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APEX 275W 4 Expansion slots 0.8mm Steel Slim MicroATX Case (Black/Silver) DM-387
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- Case Type: Slim MicroATX
- Material: 0.8mm Steel
- M/B Type: MicroATX, Flex ATX
- Drive Bays: 3
- Expansion Slots: 4x Low-Profile Expansion Slots
- Cooling System: 1x 80mm Cooling Fan
- Side Windows: No
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|Dimensions||15.75 inches x 3.9 inches x 12.75 inches||12.8 inches x 17 inches x 3.9 inches||4.13 inches x 13.39 inches x 17.32 inches||15 inches x 12 inches x 10 inches|
|Item Weight||Information not provided||13.3 pounds||7.3 pounds||10 pounds|
|Material||Steel||0.8mm SGCC Steel||steel||Plastic|
|Supported Motherboard||Micro-ATX||Micro-ATX||Information not provided||Mini-ITX|
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Top Customer Reviews
Someone mentioned no SSD mounting --- in the case I got there was, on the right side (looking at it) on the bottom part of the drive cage.
leave the optical drive sticking about an inch out of the drive cage (or whatever the screw holes bring it to) and it'll line up perfect on the face when you reinstall the cage frame.
The case fan is loud so if that's a concern get a SilenX EFX-08-12 Effizio Silent 80mm fan and swap it out as part of the build --- I've ordered one from Amazon and WILL replace the existing fan as it's just to loud for my tastes. Not a ding on the case, just my personal preference.
All in all for the money it'd be hard to beat this case.
1st, I've built approx. 50 - 60 workstations using this chassis over the years and only one those had a PSU failure about a year later and in 3 others the PSU cooling failed after 3 years (replacement PSUs are only $30 or so), the rest have been churning along, some for over 6 years now. A couple of my lab systems have potent MSI A88XM Gaming motherboards with AMD A10-7870K (nicely over clocked!), 16GB DDR3 2400, an AMD R7 240GB SSD and a WD "Black" 1TB hard drive being used as internal BU and I've not had a single issue with the PSU providing enough power for these every day!
The minor mods I mentioned above include replacing the stock exhaust fan with a white bladed "Arctic F8 PWM PST" 80mm fan (these move lots of air while still being very quiet and are VERY tough). The next thing I do and in fact have done to every one of these is apply a clear adhesive cover over the side breathing area directly above the CPU or APU in this case... Here's why, when I got my first version of this in for testing I discovered with the right fan, covering ALL of the holes on the cover but leaving the slot holes open on the bottom of the same cover, the air flow speed was excellent so, though not a huge volume of air, the air that moved through the case, did so very quickly producing excellent cooling numbers even under heavy load. Heck, I've even done some builds with a small video car AND all the other stuff I mentioned above...Read more ›
But it's small enough to haul onto your desk or bench if and when you need to open it up to change drives, or fans or memory. For getting at the components, I hugely prefer the slim design to the "shoebox" style micro-cases; with the APEX you get access to the motherboard without drives sitting on top of everything.
I used to have these Antec cases which were terrific as well, but I don't need the capacity for 6 PCI cards and 6 3.5 inch HDDs.
Simplistic yet attractive design
Easy to install components and set up
Metal casing is durable and sturdy.
Comes with all the common features you'd expect.
The door is a bit cheap feeling
Optical Drive will not open the door for you. (Not successfully anyway.)
The depth on this case is a little high. Check your dimensions to ensure it will fit.
Sure, there are aspects that are a bit cheap. And they are very long (deep) cases, but I am more than happy and would recommend them to anybody not needing the larger space for extra hard drives or full height graphics cards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very solidly build compact case. A little heavy from the thick steel construction but easy to use. It will only accept one full sized 3. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Peter
Bought for a friend, only downside we had was that it was a slim case, but it was our fault for not looking closely. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Aidan Troy
I built a PC for my neighbor. It had to fit on a small vertical shelf - which this did. I also used the ESC KBN-I/5200 MoBo which I highly recommend. Read morePublished 24 months ago by C. Hintz
I originally bought this case to build a brand new computer, capable of running a few server programs. Read morePublished on August 19, 2014 by Lance
Good MATX case for home and office. Nice and compact without getting too hot.Published on July 24, 2014 by C.A.
Over the years I have built 60 or so office PCs with this case. The slim look and small foot print make them ideal for the office environment. Read morePublished on July 3, 2014 by Wizard
Still my all-time favorite slimline case. The power supplies are good but if you plan to use and add-on video card, get the Rosewill 350W for this case. Read morePublished on May 19, 2014 by crasagam