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Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis

Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis

Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis

Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis

 

Antec has announced a windowed version of their P9 Chassis, which will be available for just £69.99. This new chassis will include with noise dampening material and a large number of removable dust filters and drive bays.

The Antec P9 is designed to be able to easily accommodate water cooling radiators on the top of the case and has dedicated reservoir and pump mounts that will allow you to easily position your water cooling components without having to drill your own mounting holes.  

 

       Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis  Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis

 

On the top of the case, the Antec P9 can support a 280mm or 360mm radiator, giving you plenty of radiator space to water cool most systems. Behind the motherboard

Behind the motherboard tray there are two dedicated 2.5" SSD mounts, allowing system builders to have adequate room for storage drives even is the modular 3.5" HDD cages are removed. 

 

  Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis  Antec announces a windowed version of their P9 Chassis  

 

All in all, what the Antec P9 Window Edition chassis offers is plenty of options for its modest price of £69.99. This case will become available for purchase sometime later this month. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Antec P9 Windowed chassis on the OC3D Forums

 

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02-05-2016, 09:32:13

King of Old Old School
Meh looks ugly IMO, Like really 3 ODD bays don't really need 3 anymore lol also i don't like those front fan mounts.Quote

02-05-2016, 11:24:47

Chrazey
I agree with the ODD bays and it looks to be of very cheap quality overall, in my opinion.Quote

02-05-2016, 13:30:06

xnax2802
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
I agree with the ODD bays and it looks to be of very cheap quality overall, in my opinion.
The plastic on the front panel is very visibly misaligned/warped. Wouldn't you want a polished picture to be released to the press/public?

But I guess it'd be a good choice for anyone on a budget, who insists on a case of this size.Quote

02-05-2016, 21:27:40

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by xnax2802 View Post
The plastic on the front panel is very visibly misaligned/warped. Wouldn't you want a polished picture to be released to the press/public?

But I guess it'd be a good choice for anyone on a budget, who insists on a case of this size.
Seems like Antec couldn't care less about the misaligned/warped.

Even still if it was me i would still look for other options over this.Quote

02-05-2016, 23:32:43

jimma47
Plenty of people use ODD's still, and plenty more use the fan controllers, BayRes devices or if you're doing a server build you can chuck in a bay adaptor to mount more 3.5" or 2.5" drives. I just hope it's easily removable without needing to drill or dremel.

Not for everybody that's for sure but it's not that bad either. Up top most water cooling options and AIO's are covered but the front seems oddly spaced for a radiator?

The Front (well top) Panel switches are UAF but that's just personal preference.
I'd also rather they kept the front more uniform or conventional at least so you could easily whack in a 360 or larger rad. I get where they were going with those two fans but the implementation could have been better.Quote
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