Excerpt: Specifications: Type - ATX Mid Tower, Color - Black, Motherboard Compatibility - (Mini-ITX, microATX, Standard ATX), Side Panel Window, 3 External 5.25″ Drive Bays, 6 Internal 3.5″ Drive Bays, 8 Expansion Slots, Front Ports - (USB, Audio, e-SATA), Fans - (1 x 120mm blue LED exhaust rear fan, 2 x 120mm blue LED intake front fans, 1 x 200mm blue LED exhaust top fan), Dimensions - 19.4″ x 8.6″ x 18.6″, Weight - 25.4 lbs., 3 year parts and labor warranty.
Summary: Well I really like the case, but I was not happy with a few things during setup. (I bought this in Dec of 2006) maybe things have changed). The cable wiring harness didn't bother to lable which is + or + on the plugs (Small thing). The fans don't have a 3 or 4 pin plug end. Would have been nice to monitor things via motherboard/software etc. I thought that cable routing was problematic and the system could have used some hidden means for routing those things.
Pros: -Fans Fans & four fans!-- -Nice design features
Cons: -Fans are ONLY MOLEX -+&- not labeled on wiring harness plugs -Pictures in manual poor -Back panel should have allowed for cable routing
Summary: This is a great case, not doubt. It's not perfect, but very few cases are. It's heavy so LANs are only a good idea if everyone goes to your house, but because it's heavy it is solidly built. There are 4 fans stock and each of them have three fan settings which is great, but once they are set above Low, it becomes pretty audible and there is no quick way to get into the case to set it to another speed.
Pros: Great design, A lot of fans stock, Fans have speed settings, Solid build, and Easy to work with.
Cons: Front mesh becomes a lint trap, Fans are loud when set on High, Tools required, Heavy, and Light cannot be turned off.
Summary: Antec make great cases and power supplies. I never had any problems with any of their products. If you looking for cooling, I would recommend the nine hundred. If you care about silent pc, I would recommend the P180.
Pros: Case is nice and sturdy. It comes with 2 front 120mm, 1 rear 120mm, and 1 200mm fan on the top. All the fans comes with 3 speed control switch. This help cool my temp down by 5-10C.
Cons: The power supply is all the way at the bottom. Make sure your power supply wires are long enough to plug everything in. It is somewhat loud if you put your fans on high.
Summary: Simply great gaming case. 3 120mm cooling fans and a 200mm monster can keep any system coo. Just finished my new machine, it looks awesome, especially at night. Lot of room inside, great cable management. USB and firewire ports is up so it easy to access. Price kind of high but I believe it is well worth it.
Pros: roomy,awesome airflow, thank you 200mm top cooling fan,perfect disain
Summary: I got the case a week again and have been very pleased ever since. I previously had my "power rig" housed in the SilverStone TJ-07. It was an excellent case (built like a tank), but had about the same cooling system as a tank (i.e. not much of any). The NINE HUNDRED, though, is the cat's meow of cooling. I have two 7800GTX cards that generate a lot of heat. The vented sides allow them to bleed off heat much better than previous solutions. It's a great case!
Pros: Excellent cooling, room for many drives, numerous fans, great port access, slick lights
Cons: tight case, ports on top have pretty short cables