GX700 is the latest gaming case from Antec found its way under our spotlights today. The company promises a highly functional case with a unique militaristic design and high cooling performance. Can however the GX700 really deliver it all up beneath its small price tag?
Antec is a well-known computer case manufacturer with a long line-up of products. We have reviewed many of their premium cases in the past, including the massive Eleven Hundred gaming case and the elegant P280. Today we will be having a look at another, differently orientated case from Antec, the One. As simple and essential
Antec today announced the availability of their new 1000W power supply. The High Current Pro Platinum unit boasts an 80 Plus Platinum certification, modular design, four 12V rails and a 7-year long warranty. Othen notable features include "stealth wires" (darkened wires and connectors that reduce visibility in the chassis when connected and routed) and a set
Antec is a firm known to every enthusiast. The company has been around ever since 1986, making them one of the oldest companies focusing on high performance PC equipment. Antec has been producing high end power supplies and computer cases for as long as most of us can remember, while today they remain a
Antec Inc. announced a new series of power supplies, the EarthWatts Platinum. With this addition Antec upgraded their mainstream power supplies with high energy efficiency, escaping from the standards. The Antec EarthWatts Platinum series now has 100% Japanese capacitors for maximum quality, stability and reliability and has won the 80+ Platinum certification with energy
It was not two weeks ago since we studied the P280, a chassis designed to merge high performance with elegance. Today we are going to examine, test and review a case of comparable size and design, which however has been adjusted to cover the needs of an entirely different market group, hardcore gamers and overclocking
Always amongst the first few choices of an enthusiast’s shortlist when style and silence are of primary importance, Antec’s Performance One series has been synonymous with style and silent computing for many years. Antec’s engineers must have been very busy because the new P280 not only claims the ability to offer silent computing and unparalleled
On Wednesday, Taiwanese tech community site XFastest ran a public event where it tested five similarly-priced mid-range socket LGA2011 motherboards for CPU VRM performance and stability. This comes at a particularly-important time for Gigabyte, when it's faced with CPU VRM problems that it's dealing with. The results are in.
By now you've most likely already seen our hands on preview of the new Antec P280, but for those of you that aren't so concerned about noise and that are looking for something with a bit better cooling performance and maybe something with a see through side panel, we give you the Antec Eleven Hundred preview.
We went on a little trip to Antec's offices in Taipei to have a look at their new P280 chassis which is set to replace the P180 series over time. The new chassis follows the classical design of the P180 series but adds some much needed new features.
Most computer enthusiasts would remember the Antec Solo case; a product released nearly 7 years ago which featured a very subtle, Spartan appearance combined with almost every noise suppression system available at the time. The first version of the Solo was not very fancy but it certainly was a very effective case, which is why
In the world of home computing, using water cooling started off when a couple of enthusiasts tried to achieve high overclocking performance on their (at the time) top of the line 486DX processors. Within a few months the trend took off and many enthusiasts and overclockers were designing and building their own parts, when companies
Antec introduces two new models for its Basiq power supply series, VP350 and VP450. More details inside.
The Kühler H2O 620 is Antec’s first and latest liquid cooling system which uses a single 120mm radiator and a waterblock to remove heat from the central processing unit.
Antec has announced the Six Hundred V2, adding on to its family of gaming chassis. Measuring 491mm x 212mm x 492mm and weighing 6.9kg, Antec has added several nifty features such as a built-in 2.5″ hot swap hard drive caddy , a cable management compartment etc, distinguishing it significantly from competitors.
Antec, Inc. has unveiled its Sonata IV mid-tower chassis, adding on to the Sonata line-up of silent enclosures. Measuring 550 x 275 x 515mm and weighing 9.3kg, the steel chassis supports all Mini-ITX, microATX, Standard ATX motherboards and has eight drive bays (3x 5.25″ external, 4x 3.5″ & 1x 2.5″ internal), seven expansion slots, built-in
Antec, one of the global leaders in computer hardware and accessories, has announced a new addition to its wide list of award winning cases — the Antec 100. The newest gaming chassis from Antec designed to cater to the PC gamers and enthusiasts market by offering substantial cooling and performance without breaking the bank.
Antec, Inc. has announced its latest high-end line of PSUs, the High Current Pro series. Available in 750W, 850W, 1000W, and 1200W variants, these 80Plus Gold-certified PSUs feature high-performance full-bridge topology, active PFC, special heavy-gauge 16 AWG high current cable, gold-plated high-current terminals, 8 (1200W)/ 10-pin high current hybrid cable management connectors, double-layer printed circuit
Want to know more about Antec’s new High Current Gamer and High Current Pro power supplies? What’s so special about the LANBOY Air casing? Does Antec have any plans for watercooling fans? Anymore cool stuff this year? Hear them all from Scott Richards, Antec’s Senior Vice President.
Antec Dark Fleet series is now available in three models: one full-tower chassis, the DF-85, and two mid-tower enclosures, the DF-35, and DF-30, and all are designed to support the most current high-end graphics cards, extensive drive arrays and multi-CPU motherboards.