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Quick Takes: 13 Mid-Tower Cases Rounded-Up

Antec Three Hundred

Case vendor Antec sent us its Three Hundred to include in this chassis roundup. At a price of $70 (you can find it for around $50 online), it is one of the most inexpensive steel cases in this roundup. Despite its low price, it includes two pre-installed system fans—one that measures 120 mm and the other 140 mm.

The interior is unspectacular, yet spacious—the steel frame can accommodate 9 drives, with 3 drive slots reserved for 5.25 inch drives. There is plenty of space for installing hardware components and excess cables can be stored nicely in the inside of the unit. The power supply in the Antec housing sits on the bottom. However the case does not have any ventilation openings for the power supply there. The build is quite good for a steel case, and the predetermined breaking points for the 5.25 inch drives do not leave behind any sharp metal edges.

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