Thursday, May 24th 2018

Apexgaming Announces the X-Mars Tempered Glass Gaming Case

Apexgaming , a worldwide leader in manufacturing gaming cases, power supplies and computer peripherals, today announces its reddot winner the flagship X-Mars full-tower E-ATX gaming chassis. Inspired by the Greek god of war, Ares Mars, the Apexgaming X-Mars is a full-tower gaming chassis stands out with its unique exterior design and highly expandability. The materials processed are steel, brushed aluminum and tempered glass, giving the X-Mars a pronouncedly masculine appearance. The case offers an abundant space that can accommodate up to fourteen 120mm fans, one maximum 480mm radiators, graphic cards with a length up to 432mm, 28mm wide spacey room for cable routing behind M/B tray as well as sufficient capacity for up to eleven 3.5" drives or fourteen 2.5" drives. The Apexgaming X-Mars, with its high-performance interior compatibility and enthralling gaming spirit exterior design, makes it a perfect choice for utmost gaming experience possible ever.
Apexgaming X-Mars Junior
Visually Stunning Gaming Spirit Case Design
The exterior of the case itself is a sturdy masculine aesthetic design built from solid steel and brushed aluminum for a powerful, aggressive and virile look. The brushed aluminum X shape and the RGB lighting casted from the front mesh panel echo the mysterious strong power represented by the god of war and the capability to conquer in the gaming battle ground. Furthermore, the integrated stands design gives this case a steady structure for a maximum forceful foundation support.

4mm Tempered Glass to Show off Your System Build
The full window tempered glass design allows gamers/builders to fully display and show off their system build and fancy lighting. The dazzling visual effect with fourteen RGB lightings makes the case shine and bright and hard to neglected.

Ultimate Expandability for Superb Performance
The X-Mars equipped with all the essential specs to stand out from the crowd. The X-Mars supports vertical graphic card mount with the length up to 432mm, and support E-ATX motherboard up to 12" x 13".

Outstanding Airflow and Heat Dissipation
The case offers an abundance of space for up to fourteen 120mm fans. This design provides high efficiency heat dissipation for high-airflow and large volume cooling for materials long service life.

The Impressive 480mm Radiator Support
X-Mars can accommodate one maximum 480mm radiators (minus HDD trays).The 480mm radiator support is the highest spec. on the market which allows high airflow with increased capacity to provide sufficient cooling performance to all components.

USB 3.1 and Type-C Ultra-High-Speed Transmission Support
USB 3.1 and Type-C doubles the transmission rate of USB 3.0, reaching transfer speeds up to 10 Gb/s. The X-Mars is an extreme competitive gaming model equipped with superior speed to conquer.

Smart Storage Configuration
The X-Mars offers sufficient capacity for up to eleven 3.5" drives or fourteen 2.5" drives. Modular hard drive cages and space-saving side-mounted SSD bays make the most of interior volume. The tool-free hard drives installation makes gamers/builders spend less time on setup and maintenance. The best part is gamers/builders can freely adjust the capacity arrangement according to their real demand to achieve the optimized system performance.

Built-in RGB controller
The built-in RGB controller is a 8 port hub that can connect with RGB capable motherboards to synchronize the light mode/color mode control with the strips in the front panel. There is also a built-in memory function to save the color applied and insure the same color selection every time you boot your PC.

Availability:
  • The Apexgaming X-Mars E-ATX Full-Tower Chassis, product availability to be announced. Suggested MSRP USD999.
  • The similar model, the Apexgaming X-Mars Junior Chassis will be available by E/June, MSRP USD189.90
About Apexgaming
Apexgaming, launched in Q4 2017 based in California, is a rising star gaming brand specialized in providing competitive PC gaming solutions including cases, power supplies and accessories to passionate gamers. Apexgaming is the win-win joint venture of Apextechusa and OEM Solytech Corportation (TW:1471). With the advantage of more than 30 years expertise and factory manufacture, Apexgaming is committed to delivering cost-competitive devices and leading-edge technology backed by renowned service and support. Apexgaming is on the mission to "Make Gamers Better." Further information available at www.apexgaming.info.
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17 Comments on Apexgaming Announces the X-Mars Tempered Glass Gaming Case

