Excerpt: In a world of gratuitously flashy enthusiast PC cases, Antec sets itself apart by focusing on elegant design and a superb user experience. Their new SOLO case embodies these two ideals, offering a blend of style and substance as well as some thoughtful features aimed at convenience and low noise.
Excerpt: Has a sleek and appealing look. The absence of screws necessary to install extended cards (PCI, and so on.) as effectively as drives (HDD and CD/DVD) tends to make all round set-up fast and straightforward. Fits a 9800 GTX+. Poor wiring from front audio output.
Excerpt: Very quiet with extremely great airflow. Simple to function in and lots of area for drives. This is not a con so substantially about this case but case design and style in general. I wish the sides of the case could be stiffened. I uncover the side panels of many cases to really feel flimsy.
Excerpt: This is a extremely properly created case with lots of space. I have decided that from now on I will only obtain a Antec case due to the fact of good quality. I have tried a lot of diverse brands and maintain going back to Antec because of the quality.
Excerpt: What a wonderful case! It's somewhat huge, but when you want drive bays there's genuinely no way around that. It has a very good fit and finish internally and externally. I like the way the side panel latches and how the screws are connected to it. It's very quiet. None
Excerpt: I utilized two of these situations, quiet, solid, excellent Tech help from Antec.. I got a get in touch with more than the weekend that the button in the front to power the pc broke off. Antec tech confirmed that there was a issue with these situations and swiftly sent out a replacement Front Panel.
Excerpt: I'm kinda torn about this case. Thanks to the way this factor is constructed, I had the most frustrating encounter In 7+ years of creating PCs. The pros about the case is that it is a excellent seeking case.
Excerpt: Lots of area for my micro ATX board, uncomplicated access to the internal 3.five drive bays via the front cage opening. I should say that my previous case, a Sonata Series 1, had much easier access, as noted in other reviews, but I don't plan on going in there substantially anyway.
Excerpt: Large, roomy, nice rail mounting method for the price tag. front cover hinges open for straightforward access to set up cd drives, hdd. hdd mounting frames have nice standoff screws with rubber riders for anti-shock.