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Case Appeals AVZ Test Bench Review

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Introduction and Features

Case Appeals creates custom test benches, show cases

Courtesy of Case Appeals

Before this year's Quakecon event, we wanted a custom case created for PC Perspective's annual hardware workshop. We enlisted Case Appeals to create us an AVZ test bench to mesmerize the hardware workshop crowd and we also thought it would also make for a great review article too. Check out our indepth review of this custom test bench and show piece.  


Courtesy of Case Appeals

Steve Adams, the owner of Case Appeals, has been making these custom creations for several years now for the likes of top companies like ASUS, NVIDIA, Crucial, and Patriot to name a few. Adams said people can use these cases with any type of air or watercooled configurations and they are built to order so consumers will get exactly what they need and to their specific requirements.


The case we received from Case Appeals is called the AVZ. It's designed for micro ATX and full ATX motherboard form factors and includes two 120mm fans attached to the motherboard tray as well as a power and reset button. The case also sports two red acrylic 5.25" and 3.5" drive bays that can handle up to three hard optical drives and four hard drives. 


  • Steel frame (20 gauge steel)
  • Custom graphics available
  • Automotive base/clear coat (3 each)
  • Motherboard tray tilts for easy access
  • Motherboard standoffs raised off tray to route wires underneath
  • Every case built to order

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