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Apevia X-Jupiter Jr. S Type

Former staff writer    -   October 22, 2007
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Closer Look:

The side panel attaches with two thumb screws. Getting the case stripped down to take a peek at the innards shows a completely tool-free design for the drives. The upper and lower drive bays have a sliding mechanism that locks into the drives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The bottom 3.5" hard drive tray is turned 90° to allow for easier mounting of the hard drives. It is also removable and would be a great place to mount a pump or 1x120mm radiator for water cooling.

 

 

The inside of the rear panel houses the 120mm fan and tool-free PCI card system.

 

 

With the front bezel removed the stamped steel case shows the spot where you can install a 120mm fan, which is not included for the intake. Also, we finally see where the shippers did their damage. The two pieces below the bezel are two of the six clips that secure the bezel to the case. Fortunately there is no noticeable gap with the missing pieces.

 

 

Here is the side panel with the massive 250mm fan installed. Some internet research revealed that the fan is made by Young Lin Tech Co LTD, but no specs were available.

 

 

The remaining accessories include the screws/standoffs, drive rails for the removable hard drive tray, an RF choke, and an EMD Bracket.  There is also a very detailed manual, though it contained no directions on where to install the RF Choke and EMD Bracket. The RF choke gets the front panel (PWR/RST/SPKR/HDD LED/PWR LED) cables wrapped up and the EMD Bracket gets screwed to the chassis.

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (Working Components)
  4. Installation
  5. Specifications & Features
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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