Conclusion: So is there anything that brings the Three Hundred down from its lofty pedestal? There are only a couple minor quibbles that I can think of, and they are truly minor. The reset switch is hard to push in, there are no extra screws to install the third cooling fan, the fans do not have three-pin connectors for the motherboard, and the drive bays are not tool-less.
Excerpt: The Three Hundred is Antec's entry-level gaming case. Like the company's other cases, it's well built and its internal edges and corners have been finished neatly, so you're unlikely to cut yourself while you're working on it. The Three Hundred comes with a 140mm fan at the top of the case and a 120mm fan at the rear, which provide enough airflow to cool even the most powerful graphics cards and processors.