Antec GX330 Mid-Tower Chassis Review – A Diamond in the Rough?
Peter Donnell / 4 years ago
The GX330 from Antec may not be a new kid on the block, in fact, it’s been overlooked since it launched over a year ago with little fanfare. However, with a price a little over £40, it’s certainly got some appeal. The budget chassis market is big business these days. With such a small price, it promises features that would often command a higher price tag. Of course, there are some compromises on materials here, but that’s a given at this price range. However, with support for high-end hardware, pre-installed fans, and a few other little bonuses, this could be the go-to budget chassis for many first-time system builders; even more so for those on a tighter budget.
- Supports ATX, Micro ATX and E-ATX motherboards.
- 1x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0 and headphone/microphone ports.
- Comes with 2x pre-installed 120mm blue LED fans.
- Dimensions: 490 mm x 202 mm x 492 mm.
- Side panel window shows off your build.
For in-depth specifications, please visit the official Antec product page here.
What Antec Had to Say
“Take your gaming to the next level with the GX330 Window, the next combat-ready addition to Antec’s arsenal of gaming cases. With a look that embodies aggressive yet simple styling, the GX330 Window is a chassis outfitted for the gamer who likes performance and style. In addition to 7 expansion slots, the GX330 Window has room for graphics cards up to 400 mm, so you can create the perfect configuration for the build of your dreams. A total of 7 fan mounts and up to 360 mm radiator support in front and 120 mm in the rear, along with two pre-installed blue LED fans mean you’re ready to push your system to the limit.” – Antec