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Antec Micro Fusion 350 Review

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With the case finally removed from the box, I found that all of the accessories were inside the case! The remote and some screws were located inside a white box, which was sitting on the manual and driver CD for the remote. All the fans were preinstalled and everything was ready and waiting for my hardware.The only discouraging features are the low profile expansion slots – they greatly limit the field of upgrades possible. However, it should be noted that the expansion slots had to be sacrificed to keep the case shorter on height, and that there are low profile video/sound cards available. Also, the case has a loop that runs through the side panel so that users may lock it, which is a nice security feature.









The case looks like a trendy DVD-player, and the semi-gloss black paint looks great. The only downfall is that fingerprints or any residue or oil will easily appear on this finish. However, the colors work well together - silver and black. The feet are sturdy and large, the front being metallic, while the back feet are rubber. The height at which the feet bring the case appears to be plenty of room for ventilation if it were to be set upon another device like a stereo, DVD-player, etc. The peripherals included are: CD for remote driver/software, manual, Antec 3 year warranty fold out, standard motherboard backplate, four black linkable air guides, case hardware (various screws, standoffs, etc), remote, and remote battery.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look (Working components)
  4. Specifications & Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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