iBUYPOWER releases its Revolt 3 Mk3 Mini-ITX PC at CES

Josh Spires | January 12, 2021 | Cases

iBUYPOWER Revolt 3 Mk3

Computer builder iBUYPOWER has just unveiled its new Revolt 3 Mk3 Mini-ITX PC at CES 2021 earlier this week. The 18.34 L small form factor case is a welcomed addition to the SFF community.

Taking a look at the promotional video released alongside the new case, we know that it features two USB-A 3.2 connectors and one USB-C 3.2 connector. It also has a power button and headphone/microphone combo jack.

Moving into the case, the four side panels are removable for easy builds and uncover a pre-installed 700 W gold SFX-L power supply from iBUYPOWER. The radiator mount, which supports up to 280mm, can be swung open and a large CPU cooler cutout on the rear to help with installation.

For those that haven’t moved to SSDs just yet, you can fit up to one 3.5″ drive along with two 2.5″ SSDs. The Revolt 3 Mk3 supports up to 319 x 140 x 58 mm in size.

The side panels are all ventilated and come with magnetic dust filters to keep components cool and dust out. On the one side, there is a metal rod that can be pushed out to hold your headphones, as well as a carrying handle on the top of the case.

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The case supports CPU coolers up to 140 mm and comes in at 18.34 L. You can pick the case up in a black or white finish, with the ability to mix and match the removable panels to suit your style.

From the specs and look of the case, it looks like it could be a great SFF case in the future. The Revolt 3 does look to follow a similar form factor to the NZXT H1, a great case from a large manufacturer.

The component clearances also look to be great, allowing for the latest and greatest to be put into the case without any other SFF cases. We do not currently know the price, but it is expected to release in the Spring of this year.

What do you think about the case? Would you be interested in purchasing it or building a system in it? Let us know in the comments below.

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