Antec P120 Crystal Mid-Tower PC Case Review




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Exterior

The P120 Crystal isn’t quite as crystal clear as the name suggests. It does have very clean tempered glass on there, but with black hardware and a sunny office, it’s a reflection box right now. It’s a very classic and simple shape, no wonky angles, just a big bad-ass rectangle here.

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The front panel is more of the same, just a big tempered glass window to show off all your lovely hardware. There’s a thick black border on the left side panel and the front panel, which hides all the boring framing, screws, etc, and just gives it a much cleaner aesthetic overall.

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Want quick and easy access to the case interior? The left side panel has this lovely spring-loaded slider. Just pull it down until it clunks and the window can be swung open. No tools, no fuss.

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Up on the top, it’s pretty flat here too, with another solid panel keeping things looking crisp and clean.

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Even the I/O panel has its ports plugged up, ensuring dirt and debris can’t get in there.

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Phew, for a moment there I was worried that airflow would have nowhere to go in or out! But there’s a huge ventilation cut-out on the right side panel.

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It’s a really cool design, and as you can see, it has a big dust filter behind it too.

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Around the back, it’s business as usual for an ATX configuration. Or is it?

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That’s right, the PSU goes at the top in this build, and you really don’t see that done very often these days! Why Antec has done this will become clear in a moment.

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There’s no rear fan pre-installed, actually, there are no fans pre-installed. However, you do get this lovely height adjustable 120/140mm mount.

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Below that, you get seven expansion slots, all fitted with reusable and ventilated metal covers. Plus, you get an additional three slots on the right for vertical mounting.

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On the base, you’ll find four large rubber grips and excellent ground clearance overall. There’s a massive dust filter covering the entire base, and what’s more, it slides out from THE FRONT of the case, making it super easy to clean.

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