Ascully.com har set på et midi tower fra Antec som går under navnet P160.
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The P160 is awesome step forward for Antec. After the massive success of the Performance Plus range this seems to be the evolution of the series. Seriously folks, this case is a design masterpiece. Everything is exactly where you want it to be and working on the build was a sheer pleasure.
To sum up the new features, strong locking side door, stealth CD/DVD bays, LED temperature monitoring, front mounted ports, thumbscrews, removable motherboard tray, dust filter, side mounted hard drive bays, and the list goes on and on. The only negative point I can see is the fact that they don't include a power supply. On a case this high end I would have thrown in the best PSU Antec has to offer, but I guess they left it up to you.
Quiet is a great word to describe the case, quiet and cool to be exact. Under testing we never saw our Athlon Xp 2700+ go above 43C and the case temp leveled out around 30C. I would suggest using a fan controller inside the case so you have full control over acoustics. With the fans on full it's quite noisy but turn them down to about half and you can hardly hear the case at all. Remember Antec's Truepower series of PSU's have a dedicated fan-only Molex connector that will temperature regulate your fans for really quiet performance.
This is indeed the best case I have looked at from Antec and my main rig is now living happily in it. I am picky, to say the least, so me actually using it is praise enough. The P160 retails at around $130 dollars without a PSU, so it's not for the faint of wallet amongst you, but for the people out there seeking something a little classy with more features than a Pirates of the Caribbean DVD. This is the one to choose. Overall it gets a whopping 10/10 and a much deserved Editor's Choice award.
Skrevet den 7. Dec 2003. Nyheden er læst 1091 gang(e).
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