Antec P100 Case Review
Up Close: Exterior, Rear, Sides and Base
The rear of the case is a standard ATX affair. A 120mm fan lies internal to the hex meshed area, this time secured with the full four bolts as opposed the two bolts we saw the front fan attached with.
Beneath the rear fan and I/O area there are 7 PSI slots flanked by a mesh area which is penetrated by a pair of grommeted tubing holes. At the vey bottom we find the PSU cut out. One small detail that might have eluded you is the row of ventilation holes that run from top to bottom down the motherboard edge of the case. This is an excellent touch as it allows the rear of the motherboard area to vent some of the heat that builds up back there as a result of he CPU back plate temps
The side panels are foam lined internally. The foam is quite light weight compared to the bitumen material we've seen on the likes of the Nanoxa cases, it'll be interesting to see if it does as good a job
The case stands on 4 rubber capped feet, and is otherwise unremarkable save for the filtered mesh area that lies beneath the PSU.