Conclusion: With everything being taken into consideration, I can’t give any awards to the Antec GX700 today as I feel there is room for improvement, but it isn’t far off from being excellent and for £59.99, you really can’t go wrong if you’re in the market for a budget enclosure.
Summary: The Antec GX700 Rugged Gaming Case is a product gamers will love. It has a military theme and loaded with excellent features. They include two 140mm fans, one 120mm fan, more fans can be installed, dust filters, five 2.5" or 3.5" drive can be installed, 240mm radiator can be installed and much more.
Summary: The first impression of the Antec GX700 is awesome as its military green and black color scheme really strikes a cord. It also offers incredible value by clocking in at just above the 50 EUR/USD mark with a fan controller and three fans right out of the box.
Pros: Excellent exterior construction, Lovely details on the chassis, Metal covers on the front, Awesome looking fan controller, Ships with three fans: 2x 140 and 1x 120 mm fan, Screw-less 5.25" bays, Plenty of space for large hardware, Can take water-cooling without issue, Long graphics cards should e...
Cons: Plastic locks for external drive bays don't hold well, Top drive bay actually not a full bay, Minimum amount of screws included, Breakout expansion-slot covers
Conclusion: Antec is back, that much is clear after testing the GX700. It's an impressive chassis that cools really well and doesn't produce very much noise. It's also very affordable, which of course means the it doesn't have the same fancy finish as high-end chassis.
Conclusion: No case design will ever be for everyone, and our gut tells us that the specific theme of the GX700 will probably deter more people than it attracts, but at least it's not just another plain black box.
Summary: First things first, and let's start with the obvious. The exterior of the GX700 has a great theme without destroying any of the practicality of the chassis. The olive drab paint, the nuclear launch key style fan controller and the dog tag shaped name plate just screams military.
Antec GX700 Case Review: Just What You Can Get For $59.99
17 January 2013
Conclusion: One sentence needs to really be repeated over and over again (just as it has been in the preceding review): the Antec GX700 is $59.99. Without that, it's tough to put this case into perspective. The core of the GX700 is pretty much all good news.
Excerpt: Today we are going to take a look at the Antec GX700 case, which is one of the latest additions to their range of chassis for gamers. Antec have a reputation for producing a variety of affordable cases which have become very popular over the years, including the 300 and 900 which have found massive...