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Compact, chic and functional, the APEVIA X-QBOII mini tower case is a stylish choice to build your rig. Its understated design features a classic black color scheme, while a blue LED ray emits through the side and front vents to add eye-caching fun. It's compatible with MicroATX motherboards, and supports standard-size PSUs. The convenient I/O panel puts access to USB, FireWire and audio ports at your fingertips. A 500W PSU is included.

  • newegg Excellent Cooling One 120mm UV blue LED side fan with side and front meshes delivers efficient ventilation. The blue LED light creates a touch of mystic ambience.
  • newegg Tool-Less Design Provides easy and quick installation of drives.
  • newegg Front I/O Panel Two USB 2.0, one Firewire and two audio ports allow handy access to peripherals.
  • newegg 500W PSU Included A 500W PSU is pre-installed to provide robust power for your entire system.

Learn more about the APEVIA CORP. X-QBOII-NW-BK/500

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • William J.
  • 4/23/2016 5:29:16 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsPower Supply Noise

Pros: It's a case that's cheap

Cons: The case can't handle ssd without a special box for it

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/20/2016 2:50:58 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsI do not recommend !

Pros: The case looks pretty good for what your paying for it.

Cons: - The power supply died within a few days of use
- Terrible cable management, but it could just be me lol.

Other Thoughts: - I do not recommend

Manufacturer Response:

You can do an RMA through us for the power supply to get an exchange on the PSU if you are still under our warranty period. You can contact Apevia's customer service at service@apevia.com or call at (909) 718-0789. We try to reply to all calls and e-mails as soon as we can.

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  • Matthew F.
  • 12/29/2014 10:09:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsCase is ok, psu is not

Pros: It LOOKS like a good deal for the price.
PSU didn't fry my system when it attempted.

Cons: Where to start? First off the psu attachments for CPU power is a single 4-pin which doesn't work with most motherboards nowadays. The PSU also pretty drastically underperforms as many have noted. My system should pull about 350w at full load (one card, 1 hd). This PSU started smelling like ozone from the go, under light strain just fizzled out (literally just shut down, black screen, yikes). I freaked out, thankfully nothing got fried, and I was able to restart successfully (after a thorough inspection). But I looked up this APEVIA 500w power supply reviewed on NewEgg and this an all their others apparently short out eventually - some also take several expensive components with them.

Other Thoughts: Just FYI it comes with an APEVIA ATX-TL500W-BK power supply. Stay away.

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  • Dan K.
  • 2/18/2014 9:23:26 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDO NOT BUY

Pros: Cheap, nice case.

Cons: Worthless power supply.

Other Thoughts: Well, after 3 months of ok usage, this weak power supply just fried my processor and hard drive. I read the reviews. I didn't heed their warnings. I paid the price. There goes $400 down the drain.

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  • Daniel P.
  • 12/30/2013 1:32:33 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNot good

Pros: Small, takes up less space (in the dumpster)

Cons: Power supply dead on arrival

Other Thoughts: Buying 2 of these cases was a big mistake, a $133.00 dollar mistake. Thanks for nothing Newegg When people spend money, they expect to actually purchase goods with it, not Bads

Manufacturer Response:

You can do an RMA through us for the power supply to get an exchange on the PSU if you are still under our warranty period. You can contact Apevia's customer service at service@apevia.com or call at (909) 718-0789. We try to reply to all calls and e-mails as soon as we can.

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  • Richard M.
  • 11/21/2013 9:41:54 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsPower Supply junk

Pros: N/A

Cons: Off/On switch on PSU broke with in One hour of use. Wouldn't be surprised if they included it to boost sales of the product. Always use caution when buying PSU that is included with the case.

Manufacturer Response:

You can do an RMA through us for the power supply to get an exchange on the PSU if you are still under our warranty period. You can contact Apevia's customer service at service@apevia.com or call at (909) 718-0789. We try to reply to all calls and e-mails as soon as we can.

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  • Joshua S.
  • 9/17/2013 3:44:51 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsUpdate

Pros: This is an update on my(Blyss Sarania) previous review below. Despite opening from the wrong side and the mobo going in rotated 180 it is quite possible to do some cable management. What I did was took some twist ties(like for trash bags) and burned off the plastic/paper so I was left with the thin flexible wire inside. I then used that to bind the wires out of the way to various parts of the chassis. I also stuffed some under the mobo itself, and some in an unused drive bay. If I could post a picture I would but it turned out nice.

