Monday, January 11th 2021

iBUYPOWER Debuts the New Revolt 3 MK3 Case During CES 2021

iBUYPOWER, a leading manufacturer of high-performance custom gaming PCs, today announced its latest addition to the legendary Revolt series of cases, the Revolt 3 MK3, during the all-digital Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

The small form factor (SFF) Revolt 3 MK3 will be designed to support a wide variety of high-performance PC components. Enabled by its perforated panels, the natural layout of the 18.4-liter case creates three separate airflow zones, one for the CPU and motherboard, one for the power supply (PSU), and one for the graphics card (GPU), to mitigate the heat transfer between components. Users can mount up to a 280 mm radiator to the hinged internal panel as well as an optional 80 mm exhaust fan to the top of the Revolt to help promote better GPU thermals.
The Revolt 3 MK3 will come equipped with a 700 W 80 Plus Gold SFX-L PSU installed and cables pre-routed for easy assembly and internal cable management. All system I/Os will route under the case to a large cutout where plug-in ports can easily be accessed and unsightly external cables can be managed and kept out of sight. With the ability to remove every exterior panel and keeping with the signature competition focused features originally introduced with iBUYPOWER's Revolt 2, users will be able to access and easily upgrade or swap the graphics card and storage devices without having to remove any other components or adjust cabling.

front I/O. Two Type-A ports will be routed internally to connect to the motherboard's Gen 1 header and a Type-C port pass through will connect to the motherboard's rear I/O. For portability and convenience, an included carrying handle is built into the top of the case, sitting flush with the top panel as to not disrupt the clean lines, but pops up with a push. In addition, pop-out holders on both sides of the case give users a place to hang their headset or other accessories when not in use.

Standing vertically, the Revolt 3 MK3 will feature a modern design with black and white color options and a contrasting, swappable, colored mesh inlay behind the front panel to allow for customization.

Availability
The Revolt 3 MK3 is expected to be available for purchase at the end of Q2, 2021 as part of an iBUYPOWER system or a standalone case.
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7 Comments on iBUYPOWER Debuts the New Revolt 3 MK3 Case During CES 2021

#1
phanbuey
The Revolt huh?

That case is not so REVOLTing, actually, it looks like a great design. Marketing/naming could use a little work though - not sure I would name anything "Revolt" that I wanted people to buy.
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#2
bonehead123
Even though I don't do SFF rigs, overall I like this case.... The hinged rad rack is, well, rad IMHO, as are the pop-put headphone hangers.. :)

Having said that, it seems they may have *cough* borrowed *cough* some design cues from Thermaltake's towers (TT900 & mini).... hopefully it will be just different enough to prevent any legal actions :)
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#4
Gmr_Chick
Looks like they just did a copy and paste version of NZXT's H1 and made it "different" by slapping their brand logo on it...
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#5
Crackong
In Pic No.4 it is a dual radiator setup ?
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#6
Caring1
Cute case, should be perfect for an APU build.
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#7
junglist724
Gmr_Chick
Looks like they just did a copy and paste version of NZXT's H1 and made it "different" by slapping their brand logo on it...
NZXT H1 wasn't exactly a novel design either. It's just a vertical sandwich layout case with less ventilation. This case actually has a completely different internal layout.
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