Excerpt: Antec's Six Hundred gaming chassis has proven to be a bit of a mixed bag. I like the look and the few features that it has are quite good, but Antec touts it as, “The Ultimate Gaming Case.” I'll take exception with them on this point.
Conclusion: The Antec Six Hundred does what it set out to achieve in that it offers a reasonable gaming chassis at a reduced price compared to its siblings: namely the Twelve Hundred. The structure, although simple and not overly inventive, is strong and robust and visually, is reasonably appealing.
Conclusion: Overall I think the Antec Six Hundred, while not being a bad case, isn’t worth the money you’d pay for it. Too many of the ‘little things’ seem to have been ignored and design wise it’s as though they’ve taken an old style case and stuck on some fancy plastic extras. This surprised me as I’ve always quite liked Antec cases but this one, in my opinion, needs rethinking. I’ll say it again too, the lack of cable management in this case is very dissapointing.
Pros: Front loaded 2.5” bay, Side panel rubber fan mounts, Removable front fan mount
Cons: No PSU intake, Lazy design, Dull interior, Push out expansion bay covers, Moonroof blocked by optical drives, Unmarked front 3.5mm jacks, Lack of cable management
Summary: Antec sikter seg med Six Hundred inn mot budsjett-gameren. Altså en som ikke vil bruke en liten formue på kabinett, og som heller ikke har et av de feteste skjermkortene på markedet, for det har nemlig Six Hundred i utgangspunktet ikke støtte for. Når det kommer til de termiske egenskapene har Antec gjort mye rett her. Vi ser knallgode temperaturer på prosessor og hovedkort, og heller ikke harddisk eller skjermkort blir særlig varme.