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Antec GX1200 Mid-Tower Gaming Chassis Review

Introduction



The mid-budget PC chassis market is packed full of great options for any system builder out there, but finding the one that is best suited to your needs can be a demanding task. Ideally, you’re wanting the best value for money in terms of features, and the Antec Gx1200 ticks a lot of boxes to make it appeal to a wide range of consumers.

“The GX1200 full tower gaming case is designed for enthusiasts who want the flexibility to run the best hardware and have the cooling potential to match it. Optimized for fast and easy builds, the GX1200 includes builder-friendly features a spacious interior with ample clearance for graphics cards up to 410 mm, support for water cooling radiators on top, front, and rear, tool-less SSD and HDD bays, and a windowed side panel to show off your build. Equipped with two 120 mm RGB fans and a high airflow mesh panel in front, the GX1200 does not compromise on looks or performance. The stylish ambient lighting bar below the front panel is ready to go right out of the box, and for extreme customization, the “Magic Box” LED and fan speed control hub lets you individually choose from 7 different colors and modes to create an endless array of combinations. Unlock your full potential with a spectrum of colors, and create your gaming experience with the GX1200.”

Equipped with support for up to an E-ATX motherboard, a robust amount of storage mounts, dust filters, water cooling support, fan and LED controller built-in, and more, the GX1200 really does fit the bill for well-rounded gaming PC build, and it does it all with change from £70 (MSRP launch price). Let’s jump in and take a closer look at what you get for your money.

Features

  • Dimensions: L510*H510*W200mm
  • Supports mini ITX, micro ATX and standard ATX & E-ATX motherboard
  • 3.5HDD x 2 (Compatible with 2.5” SSD)
    2.5” SSD x3
  • Cooling fans:
    Front 120mm x 3
    Rear 120mm x 1
    Top120mm x 2
  • Removable air filters (PSU dirt prevention)
  • Water Cooling
    Rear Radiator: 120mm x 155mm x 45mm
    Top Radiator: 240mm x 120mm x 30mm
    Front Radiator: 360mm x 130mm x 40mm
  • Supports up to 410 mm VGA cards
  • Antec Magic Box:
    Fan Speed Controller x 6
    LED Color Controller x 3
  • Bottom Lighting: 7 Colors
  • Fan (Installed):
    Front: 120mm 7 Colors LED Fan x 2
  • PCI x 7 Expansion slots

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