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Apevia X-Master HTPC Case Review  - PCstats.com Apevia X-Master HTPC Case Review
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“Home theater PC's or HTPC's have become quite popular over the past few years and many case manufacturers have comes out with HTPC cases. Most of them however have been quite expensive. Many people I know use their old PC for a HTPC so they don't want to spend a ton of money on a case for the HTPC, but they want something other than their normal PC case. This is where Apevia comes in with the X-Master, the X-Master is only $70 and it comes with a 500W power supply and can fit a normal ATX motherboard."
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