Antec Three Hundred is an inexpensive mini-tower case for users demanding a small yet powerful case – according to the manufacturer there is enough room for you to install video cards from GeForce 8800 family in it –, featuring three 5.25” bays, six internal 3.5” bays, one 120 mm rear fan, one top 140 mm fan (both with individual speed control), plus space for installing three extra 120 mm fans (two on the front and one at the side). Let’s take an in-depth look at this latest release from Antec.

Even though this case is on the gaming line from Antec, it has a very sober looks, being a very appealing product for professionals.

Antec Three Hundred CaseFigure 1: Antec Three Hundred case.

Antec Three Hundred CaseFigure 2: Antec Three Hundred case.

In Figure 3, you can see the front panel from this case. As you can see, this case doesn’t have a door. Being a mini-tower model it only has three external 5.25” bays. The front panel is perforated, helping on the airflow, also working  as a dust filter (washable, like all cases from Antec) for the two optional 120 mm fans that can be installed in front of the six internal 3.5” bays (more about them later).

Antec Three Hundred CaseFigure 3: Front panel.


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