Antec P190

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Antec P190

Introduction

The Antec P190 is from the ‘Performance One’ series from Antec- the ‘P’ series. This series of cases is aimed at mainly PC Enthusiasts and Gamers. Being an active gamer myself, I simply couldn’t turn down reviewing one of these cases- decent cooling, quiet operation and 1200W of pure power…This case’s specs simply do shine among other cases. Introducing the Antec P190…

Features:

  • Dual chambers structure. The power supplies reside in a separate chamber to isolate heat from the system and lower system noise
  • Dual-layer sound-deadening panels for Quiet Computing
  • Flexible snake light (installed), lights your way while working inside the case
  • Cable organizer behind motherboard tray minimizes cable clutter
  • Fits up to ExtendedATX (12″ x 13″) motherboards to fit your dual processor board, or any other board you could possibly have
  • Rubber grommeted ports on the rear for liquid-cooling tubes allow you to easily mount external liquid-cooling hardware
  • Neo-Link 1200 Watt dual power supplysystem:
    One 650 Watt Neo Power is responsible for powering the motherboard and add-in cards, while another 550 Watt, handles your drives and other peripherals
  • Advanced cooling system – Even larger fans than previous designs, move more air and turn slower for even quieter operation
    – 2 top 140mm TriCool fan (standard)
    – 1 rear 120mm TriCool Fan (standard)
    – 1 lower chamber 120mm TriCool Fan (standard)
    – 1 side 200mm Big Boy fan with air filter (standard)
  • External fan control on the rear panel (for the 2 top fans and 1 rear fan in the upper chamber)
  • Front-mounted ports provide convenient connections
    – 2 x USB 2.0
    – 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire? i.Link?
    – Audio In/Out (AC?7 & HDA)
  • Dimensions: (H x D x W)
    – 20.28 x 23.35x 8.07 (in) – 51.5 x 59.3 x 20.5 (cm)
  • Net weight: 43.2lbs / 19.6kg
  • Gross weight: 51.1lbs / 23.2kg