Antec 1900 Gaming Case Review


Antec Nineteen Hundred Review


As well as the increasing trend for SFF cases there does seem to be a compensatory, or perhaps conflicting, pull in the opposite direction with manufacturers unleashing ever larger enclosures on the unsuspecting public.  At 676mm high, the new Nineteen Hundred from Antec is one such case.  We have to admit to being quite excited when the Nineteen Hundred arrived as such large cases with long roofs and high front panels usually bring with them opportunities for large rad native water cooling and perhaps second build compartments.  A quick look at the spec sheet below will show you that the case is able to accept the large motherboards, along with tall CPU coolers, long GPUs and prolific storage.  We seem to be off to a good start then so let's dig in and see what treasures the Nineteen Hundred reveals to us.


Technical Specification

 Model Nineteen Hundred
 Dimensions 696x223.6x555mm (HxWxD)
 Form Factor Super Mid Tower
 Colours Black with Green or Red mesh trim
 motherboard Support SSI CEB, E-ATX, ATX, M-ATX, M-ITX
 Expansion Slots 9





 Front:  3x120mm

 Rear:  1x120mm

 Roof:  2x120mm

 Internal 2x120mm (optional)

 Water Cooling Roof:  240mm radiator support
 Max GPU 330mm (13")
 Max CPU Cooler 175mm (6.8")
 PSU 2xStandard ATX
 Front I/O4xUSB3.0, 2xUSB2.0, Audio In/Out
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Most Recent Comments

10-02-2014, 10:46:15


Such a big enclosure brings such great promise. Let's see if the Nineteen Hundred from Antec has it where it counts.

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10-02-2014, 11:02:47

Oh I was right about this being the case that you were going to "talk" about. Can't watch the review (no sound at work, I'll watch it later) but I've read it through and I agree, its like a 900D from 2002-2006. Its a shame about the build quality being nothing special, as the cases I've used by them in the past have all been surprisingly well built, albeit lacking in the ol' cable management department. I do like the exterior (mainly because I like the enermax case it looks suspiciously alot like) but it costs too much for what it is. Poor show antec, you could've done much better . Their Gx700 is an underrated case, this however, is not.Quote

10-02-2014, 11:15:53

I was actually looking forward to getting this and the green mesh option really caught my eye but after reading the review and watching the vid I think I'll stick with my 540.

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