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Antec Mini P180

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Antec Mini-P180 Advanced Mini Tower

8 May 2009
  • Conclusion: Build Summary: The Antec Mini-P180 proved to be a great foundation to build on, with ample cooling, including the huge 200mm “Big Boy” fan placed directly over the CPU area, and mounts for three additional 120mm fans (although only one comes pre-installed).  These are aided in their overall performance by dust-reducing air filters and external speed controls for the fans.  We’re also impressed by the level of attention Antec gave to reducing unwanted noise.
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Overall 9
Functionality 9
Appearance 10

Antec Mini P180 mATX Computer Case

Benchmark Reviews
11 July 2008
  • Conclusion: The Mini P180 gets above average marks for presentation. Maybe it was a random freak of nature that UPS delivered it to my door without a scratch, but it looks like the packaging can stand up to some abuse without damaging the product. The retail box was both attractive and informative, all business; no dragons or half-dressed women on the outside or the inside.
  • Pros: Rigid construction, Classy and subtle looks, perfect for the target market, Flexible cooling options, top and rear exhaust with speed controls, Superior cable management, Inside looks as good as the outside, Isolated chambers for PSU and motherboard, drives, Quiet operation, 200mm fan is a cut above the competition, Unmatched panel damping on side panels, Front air filters easily accessible from outside, Impressive manufacturing quality, Available in Black or White, G...
  • Cons: Heavy construction, Slightly high cost, could be reduced with Value Engineering, PSU air filter only accessible by opening side panel, Can't have a front fan and a drive cage in the same space, Had to remove rear fan to install MB with CPU HSF attached, Front door a nuisance for some
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Antec Mini P180 Case Review

1 July 2008
  • Excerpt: Most custom-built PCs today have gaudy cases, with flashy blue neon lights, and LED fans. Antec is taking a different approach with the new minimalistic Mini P180 mini-tower case, which builds on top of their award winning P180 and P182 cases in a compact design, perfect for LAN parties. How does it perform? Is it worth the money? Find out after the jump.
  • Pros: Excellent cable management., Nearly silent., Stylish black interior.
  • Cons: Price., No included power supply.
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Overall 7

Expert Review

6 June 2008
  • Excerpt: Antec's Mini P180 is an excellent foundation for building a compact yet powerful—and expansive—system.
  • Pros: Quiet, Lots of expansion room, Good cooling, Solid construction
  • Cons: Large for a MicroATX case, Adding additional fans requires sacrificing drive bays
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Antec Mini P180

16 April 2008
  • Conclusion: The Mini P180 is a welcome addition to Antec’s Performance One line of enclosures and stands up well against its larger siblings. It’s a sleek and stylish case with a lot of features packed into it. Although the idea of a case aimed at gamers that only accommodates a microATX motherboard was somewhat lost on me at first, I can certainly see the possibilities now.
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Antec Mini P180

Metku Mods
26 March 2008
  • Conclusion: Altogether the new Mini follows the footsteps of the previous P180-series cases very carefully. The good ventilation that allows even the hottest running components to be used in the case, the composite side panels and the vibration dampening mountings for the HDDs do their part in making even a bit louder components quieter. Quiet components always remain the key to quiet setup, but a case like this can definitely further improve the noise characteristics of the system.
  • Pros: Good ventilation, Quiet, Dust filters
  • Cons: Heavy and large for a mATX-case, Removal of the bottom dust filter
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Expert Review

Silent PC
6 March 2008
  • Excerpt: Viewing page 1 of 7 pages. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Next March 7, 2008 by Mike Chin Product Antec Mini P180 Advanced Super Mini Tower Case Manufacturer Antec Market Price US$120~160 Antec's P180 franchise, which began right here at SPCR three years ago , shows no sign of abating. The original design underwent some modifications during the first couple of years. Last year, it was relaunched as the P182, with substantially improved cable management.
  • Pros: Great P180/182 features in smaller package, Excellent airflow, Very good cooling, Good damping against noise and vibration, Can accommodate huge video card and lots of gear
  • Cons: Big fan sound quality not the best, hard to replace, Awkward bottom position for optical drives; short top optical bay., Too heavy for LAN parties?, Pricey
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Antec Mini P180

Tech Reviews
13 January 2009
  • Conclusion: Conclusion From this review, you can probably already tell that the Mini P180 is a very impressive case. Not only does it produce good temperatures, it also stays at a very low noise level, most new cases out nowadays are incapable of doing this. But it’s not all about performance when buying a case, more so aesthetics. Luckily, the Mini P180 carries on a similar style to that of its big brothers e.g. the P190 and P180. This is a unique style that most like the look of.
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Review: Antec Mini P180

2 weeks ago
  • Excerpt: Antec líder mundial en componentes  de computadora de alto rendimiento y  accesorios para juegos con su filosofía de “ensamble usted mismo su PC”. Nos trae una de sus mejores creaciones: la Antec MINI P180 con formato Micro ATX y con el mejor performance.
  • Cons: SIN USB 3.0.
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Antec P180 Mini White

1 September 2010
  • Conclusion: Det er ikke hver dag man som hardware tester bevæger sig tilbage i tiden, men efter testen af dette Antec P180 Mini har jeg erfaret at det faktisk kan være en god ide engang imellem at se lidt tilbage, ikke så meget fordi det er nødvendigt men fordi vi tit glemmer hvordan det var “dengang” og det faktisk var lige så godt som det er i dag.
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