old Dell case making contact with the new and causing a short circuit is another challenge. Those with you who have upgraded this model and other Dell machines can sympathise with the challenges. Also, the old power supply will not work since their version of 20 pins it really different in terms of fit and polarity.

Otherwise, the $25 that I paid for this case is money well spent.
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