As part of Antec’s focus on the PC gaming market, they are releasing a family of Dark Series cases all with MSRP’s under $100. The most recent announcement is the Dark Avenger 601 mid-tower case, which features X-ARGB strips and tempered glass window. Read More
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The Antec P101 Silent mid-tower case is designed with a minimalistic elegance and engineered for utter silence. It features sound damping panels and eight removable hard drive bays. It’s safe to say this case is geared towards customers who are serious about their quiet time and maximizing data storage.
Antec has launched a new mid-tower entry-level gaming case, the Antec GX202. The GX202 sports a rugged exterior design with two 120mm fans sitting behind mesh along with a plexi made side window. The chassis supports ATX, Micro-ATX and ITX size motherboards along with plenty of storage and cooling options available. The big take away on the case is going to be its affordable price of $44.99 at Newegg. Read More
Case fans are supposed to cool your case. As use in this review, a case fan is a fixed-voltage fan. Today we might want to call them non-PWM fans. These fans are “set ‘em and forget ‘em” fans. Except that some of you insist on using fan controllers to vary the speeds of your fans. Imagine that! Well, in any case (in any case – get it?) we’re going to look at more than twenty case fans. I say “more than twenty’’ because I can’t count. We have more than 30 fans and settings that we will be looking at today. If you are interested in counting actual fans, be my guest. Read More
One question which frequently turns up on forums, “What’s the best fan?”, but even that question is too broad. Let’s tighten our focus to 140 mm case fans. They can move air through your case and stay reasonably quiet while they are doing that. So let’s look at a bunch. Read More
Antec is a very well-known manufacturer of cases and power supply units, with an excellent reputation among gamers and enthusiasts. A few years ago Antec released their first power supply units aiming directly to gamers, the High Current Gamer series. Today, we are having a look at their latest revision, which sports an upgraded design and modular cables. It is the most powerful modular model which we will be testing today, the HCG-750M, a power supply capable of continuous 750W output. Read More
Antec sent one of their new mid-range units, the Earthwatts Platinum 650 W. The Earthwatts “family” is focused on ecological power for everybody, with a minimalistic philosophy, all with an impressively low price tag for 80+ Platinum efficiency.
We review the Antec Solo II – a case designed for enthusiasts who want a quiet machine. Does it live up to expectations? Read More
Antec was kind enough to send Overclockers.com a shiny new HCP-850 W power supply to review, this is Antec’s second model in the High Current Pro (HCP) series. While it is in related to the HCP-1200 W in name and efficiency the internals are almost certainly significantly different. We will, of course, check! Read More
Antec has been in the PC enclosure game for quite some time now, putting out gems like the full-tower Twelve Hundred and the Nine Hundred (now on V2), as well as some uniquely designed cases such as the LanBoy Air and Skeleton. They have given us a chance to review their brand new case as it is brought to market: the Antec Eleven Hundred. This case is designed to fill the gap between the mid-tower Nine Hundred V2, and the full-tower Twelve Hundred. Read More