Reviews and Problems with Antec Nine Hundred/Ultimate Gamer
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25 April 2014
Summary: I didn't do as much research as i should have before buying a PC case for my build. This is a good case for a beginner but has very lil cable management and two years later the big fan on top has failed.
Seems like a great case on the outside, but on the inside features are severely lacking
17 February 2014
Summary: Looking at the specs for this case, it seems fantastic. Tons of airflow, removable drive bays, nicely positioned front-panel, solid steel construction, and sexy black/blue LED look. However after you open up the case and try to work on it, it quickly falls apart. I owned this case for about 5 years and am glad to be rid of it. - Very little space behind the motherboard and no cable drops in the top half of the case.
Summary: Just built a new computer using this tower and I am a happy camper. I want to address some of the complaints I have heard and then tell you what I like. 1st Complaint; The case does not provide a tray for the motherboard** Fair enough but my lending any credence comes also with me asking "How many do at this price point??
Summary: So this is an awesome case. It's the first one I bought and for $100 I think it's a fair price. Of course it is not perfect. Here are some pros and cons Cons > The fan speeds are useful when you are doing your build and then they're not so useful. I mean, they're not very easy to get to once everything is installed. You CAN change the speed but since they're just dangling about you have to be extra careful.
Summary: The Antec 900 is in its latest form of evolution by having USB 3.0 on the front panel and 3 pin connectors for each of the four included fans (3x 120MM and 1x 200MM, all are 3 speed adjustable). The LED fans are in the front and rear. The top is not lit. So beware that when you buy this for certain motherboards, make sure that your motherboard does have 4 individual fan connectors on it, otherwise you might not be able to use all the fans without changing some of them...
Paul Bialozor "cyber Capricorn (cybercapri)", Amazon
12 June 2013
Summary: This case will stand the test of time and be rated among the best of the best for decades to come. The removable drive bays combined with superior ventilation makes this case a correct choice for any computer build from basic "I have no clue how to build a computer" to the superior "I am a GOD COMPUTER BUILDER" plus anyone in between. Granted it is not as roomy as a Full Tower however for a Mid Tower it is by far More Roomy then one would expect.