Good Case But Could Be Improved Upon...See UPDATE 8/30/11: Improved Case
Carl Johnson, Amazon
14 August 2011
Summary: The case looks great. The interior accommodated my MB, power supply unit, video adapter, CPU cooler, PCI cards, cables, etc., with ease. My temperatures stay low using the provided fans plus one 135mm (exit-on the psu), one 120mm (exit-door), and one 80mm (in-upper front, inside of 120mm). I clean my fans, screens, and general case interior every three months (the system runs 24/7).
Summary: I bought this case about 5 months ago for a very powerful gaming computer Build and i was looking for a case. And i found this one and saw some reviews and bought it. When it came in with Fast Shipping! I couldn't believe it. Everything fits in perfectly no wire mess. good airflow and the dust filters i clean about every month cuz my room is dusy. Best case for the money! Also if your going to buy a CoolerMaster V8 cooler. It will fit!
Summary: I'm glad that I was able to spend a few months planning my build and that it included this case. Black Friday was definately the cheapest time to buy and to throw in a $30 credit for signing up for an Amazon credit card was simply "icing on the cake". Installation and cable management was a breeze. While Antec is light on documentation, it won't take too long to figure out how everything should fit.
Summary: I used this case on my 3rd build and use it as one of my go-tos for my computer-building business. The case is very slick looking right out of the box with its metal honey-comb mesh front and ample side window. There is also a handy tray on top for depositing your tools and the case's copious amounts of thumbscrews when doing maintenance. The front of the case is composed of 9x 5.25" bays, with 3 of the bays covered by foam-backed mesh covers.
Summary: Its a beautiful looking case but its not a good functional design, its very hard for me to switch out hard drives considering that I have to remove my second graphics card to slide the hard drive in or out then the hard drive still ended up disconnecting my power switch cable from my motherboard because its located right behind the hard drive.To correct this problem I've removed all the thumb screws from both sides of the interior drive cages, then I've removed the front...
Summary: Pros - The case looks great as it cools all my hardware. Cons - The case has screws that hold the clear plastic window in place; however, mine was missing one. Unfortunately, there are no extras provided! If you're new to building your own computer, you may not like the brief instructions that come with your order on how to assemble all of the parts.
Few bells and whistles, but the utility is tough to beat.
14 October 2010
Summary: When my old lan box was starting to show it's age, instead of upgrading all my hardware, I decided to start overclocking, only to find that I was already hitting the temperature ceiling in my old case as it is. So, after doing some research, I decided to give the Amtec Nine Hundred Two a go, and good year later, I don't regret it in the slightest. Cooling: One look at this product will tell you cooling is clearly the main focus.
Summary: I've been building PCs for many years, and this is the finest enthusiast case I've used. It is roomy, solidly constructed, well-documented, and attractive. If you've assembled systems before, you know that a well designed case makes a big difference in how smoothly the process goes. In the Antec 902, there are no sharp edges, no rattling bits, everything fits where it should without a struggle, and nothing creaks when I heft the case into place.