Antec ATX Mid-Tower Case - 7 Expansion slots, 2x USB2.0, 2x USB3.0, Enlarged CPU cutout - P100

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3.8 (1)
SKU: #13059105
$102.99
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Overview

Advanced Design and Technology

The Antec P100 Performance One Series CPU Case is the perfect blend of style and performance. Featuring Antec's Quiet Computing technologies and the Performance One series design, this P100 CPU case ensures minimum system noise and efficient operation. It is designed with a sleek front bezel and a double-hinged door, which makes this Antec case look stylish. The door opens up to 270 degrees to enable easy access to the inside of the case. Made of steel and foam, the dual-layer construction panels not only prove to be durable, but also ensure reduced noise. It features cable routing holes with grommet lining to protect the cables from damages. Also, this CPU case has 20mm of space behind the motherboard tray, so that it is easy for you to install system components.

Delivers Optimum Cooling Performance

Equipped with one 120mm intake fan in the front and another at the back, this Antec ATX CPU case ensures efficient cooling. These fans come with fluid dynamic bearings, which enhance the life of the fans and ensure low noise. The advanced cooling system of the case features fan mounts at the top, so that you can use 240mm radiators with it. Its enlarged CPU cutout enables you to change the CPU's cooler without removing the motherboard. It also allows you to add two exhaust fans on the mounts at the top and one optional intake fan on the mount available in the front, for improved performance. This Antec case comes with a PSU inlet, which takes care of the power supply to the components inside the case. Thanks to the air filters in the front, the interior of the case remains clean.

Offers Multiple Expansion Options

The two USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 ports on the front panel enable you to easily connect and install devices. Moreover, the seven expansion slots on the P100 case allow you to use multiple cards for added functionality. It also has nine drive bays, with silicone grommets, for connecting drives. Furthermore, this Antec case with seven expansion slots supports the 3-way NVIDIA SLI and 4-way AMD CrossFireX graphics cards, which offer a superior gaming experience.

What it is and why you need it:

  • Antec P100 CPU case for high-performance units and gaming systems
  • Supports graphics cards of 12.5 inches for a rich gaming experience
  • Can accommodate up to 6.7-inch high CPU coolers for superior cooling
  • 2 x 5.25-inch tool-less drive bays, 7 x 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drive bays enable connecting compatible storage devices
  • Supports Mini-ITX, microATX and Standard ATX motherboards for versatility
  • Audio in and out ports for connecting your headphones or speakers
  • Dimensions: 19H x 8.7W x 20.6D inches
Specifications

Computer Case Specifications

  • Form FactorATX Mid-Tower
  • Compatible MotherboardsStandard ATX
  • Bezel TypeSteel
  • Side Panel TypeSolid
  • MaterialSteel

Expansion

  • External 5.25" Drive Bays2
  • Expansion Slots7

Media Ports

  • Front USB PortsYes
  • USB TypeUSB 3.0
  • USB 2.0 Ports2
  • USB 3.0 Ports2

Cooling System

  • 120mm Fans Included2

Case Lighting

  • ColorBlack

Dimensions

  • Depth20.6"
  • Width8.7"
  • Height19"
Ratings & Reviews
Avg. Customer Rating:
3.8 (1)
Value
4
Features
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Quality
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Performance
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Customer Reviews

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Reviewer: ,
Date: 2014-08-12

Ok for price but a few design failures

liked the sound proofing and the side mounts for the HD's, but who really needs space for 10 drives? Biggest flaw is the mounting for the optional 140MM fans. Comes with 2 120mm but can take 3 more for better vent. I removed front 120mm and tried to mount the 2 140's. First thing is manfctr dimpled the front mount plate for the holes it doesn't tap for screws for both 120 and 140mm, bad is that same manfctr 140mm fans did not have a recess to allow for the dimple to let fan sit flush not sure if all fans this way. Second fail for fans is that the front mount plate is only about one eight inch away from the frame for the HD's. So where there are screw hole for the 140mm's half have one eight inch before the screws hit the HD frame other half are clear of frame so exact length not a problem. Bad design. Good fan screen access in front to clean and screen for bottom inlet for PS is great. Ok case but would not buy again

Overall:
Value
4
Features
3
Quality
4
Performance
4
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