Summary: The Antec P190 Case is based on the original P180 case, but with many improvements. For one, it's a little larger so 12x13" Extended ATX form factor motherboards now fit. Also, there is no space issue fitting the newest very long video cards. The cases fans have also been upgraded.
Conclusion: The P190 is almost an engineering marvel; its design obviously required a great deal of planning and testing on Antec's part. I don't think it is possible with current technology to design a more quiet computer chassis that has this many internal air cooling measures.
Conclusion: Antec's P190 is a fine example of a case created by a company who truly cares about what their customers think and want. The P190 isn't for everyone, but this case will definitely have its fan club...I nominate myself as president...
Conclusion: Its big, its heavy, but I have the feeling that it’s not quite as good as the P182. All that’s changed are the side panels looking worse and an extra 360mm of fan installed. While the cooling is unmatched, there seems no real reason to buy this over the P182, especially at nearly £300 (including the...
Pros: Included power supplies, Top class case air cooling, Large
Summary: This is one of the most feature-packed cases around town. It's not cheap and it's not light, but if you've got a lot of hardware and like to tinker inside your case as often as using your PC you'll appreciate this bad boy.
Pros: Built-in torch light, spacious, cable management and spare screw storage, twin power supplies with dual-control power distribution, noise management, easy access hard drives, removable/washable dust filters.
Conclusion: The P190 is definitely a well designed and solidly built chassis that should go down well with DIY enthusiasts. Antec has leveraged on their prior experience with the P180 and P182 to come up with a good product that's evident from the excellent build quality for the P190.