• Antec Skeleton Review
  • Antec Skeleton Review

    Author: Rhys
    Published: February 10th, 2009 2:47 PM
    Category: Cases,Reviews
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main Antec Skeleton Review

Introduction

It’s not often that we’re presented with a computer enclosure that doesn’t follow suit to the usual tower-format of case. Antec’s Open-Air Skeleton is one such enclosure which is different from the rest. The Antec Skeleton is a stripped down version of a system case, consisting of only the core essentials of an enclosure – no side panels etc. As I’m sure you’re aware, this is quite a unique approach to a computer case and quite a risky move on Antec’s part. Anyway, let’s go take a look…

About Antec

Antec is the leading global brand of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) markets. Founded in 1986, Antec is recognized as a pioneer in these industries and has maintained its position as a worldwide market leader and international provider of efficient, quiet, and reliable products.

Features

  • 4 Drive Bays
  • External 2 x 5.25”
  • Internal 2 x 3.5”
  • Optional 4 x 3.5” side panel mounted drive trays
  • Layered tray design for greater system integration flexibility
  • 7 Expansion Slots including room for 11” video cards
  • Cooling System:
  • 1 top 250mm Tri-Cool 3-speed multi colour customizable LED Fan
  • 1 front 92mm HD cooling fan
  • Motherboard: Standard ATX
  • 2 x USB 2.0, 1 x FireWire (IEEE1394), 1 x e-SATA,
  • Audio (AC97’ and HDA compatible) In and Out
  • 0.8mm cold rolled steel for durability with
  • Reinforced plastic frame

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