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Antec 0 – 761345 – 11603 – 9 Enclosure per PC Verde
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|Peso articolo||1 kg||1 kg||2,27 kg||5,85 kg||5,9 kg||1 kg|
Nuovo arrivato nella gamma, contenitore Antec P7 – Window verde sarà soddisfare un grande numero. Principalmente destinato ai giocatori esigenti, questo materiali risponderà alle vostre aspettative.
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Things I liked:
1. Clean simple look from the front.
2. Insulation is nice; but you end up removing the top insulation for a radiator. For the cost it is just cheap foam, and I would have preferred something more substantial like DynoMat.
3. I like their approach to the drive pays, drive mounting (SSD 3.5 ready), and ALL cable routing channels
Things I didn't like
1. The gaskets come out WAY too easily. I read about this, and it was worse than I expected.
2. The side covers don't stay in until you add the screws. My build ended up with some tension on them, and they were a pain to put back on. They need more guides, and the back us under-designed even compared to a typical Dell case.
3. The front fan mounts for the 140mm's should have been pre-drilled for all 4 screws. The opposite tension "taco's" the fan a bit. I went very light on the tension and had to add some tape on the opposite corners to stabilize them more.
4. I was really hoping the door would be reversible so that it opens on the right instead of the left; minor.
5. I CAN'T STAND THEIR RESET AND POWER BUTTONS! They have no tactile feel, and they don't have any indents you can identify by touch if you're in the dark. I actually didn't even wire the reset button because I'll just 7-second before I did that, and I haven't do that in several years (knock on wood.)
6. The main PCIE screws are old-style standard chrome one's. Rosewell puts nice black knurled screws on theirs.
I read great things about Antec. My prior build was with a Rosewell, and I think those are a much better value. I really don't mind spending a little more for a nice case since my system sits on my desk in view; and for easy easy access. I also swap out drives often, and will need to put a hot-swap 5.5" bay in so that I don't have to mess with the side panel; which usually isn't a big deal for me with my Rosewell case.
It is a decent case, but not compared to the competition.
This is a niche case because it's deep. If you have a simple setup, meaning at most 3 hard drives, there are more compact cases to buy. Cases where you can remove a bay for drives so a longer graphics card can fit are probably the best for most people.
My only complaint about the case is that the screen to filter air going into the power supply pulls out towards the back. I wish it pulled out to one side or the other because these cases are deep, and in most situations I imagine there isn't enough space in back of the case to pull out the filter, so you have to move the case to clean the filter. At least that's the situation for me. I'll still give it 5 stars because I like everything else about it.
This case is great for the price, I can't really complain. Its lighter weight and thinner materials than the P180/P280 series cases (I've had 2 different P180s), but still a good layout overall and has plenty of room for cable management, drive bays, etc. Nice to have easy cable-tie locations on the backplate and plenty of routing holes. With 6 fans inside (2 for the chassis, 2 for watercooler, and 2 for GTX 1070) even running GTA V (i5-6600k, 16GB RAM, SSD drive), the whole system is still very quiet. Honestly the 3 spinning drives make more noise than the rest of the fans/component. Before I added the spinning drives and just had an SSD, the thing was virtually silent.
Regarding watercooling: PCPartPicker says this case doesn't fit a Corsair H100i but I can confirm it DOES fit a H100i GTX/v2, with room to spare. The top grills could hold an even large radiator, the H100i v2 radiator doesnt even fill the grills. Only issue with the case design when using an H100i is if you had a SATA DVD drive in the top bay, it might be difficult to plug in the power/sata cables because the radiator hoses come right up to the drive. This could depend how physically long/deep your SATA drive is.
No physical divider between PSU and rest of case (does this matter anymore? IDK), I guess so they could fit more identical drive bays. Speaking of drive bays, there are a ton, which is perfect for a NAS unit or a serious data hoarder, but for a regular gamer its way too many drives and honestly wasted space. The foam on the inner walls isn't very thick or dense, but should provide mild sound and resonance dampening, just not anything close to the quality or density of the P180/P280. My biggest gripe is petty, but that the door is very flimsy, they should have used a heavier material even a smoother hinge just so it didn't wobble and fly around loosely. Also the P180/P280 cases put the case fan switch controls consolidated into 1 location on the outside of the case, but the P100 just has a little cable pigtail with a speed control. Doesn't really matter since when connected to the motherboard I can just control the fans with software. Other minor gripe: the rubber ports for cable management in the backplate don't stay in place very well.
They instead used foam and it's not covered. Will likely collect dust. The case is much more flimsy too. Made of some of the thinnest metal they could find, I think. Not surprising, documentation is thin too. I expected more from a case of $130 range. The thing is nosier then my previous case. And that case was not even a quiet case!