Antec Three Hundred Two Mid-Tower PC Chassis Review



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Today we are taking a look at the very popular Three Hundred Two Mid-Tower Chassis from Antec, which is quite litterally the new model of the original Three Hundred chassis, as with any newer model you would expect new features, upgrades and general improvements, all of which have been applied here.

“Our newest chassis is built for gamers from the inside-out, from its aggressive front bezel, to its advanced cooling system. With tool-less 5.25” & 3.5” drive bays, a large cable management compartment and two front panel USB 3.0 ports with an internal connector, the Three Hundred Two is the rightful heir to the Gaming Series legacy.” – Antec.com

Antec have been making pc components since 1986 and have established them selves as one of the industry leaders as a brand name and in their various product fields, with a wide range power supplies, chassis, cooling solutions and now even computer cleaning products.  With a long history of catering for everything from server solutions, gaming rigs and a whole lot more, they should no a few things about how to design a good pc case.

Having used the original Antec Three Hundred PC Chassis my self for about 9 months now, and that it is possible to pick up this chassis for under £50.00, give or take a few pounds dependant on retailer, which is obviously a very budget friendly and competitive price, I am keep to see what’s on offer with this new edition.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ryan-Martin/1258108688 Ryan Martin

    Lovely case from the outside, bit ugly on the inside but then again there’s no side window so it doesn’t really matter.

  • Anonymous

    I am sure the SSD on the motherboard tray is to be mounted on the rear, thus avoiding the motherboard ;)

    • Pdonnell

      You know, that never occurred to me, I’ll hang my head in contemplation and shame immediately.

  • Lazer

    Power supply cooler should be mounted face down to get some fresh air from outside. Actually thats why they put a hole in the bottom.


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