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Six Antec cases tested

Posted on Saturday, July 05 2008 @ 05:19:13 CEST by


X-bit Labs published a roundup of six cases from Antec: the P182, Sonata Plus 550, Nine Hundred, Three Hundred, NSK3480 and NSK1380.
But when you are assembling your system with your own hands, you care about the system case you use. People who often upgrade their PCs (gamers, for example) and people who use top-of-the-line components that must be cooled normally are also meticulous about this matter. It is for these user categories that this article is written for.

This roundup covers six completely different system cases from Antec. Founded in 1986, this company is a renowned manufacturer of system cases, power supplies and coolers. Antec’s products belong to the midrange and higher price category and may seem expensive. Let’s see what is offered for that money, though.
Check it out over here.



 



 

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