#1
dj-electric
We're coming full circle with airblocking. The next step of human evolution will include nothing but small screens of fans instead of actual fans behind the glass. It will have the same cooling effect anyway...
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#2
PowerPC
I never get the transparent side panel on the cable management side. That whole side is clearly designed to be hidden away... :kookoo:
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#3
I No
Digging the case design but the overkill fan set-up is ....bweah!
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#4
Baffles
dj-electricsmall screens of fans instead of actual fans behind the glass.
brb, pitching your idea to bitwit
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#5
Vayra86
1995 called, they want their fans back.

Also whats with this interior mock up... two AIOs over the CPU in there, squares around the fans, some weird breed of GPU...

ALIENS!
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#6
Hood
This takes the prize for ugliest case ever. Only the most delusional, clueless boy gamer would buy this monstrosity. It's also way to expensive. I don't know what's up with that $999. (obviously a typo), but even $189.90 is about 4 times what it's worth (and the "junior" case isn't shown). Is this entire press release a bad joke? @Chino - you really should at least proof-read these low quality press releases instead of just copy/paste.
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#7
Baffles
HoodThis takes the prize for ugliest case ever. Only the most delusional, clueless boy gamer would buy this monstrosity. It's also way to expensive. I don't know what's up with that $999. (obviously a typo), but even $189.90 is about 4 times what it's worth (and the "junior" case isn't shown). Is this entire press release a bad joke? @Chino - you really should at least proof-read these low quality press releases instead of just copy/paste.
If the case is actually made primarily of aluminum and glass, and doesn't use an existing chassis, $999 seems about right just in terms of tooling and material costs (look at the big limited edition cases from InWin).

Looks are subjective of course (I also think its hideous), but purely from a PR standpoint I don't see why this shouldn't be published.
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#8
Chino
HoodThis takes the prize for ugliest case ever. Only the most delusional, clueless boy gamer would buy this monstrosity. It's also way to expensive. I don't know what's up with that $999. (obviously a typo), but even $189.90 is about 4 times what it's worth (and the "junior" case isn't shown). Is this entire press release a bad joke? @Chino - you really should at least proof-read these low quality press releases instead of just copy/paste.
Unfortunately, we're not allowed to touch press releases. So, we share them exactly how they were sent to us. Nevertheless, I've reached out to the manufacturer for price confirmation and more images. No response so far though.
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#9
neatfeatguy
At this rate, might as well get a box fan and use it for a computer case instead of simply just sticking tons and tons of small fans inside a case....probably look as good and be more effective at keeping things cool.




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#10
HZCH
A "masculine appearance"? To whom is this case supposed to be sold?? The hell did PR department smoke???
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#11
biffzinker
PowerPCI never get the transparent side panel on the cable management side. That whole side is clearly designed to be hidden away... :kookoo:
But the PR shot proves how clean and uncluttered it could be if you skip on the essential power supply. :laugh:
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#12
AnarchoPrimitiv
2008 wants their case back....is there anyone that still thinks red and black is still cool? It's the most played out trope in "gaming"
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#13
DeathtoGnomes
sad they didnt provide indoor pics, but the red clear plastic is so ....
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#14
NJM1564
And the winner for teh most noiziest case of the year is, with 14 fans, this case... whatever it's called.
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#15
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Thermaltake-ish anyone?
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#16
coonbro
HZCHA "masculine appearance"? To whom is this case supposed to be sold?? The hell did PR department smoke???
8 to 12 year old wanting to be the big man to his buddies ? out side of that all the led lighting seems to try to mimic a rainbow coalition banner [opinion] then maybe masculine appearance is a guy in buttless chaps ?and spike heel cowboy boots ? [more opinion] ...lol.....
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#17
Th3pwn3r
Did anyone else see the case and just start laughing?
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