- Brand Name: Xion
- Model Number: AXP100-001BK
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Color: Black/Blue
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1yr/Parts & Labor
Xion AXP 100 Gaming Series Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case - Retail (Black/Blue)
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- AXP 100 Gaming Series Black/Blue Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case _Retail.
- Spec. Type: ATX Mid Tower Color: Black with Blue LED Light Case Material: Steel Power Supply: NO
- Features: Unique V-Blade Front Panel design with Blue LED, Sliding Doors design for Drive Bays, Silent 120mm fans improve airflow inside the case.
- Expansion External 5.25" Drive Bays: 4 External 3.5" Drive Bays: 2 Internal 3.5" Drive Bays: 5
- 7 Front Ports Front Ports: USB x2, Audio x 2 Cooling system 1x120mm Blue LED Front Fans, 1x120 Black Rear Fan.
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1. Overall design of the case. I didn't want anything too complicated or flashy, but I didn't want something boring either. I liked the simplistic, yet stylish look of this case. Not an overly complicated design, just the subtle glow on the front and side to show off the futuristic design.
2. Expansion capabilities. I wanted something that could house a good number of drives. This one features room for 4 hidden hard drives, 4 external 5.25" bays, and 2 external 3.5" bays. Plenty of enough for my needs.
3. Layout and design of the interior. This case comes with (2) 120mm fans pre-installed. One on the front of the case which pulls air through the hidden hard drive enclosure, one on the back blowing out. With the inclusion of an optional fan in the side, the airflow is fairly solid inside this case. It also leaves plenty of room for larger video cards, although you may need to set your hard drives in the lower slots if the card is over 10-11" long.
4. As many others have mentioned, this case is made of steel and seems to be very sturdy.
Overall, I am very satisfied with this case. I have zero complaints as of yet.
#1: The 'case' is so cheaply made, it literally bends out of shape. First time I've EVER had a problem putting a board plate in, ever.
#2: They supply less than half the needed mounting screws. You'd better have extras, because these don't even come CLOSE to cutting it.
#3: The 'power button' is a cheaply made toy. Yup, a nice shiny piece of plastic, designed to break quick enough, IF it even makes it to you functioning (mine did not)
#4: No PSU (I guess that's a good thing, considering they'd try to pawn off a cheap one as well)
#5: The rest of the case (front USB, etc), cheap plastic, designed to fall off quicker than anything
Yes, I realize this is a 'cheap' case, but for $50, I expect a little bit more than massive frustration, non functioning parts, cheaply made crap. This one's going back.
1) Case fans are not speed controlled (that's just plain cheap)
2) The front panel audio/USB are at the very bottom of the case; pretty inconvenient even if you put it on your desk.
3) Clearly it's cheaply made stamped steel... which is fine, just don't expect Antec build quality.
It is pretty cool looking, my 9 year old loves it (he picked it out for his first ever PC build).
When it became unusable, the button twisted at an odd angle and would not spring back out of the front panel as usual. I tried to fix it, but my attempts failed. I am not the only person with this problem.
It was a nice case while it lasted, but because of the frequent button failure with other buyers I cannot recommend this case.
I took a star off for one reason. I replaced the fans that came with the case about six months ago for a new high performance build. Put some corsair high performance case fans in the front and the back. The fan on the front caused such a loud whistling from the air rushing past the grate that my whole family knew the computer was turned on. I felt awkward anytime they watched a movie because they had to turn up the volume considerably in order to hear what they were watching. I ended up using a saw and cutting the grate off to the point where the sound died, but if you have any desire to put high performance fans in your build, i would not recommend this case.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
For the price of 859.95 you will get the best case ever, its not like you can save 700 dollars and get something else, anyways I am in love with this case, I am not sure what makes... Read morePublished on December 1, 2013 by Allan PSN
Great product for the price. Looked pretty sweet. I used this case to build my friend a computer and he was stoked.Published on August 9, 2013 by Ryan Dorrity
loaded my components with no problem. Roomey as a fullsize case. Fits well on my desk. Wouild recomment this product.Published on May 9, 2013 by gestalt.
I built a computer as a media center for my living room TV. This case looks slick as part of the setup. Put a ASRock AM3 processors AMD 770-140W 4DDR3/ATI motherboard in it.Published on January 9, 2013 by D. Oppenheim
pros: a lot of space for thing. the ligthing is cool.
cons:the power and reset button both didn't work upon arrival.
I wouldn't recommend this case.
It looks nice but make sure your not to rough with it. The case is pretty cheap and is more on the fragile side. Looks AWESOME THOUGH.Published on December 14, 2011 by Tranman
the case was great but it seem to be missing one part but i got it replace from my old tower..its the small part for the motherbaord to rest on...easy to work around.. Read morePublished on November 18, 2011 by Eric
Well this a very cheap & simultaneously a great case! Just loved all the lights & all are working great! Love this case! Highly recommended!Published on November 9, 2011 by Taymoor
I have used this desktop for over a month now and have had no problems. It looks great and is very quiet. I would buy another....Published on October 18, 2011 by Phantom Reviewer