Antec P280 Full Tower Chassis Review

/ 6 years ago

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Today I will be taking a look at the P280 Full Tower Chassis from Antec, a case that has already established itself as a long term favourite here at eTeknix, but one that we simply hadn’t gotten around to reviewing, at least not in the conventional sense. While the P280 hasn’t had a write up, it’s part of the eTeknix team and one of the chassis we use for our own builds on a daily basis, as well as one of the systems we take with us to events. When at iSeries we take two top of the line gaming rigs with us, both in Antec cases. You can seet the P280 at the back right of this image with the windowed side panel.

I’m a big fan of Antec and have personally used a fair few of their cases myself over the many years I’ve been building my own systems, I wouldn’t say I’m a fan boy or anything though (I currently use an InWin Chassis and Corsair before that), but I do know Antec have a really solid product range, with things like their budget friendly Three Hundred model and the Enthusiast level Evelven Hundred proving popular with gamers of all budget ranges.

So lets take a quick look at the specifications and then we’ll take a closer look at what this chassis has to offer.


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2 Responses to “Antec P280 Full Tower Chassis Review”
  1. Wayne says:

    Pity about the door that opens the wrong way & the ugly, gaping punched out ventilation holes on the top. Their designers could’ve made a far neater job but otherwise it’s a sensible case.

  2. Russ says:

    I think you made a mistake in the second to last paragraph you say “Performance isn’t fantastic too, there is a reason we use this chassis in the eTeknix office and at trade shows such as iSeries.”

    Which doesn’t make sense I think it should read “performance is fantastic too” instead of isn’t.

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