Antec Draco 10 Mini Tower Case Review
Peter Donnell / 1 month ago
The Draco 10 is a stunning looking case! It’s hitting all the right marks too, with a funky front panel design, offering plenty of ventilation, and there’s a large tempered glass side panel on the left side, with no visible screws. There’s even a black trim behind the glass, ensuring you do see the steel frame. Overall, it just looks super stylish and clean.
There’s a lot going on with the front panel, with some really interesting angles on the side sections. The case is fairly short, but it has good length and width, so those angles help to smooth that out. There’s a lot of ventilation on the lower half, with a magnetic dust filter on the interior. The top section is closed off, and there’s an ARGB strip dividing the two sections.
Down the right side, it’s just a solid steel panel. However, like the tempered glass, the screws are located at the rear, giving both sides of the case a very clean and uniform appearance.
At the back, it’s business as usual with a fairly standard mATX layout.
The fan mount offers a good range of height adjustment, which is very useful for improvising radiator compatibility, especially with AIO units.
There are four expansion slots, and there’s a slide-out metal panel, which will allow a lot more manoeuvring space for those longer graphics card installations.
There’s a full-length dust filter up on the top too, as well as a range of fan/radiator mounts should you need them.
The front I/O is pretty decent too, offering dual USB ports, audio jacks, and a controller for the built-in RGB lighting.
On the underside, there’s good ground clearance and a dust filter for the PSU. It’s not a fancy dust filter, but it’ll certainly get the job done.