Antec DP505 White Mid-Tower E-ATX Case Review
Peter Donnell / 1 year ago
Antec recently launched their DP505 PC case a few months, and if I’m honest, it’s been sitting in my garage for a couple of months hiding behind the BBQ! Better late than never, I’m finally around to reviewing it! And I’m pretty excited too, as this case looks seriously cool, with a huge X-design mesh front panel, tempered glass, ARGB fans, and plenty more that should make it an appealing choice to any PC builder wanting lots of space and high airflow for their next PC build.
Antec DP505 White
The case is quite large, and given that PC hardware seems to be growing at an alarming rate these days, that’s certainly good news. It’ll support up to an E-ATX motherboard. The DP505 White gaming case features room for (up to) 2 x 360mm radiators, or up to 9 fans! If you need plenty of cooling, it should suit you nicely. There are magnetic dust filters throughout, quick-release drive mounts, a built-in ARGB and PWM fan control hub and more, so it should be a pretty easy case to build in and live with day-to-day.
- E-ATX, ATX, Micro-ATX, ITX
- Massive Mesh Front Panel with X-Shaped Design.
- Top Mounted Magnetic Dust Filter.
- Pull-Out Dust Filter at the Bottom.
- Snap-in 2.5″ drive device for easy mounting.
- Removable hard drive cage.
- Tool-free 3.5″ drive tray
- ARGB & PWM Control Hub
- Supports up to 360mm Radiators
- Supports up to 9 Fans
For more information, please check out the official Antec DP505 product page here.