Antec P180b ATX Case

Specification

Specification

Taken from Antec's product page:

A case without compromise, whether Silver or Black

The P180 is truly a revolutionary breakthrough in case design. Dual chambers isolate the power supply and CPU into separate cooling zones with up to 5 configurable fans. Three-layer sound-deadening panels dampen noise even in very high-performance systems. Ease-of-use, sleek design and Antec's reputation for quality make the P180 worthy of being the first in a new category we call the Advanced Super Mid Tower.


antec p180b

Features:

* Unique upper and lower chamber structure The power supply resides in a separate chamber to isolate heat from the system and lower system noise

 

* Innovative three-layer side panels and front door (aluminum, plastic, aluminum) dampen system noise, making this one of the quietest cases available

 

* Cooling System:
- 1 rear (standard) 120mm TriCoolTM Fan with 3-speed switch control
- 1 top (standard) 120mm TriCoolTM Fan
- 1 lower chamber (standard) 120mm TriCoolTM Fan
- 1 front (optional) 120mm fan
- 1 middle (optional) 120mm fan to cool graphics cards
- Upper drive cage can be used as a duct to provide fresh air to graphics cards
* Maximum expandability with 11 Drive Bays
- External 4 x 5.25"; 1 x 3.5"
- Internal 6 x 3.5" for HDD

 

* Motherboard: Fits micro and standard ATX

 

* Double hinge front door designed to open up to 270º

 

* 7 Expansion Slots

 

* Front Ports
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire®, i.Link®)
- Audio In and Out

 

* Material: 0.8mm cold rolled steel for durability through the majority of chassis, 1.0mm cold rolled steel around the 4x HDD area

 

* To optimize performance of your P180 the choice of your power supply is crucial. Antec strongly recommends choosing from our Phantom, NeoHE or TruePower series

 

* Silicone grommets in the hard drive cages absorb vibrations and reduce noise

 

* Built in washable air-filter

 

* Dimensions: 54cm (H) x 20.5cm (W) x 50.7cm (D) or 21.3"(H) x 8.1"(W) x 19.9"(D)

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Most Recent Comments

14-06-2006, 08:49:11

FarFarAway
I take a look at the Antec P180B and see if it matches up to the competition

Take a look Here

14-06-2006, 09:08:03

Ham
Good job kemp!

Ive actualy been considering getting one of these. But im torn between this and the thermaltake armor. Any chance you could get one of them for review too?

14-06-2006, 10:09:50

FarFarAway
Not right now but maybe in the future. Personally I would go for the Antec

14-06-2006, 10:14:20

NickS
D-r-o-o-l. That case is pure beast, look's GREAT Kempez!

Nick

14-06-2006, 11:01:58

Raging
good reveiw mate,not to be picky but i noticed a few spelling mistakes you might want to correct

looks a decent case,i like the pullies on the cages its a nice touch

cheers.

14-06-2006, 11:07:32

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by raging-savage
good reveiw mate,not to be picky but i noticed a few spelling mistakes you might want to correct
What ones you got mate. i took a look in my lunch break today but didnt notice anything (but then i was eating some nice Japanese).

14-06-2006, 11:20:22

Raging
it seems the mistake/s has been corrected

14-06-2006, 11:29:17

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='raging-savage'
it seems the mistake/s has been corrected
Good stuff

14-06-2006, 11:51:22

NickS
Annoying to me but silly to most of you, can you capitalize the B in P180B? , I'm anal about that stuff.

Nick

14-06-2006, 14:49:40

Raven
can only agree on what the review said, antec makes good cases.

have an antec sonata which also is very wellbuilt case.

the downside with 0.8mm steel is you get a heavy case but possible weapon agaisnt a possible burglar
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