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Antec Nine Hundred Two Review

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While the Nine Hundred Two may not have a screw less design, a secret drawer, or any other new intuitive perks, it does a damn good job at keeping your hardware very cool. They may need to think about coming out with a line of computer case scarfs and wooly mittens. In most cases, the Nine Hundred Two would perform just as well as Thermaltake's full tower Xaser VI and in some cases, better. Turning up all the fan speeds only decreased temps by another 2-3 degrees C. Antec claims that this is the best Gaming case available, and they aren't too far off. In fact, the only real downsides to this case is the Lack of USB ports and the difficulty of installing HDD's. I would personally recommend this case to any gamer/enthusiast. It looks cool and it will keep your rig cool. That is cool squared - it doesn't get much cooler than that! As for overclocking, the extra few degrees could be the small boost you need in order to increase your stability. The Nine Hundred Two definitely left an impression on me, and it just might be replacing my Xaser VI as my main rig.

To keep it short and simple, this case is one of the best I've ever used, and I hope Antec goes on to make an even better one. I give the Antec Nine Hundred Two an A for awesomeness.



  • Four fans
  • The "Big Boy"
  • Controller for each fan
  • Sweet looking design
  • 8 expansion slots
  • The abillity for nine drive bays
  • Two more optional fans
  • Can move massive amounts of air


  • Only 2 USB slots
  • Challenging HDD installation
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  1. Introduction and Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Case)
  3. Closer Look(Working Components)
  4. Specifications and Features
  5. Testing
  6. Conclusion
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