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Reviewed Date: 12/1/2011
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ATX-CW500WP4


ATX-CW500W

Bestcovery

For around 40 bucks, Apevia gives you solid quality and a bit more of everything. First of all, the ATX-CW500WP4 delivers 500 Watts, which is outstanding enough at this price range. What else won't you find elsewhere for the price? Dual fans. A pair of 80mm fans (rear and top, depending on how you mount the PSU of course) provide the kind of airflow that frankly nobody else can match until you start talking about PSUs that are twice the price of Apevia's. And I don't find any reason to think that they've skimped on quality, either, although you probably won't want to push the 500W rating too hard. Remember: always get 1.5x the Wattage that you actually need -- think of the Apevia CW500WP4 as bridging the gap between 350W PSUs and the 500W/650W level. You certainly have sufficient juice and cooling for a system with a single PCIe card, and more than enough for a mainstream home or office PC.

Reviewed Date: 3/1/2011
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X-Fit-100

HiTech Legion

One lucky case in the Mini-ITX market is the Apevia X-Fit-100 Mini-ITX Case. The X-Fit-100 offers a slim profile and sleek look that will work with any mini-ITX application. There is enough space to fit a 2.5" hard drive, slim optical drive, and a low profile PCI card. The X-Fit-100 comes equipped with a Apevia Flex ATX 250W power supply, which is more than enough for a mini-ITX system. There are vents on the top and sides that help expel heat and keep the case quiet. The X-Fit-100 also has a sturdy build, constructed from 0.7mm metal SECC. The style and finish is black, which matches perfect with most people's decor.

Reviewed Date: 3/21/2009
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ATX-IB680W-RD   APEVIA 680W Iceberg Power -Red


Iceberg 680W

GeekInvaders.com

Today I will be reviewing the Apevia 680watt IceBerg PSU. I will go over some pictures of what you get with the IceBerg and some of the cool features of the unit. I will also do 3 different load tests. First let's take a look at the IceBerg from Apevia.

Reviewed Date: 10/23/2008
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X-Master



ThinkComputers

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.

Reviewed Date: 10/13/2008
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X-Sniper

Hardwarelogic

Well known for blasting enthusiasts with eye crushing chassis color options, Apevia introduces their new X-Sniper series of enclosures. These enclosures come in five different colors and boast unique features not commonly found on competing products. With the X-Sniper, Apevia continues to leverage their popularity by offering a budget-level chassis solution with enthusiast level features. Or does it? Will Apevia’s newest offering be able to give the people what they want? There is only one way to determine that, and HardwareLogic is bent on finding out!

Reviewed Date: 10/13/2008
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X-Qboii



ThinkComputers

Smaller form factors like micro ATX are really looked over when people are building systems. Many micro ATX motherboards offer you the same features as full ATX motherboards and usually cost much less. Maybe the reason is there are not many stylish micro ATX cases? Well Apevia is changing that with their X-Qboii case. This micro ATX case features a tool-free design, side panel window, 120mm LED fan, and is power packed with an included 500W power supply!

Reviewed Date: 10/6/2008
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X-Sniper

Virtual-Hideout.net

Apevia has quite a large lineup of cases, from full-towers like the X-Jupiter we reviewed earlier to the diminutive X-Qpack2 MicroATX case. Even with such an extensive lineup, they show no signs of slowing down, releasing the X-Sniper mid-tower case. When we reviewed the X-Jupiter, we found it to be an excellent entry into the full-tower market. Can the X-Sniper do the same for mid-towers?

Reviewed Date: 9/14/2008
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X-Master
Overclockersclub

At one time everyone had to have the biggest and fastest computers that could be built, but as time goes on more and more users are wanting smaller, quieter and more power efficient computers. With more home users wanting convenience and us techy guys wanting to expand our system count, many builders are putting together HTPC computers. What is an HTPC, you ask? HTPC stand for Home Theater Personal Computer, which is a computer that is hooked up to a multi-media system and a TV. HTPC computers use the same components in a regular desktop computer but in smaller cases to fit in with multi-media systems and blend in.

HTPC cases have been around for a while now but they have are becoming more popular since components being released are using lower power and generating less heat than before. HTPC cases come in a variety of  shapes, sizes and colors. Today we are going to take a look at one HTPC case from Apevia, the X-Master AL/500, which can be used as a small desktop case, media server case, or an HTPC case.

Reviewed Date: 9/11/2008
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X-Sniper

Procklockers

Apevia X-Sniper has a unique look all its own. The front panel is adorned with an aluminum metallic-colored door, and balanced by two fan speed controllers at the top; power and reset switches on the bottom. Plenty of front panel air ventilation holes ensure optimal heat exhaustion. X-Sniper is made of sturdy SECC metal and comes furnished with a large see-through window (G Type), or 25cm fan (S-Type).  With sufficient space, excellent airflow (2 × 120mm fans are pre-installed), with the option to install an additional 120mm fan at front), tool-less design, and geared with front accessible USB, firewire, and audio ports, the X-Sniper is unparalleled. Available now in five colors: black, silver, blue, green and red.

Reviewed Date: 9/8/2008
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X-Sniper

Overclocker Cafe

With so many cases available today, it comes down to a number of things while trying to decide which one is right for you.  That is in addition to the most important thing after quality, looks.  No one wants a cookie cutter case so variety is the spice of life.  Today, I'm going to take a look at the Apevia X-Sniper Mid Tower Chassis and determine just who this case is suited for.  Thanks to the folks over at Apevia for providing us with the X-Sniper for review.