Reviews and Problems with Antec Nine Hundred/Ultimate Gamer
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Good gaming case
Bharat Ravisekar "BR", Amazon
14 March 2011
Summary: Antec 900 is a great gaming case for a reasonable price. It is light, well designed, easy to assemble and the cooling works very well. Needless to say that it looks awesome as well. However there are a few drawbacks as well.. 1. The cable management facilities in the case is very minimal. 2. If you plan to have 2 large graphics card (crossfire/sli etc) then there would not be sufficient space - I would recommend 1200 in that case. 3. All the fans are molex connectors.
Summary: I am pleased with most of the attributes of the Antec computer case. However, if you're mobo is a mini ATX and you are using a standard power supply,the wire to power up the mobo might just block out the possibility of installing a graphic card in the PCIe slot. It would've been nicer if the cooling fan of the transparent side-panel was included in the purchase.
Summary: This case is nicely, but tightly, designed with the PS at the bottom. Installing the hard drives is especially easy with the drive bays sliding out the front (8 thumb screws per cage, tho!!). You can attach signal and power cables with the cage outside and then slide it back in. This feature is espcially nice since space for cables is tight and some planning needs to be done ahead of time to optimize air flow.
Summary: This case is from 2007, it has grey internal structure, 2 alright sized cable managements holes that really almost serve no purpose, the 5.25" bays at the top are really annoying, they don't snap in or anything, they are held in by screws and never seem to line up perfectly However, the fans along inside this case are worth about... £30 and it has a lovely viewing window.
Summary: A good product for the price. As the objective was to build a gaming computer for my daughter, it fitted the bill to the extent she was prepared to pay the amount over my case budget of £50. It was easy to install the sub assemblies, good space usage, not too many sharp edges (only drew blood once) and sufficient fans to send a polar bear searching for it's overcoat. The internal drive cases are a nice touch.
Summary: I still say today that this is one of the best computer cases on the market and I have had 3 years of joy with this thing. The only flaws I would say this case has is the inside of the case could've been black (I was forced to manually paint it black myself as it makes the case look better, personally) and well the case sucks a ton of dust so be prepared to clean every month or two.
Summary: This it seems is a great budget buy for your new build. Prety blue lights, more fans than you can shake a stick at and a good lot of slots. It's easy to fit the motherboard, although that should be fairly standard. The only real draw back is that, because you have so many fans, they plug straight into the power. Not a problem?
Summary: I received this product from Amazon fairly quickly after placing order, and arrived well packaged and with plenty of spare screws for components. Overall quality of the case was very good and I was impressed by its sleek aesthetics and it cooled my system down quite considerably. However, shortly after I noticed that there were what seemed to be defects to paint work (like scuff marks?!) that I am positive that I have not caused myself.
Summary: I was upgrading my old PC and looking for a new case, when this caught my eye. It's pretty big, it has 4 internal fans (3 small ones and a large one at the top, and it has lots of drive bays. There are a few minor niggles with the case. 1. The motherboard tray is fixed into the case which can make fixing the components in a bit tricky. 2. It's made of steel which means it is quite heavy. 3.