Cons: That PSU... it works but there is no way it can handle 500 watts. I was overclocking my FX6300 and I had bumped the voltage up to 1.45 and I was getting errors in prime95 even though I had only overclocked to 4.1GHZ which is actually not an overclock at all. That processor is 3.5ghz normal 4.1ghz turbo. Temp was fine, ruled everything out. Then I noticed in cpu Z that the core voltage dropped DRAMATICALLY when P95 was running. At idle it showed the proper 1.45 volts but with all 6 cores on the processor maxed the vcore was hovering around 1.3 which is apparently not enough to keep the FX 6300 stable at it's turbo frequency.

The FX6300 at it's turbo 4.1GHZ draws 162 watts which is quite a bit. But there is nothing else in my system drawing much power. I have one laptop HDD in there. One Geforce GT 610 which draws 29watts under max load. That's it. No other drives, no optical. No expansion cards. So the max my setup could draw right now with everything at full load would be right at 200 Watts.

Also I notice under a heavy load that besides the VCORE dropping which will cause serious instability. The +12v drops to 11.8 so I shudder to think what adding a nice GPU to the 12v line will do.

The fact that it performs like this with only a 200 watt load tells me that pushing it much further and it will be insufficient. I highly doubt you could pull 300 watts and certainly not 500.

Other Thoughts: Bottom line: The PSU is adequate for "family computer" type builds. For a gaming rig I'm almost certain it will be insufficient. Next month when I get a nice graphics card I will try it but I am expecting it to not be powerful enough. Fortunately I have a backup on hand!

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  • Joshua S.
  • 9/12/2013 5:03:54 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGood but BACKWARDS

Pros: Price.
Looks nice and non descript but still not a beige box.
Included fan is nice and quiet and big.
PSU working so far(but can't afford good graphics til next month so I imagine my draw is limited... 95 Watt TDP 6 core vishera 6300, 1 hard drive. 1 Geforce GT610 I had left over as a spare until I can afford something a LOT better. That's it. Probably pulling no more than 200Watts on a full load.)

The screwless mounting that others complained about worked great for me. I like it.

Cons: It's BACKWARDS. Other reviewers have mentioned this but:

#1 the motherboard installs upside down. That's not that big a deal in the end for me but worth note.

#2 The case opens from the right side... the wrong side. The not left side. This is WHY the mobo goes in upside down(actually it would be more correct to say rotated 180 degrees. Upside down would be with the connectors and stuff facing the inaccessible side). If it didn't go in rotated, your expansion slots and external ports would face the drive bays.

-1 egg for being different for no good reason.

Other Thoughts: Yeah, that PSU. We will see about that when I drop in some power hungry graphics. I have a backup on hand lol. Will report back.

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/28/2013 5:16:04 AM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsAcceptable but frustrating

Pros: Cheap with built in PSU, easy front cover removal, easy to use DVD latches.

Cons: Pre-installed standoffs, no front fan (only one side fan in the whole unit), poor documentation.

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  • Patrick C.
  • 2/23/2013 9:03:36 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsStill going strong...

Pros: Appearance, space, tooless assembly, airflow, Original PSU still alive and well.

Cons: Cable management

Other Thoughts: I originally posted on this case on December 9, 2010.

The unit has performed flawlessly since put to work over 2 years ago.
Power supply furnished in case is still kicking, never skipped a beat or a single glitch.

This PC has run at least 10 to18 hours per day for over 2 years. I routinely play PC games such as ALL of the Call of Duty series, "Spacemarine" (a personal favorite), MS FlightSim, "IL-2 Sturmovik 1946".

The CPU (Intel core I5 quad) and Radeon 5670 HD stay cool under load. This is precisely why with the upgrade/rebuild about to commence, I opted to continue using this case vs getting a new one.
Although not a "Super Enthusiast" capable PC, it has been worked hard both in game play (on and offline games), productivity (Office-Work related), and just plain old "Surfing" ;-)

I am rebuilding with Radeon 7870 LE Tahiti "Myst" graphics card, a new 630W single rail 12v, 80 PLUS Certified PSU, 12 GB DDR3, Win 7 Home Prem 64bit WD "Black" 64 mg cache, 7200 RPM, replacing/adding fans for greater Negative pressure.

I will be using the Apevia PSU in another build of a "Give-Away" PC, largely using components replaced in new build for one to give away for a more than capable home PC.

I still give this case high marks, even moreso given it has run a great many hours per day since built and has shown no signs of wear, age or efficiency.

Definitely recommend for the budget minded builder, adding an additional fan or two improves it's cooling capabilities.

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