Antec 900 Advanced Gaming Casekendellrt - September 4, 2007
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When building a new computer, the case may be one of the most grueling components to choose. It is important to get a case that is aesthetically pleasing, but performs well also. You may be a hard-core modder, or maybe you are like me and just want a case that will do the job right out of the box. Cable management is important and what about the ability to take it to a LAN party or two? Is the case made for a gamer, an overclocker, or simply for a do-it-yourself kind of guy?
I had the opportunity to look at the Antec 900 Advanced Gaming Case. What a perfect name for your new frag box, right? I'm going to dig into this case and see whether it truly is the gamers dream, implied by the name.
First, here is a little about Antec, the maker of the Antec 900 Advanced Gaming Case:
"The year was 1986. Starbucks had only a few stores. Moustaches were still cool. The average PC had less memory than an iPod. And in Fremont, California, a little company named Antec was born, dedicated to providing customers with the most reliable, efficient, and high performance computer components. Twenty years later, Antec is a major global provider distributing in over 25 different countries, but the company’s vision has not changed: to enable elegant, powerful, and cutting edge computing."
The Antec 900 arrived in a robust black box. On the front of the box is a picture of the case itself. The back and sides of the box show off some of its features in multiple languages. It has been packed well to avoid damage in shipping.
Inside the box, the case is wrapped in plastic and placed in foam to further prevent damage and scratching.