ANTEC Launches New Entry Level GX300 Gaming Chassis
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
Antec has presented their new entry-level gaming chassis dubbed the GX300. The Midi-Tower chassis is available in two versions, one with a window in the side panel and one without. The interior is all painted black and the entire chassis has well-rounded corners everywhere. The GX300 is a clean yet aggressive case with space for graphics cards up to a length of 400mm.
“At a very competitive price, the GX300 offers a lot of features and lets users be prepared for future upgrades”, explains Jerome Francois, Sales Director Europe at Antec. “It demonstrates the opportunity to create an up-to-date system with great airflow and space for the latest components.”
The top-mounted IO panel will give you direct access to the USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, Audio jacks, the power button, and also a fan control switch with two speeds. It also features an illuminated LED indicator at the top. Inside there is plenty of room for cable routing and it has a generously sized cutout behind the CPU for easy cooler mounting.
Motherboards up to ATX are supported and you can add up to six hard drives in the tool-free drive bays. It can take two 120mm fans at the top, one at the rear and two more at the front for optimal airflow and cooling of your components. IT also has an elevated stand to further aid the cooling.
The GX300 is backed by a 3-year warranty and should be available now at an MSRP of just €59.00.
- Chassis color: Black
- 6 drive bays
- 6 x 3.5” / 2.5” drive trays
- Motherboards: Standard ATX, microATX, Mini-ITX
- 7 expansion slots
- Maximum graphics card size: 15.7” (400 mm)
- Maximum CPU cooler height: 5.5” (140 mm)
- Cooling System:
2 x 120 mm top exhaust fan (Optional)
1 x 120mm rear exhaust fan pre-installed
2 x 120 mm front intake fan (Optional)
- Front I/O ports:
1 x USB 3.0 High Speed USB port
1 x USB 2.0
1 x Audio I/O (HD97)
- Unit Dimensions: 485 mm (H) x 180 mm (W) x 475 mm (D)
- Net Weight: 5.45 kg
Thanks to Antec for providing us with this information
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