Reviews Of X-Sniper

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: 10/6/2008
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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: 9/11/2008
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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.

Reviewed Date: 8/21/2008
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X-Sniper

OCIA.NET

We review quite a few cases here at OCIA.net, but it's been a few months since our last one from Apevia. It's always exciting to see what new chassis designs they come up with. One common factor among them all is the ability of Apevia to produce a quality, stylish case at a very good price. Today we have a new mid-tower to take a look at, dubbed the X-Sniper.

Reviewed Date: 8/20/2008
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X-SniperG-BK


X-Sniper

hi-techreviews.com

Unless you have lived under a rock for a very long time I am quite positive that you have heard of Apevia before.  They are a company that is not content to produce just one item for the computer enthusiast market, but instead they have opted to provide a mixed bag of high quality items to choose from.  This includes and is not limited to cases, power supplies and a numerous accessories to cool, look cool and provide that special look all of us work so hard to obtain in our computer system.