Right on time for Computex 2019, Antec will unveil a number of new cases for Gamers and Enthusiasts. Inspired by the dynamic look of a sports car engine, the CNC-cut micro-tower Antec “GTR” is suited for micro-ATX and ITX motherboards and features Aluminium panels and tempered glass elements. The impressive open-air case offers space for up to 5 fans and measures 457.5 x 425 x 405 mm (DxWxH).The new mini-tower Antec “Striker” shows off the set-up through tempered glass side panels and measures 415 x 212 x 405 mm (DxWxH).
The new mini-tower Antec “Striker” shows off the set-up through tempered glass side panels and measures 415 x 212 x 405 mm (DxWxH).
The light-weight Aluminium construction makes this case the ideal companion for Lan-Parties and Tournaments. This cool Gaming case is suitable for ITX motherboards, and features 2x 2,5” drive bays as well as 2x USB3.0, HD-AUDIO, TYPE-C 3.1. Extra cooling can be added with 2x 120 mm fans on the side and in the rear of the case and with a 240mm radiator on the side of the chassis. The “Striker” also features an open air design and comes with PCI-E Riser cable and supports ATX and SFX power supplies.
Inspired by an engine cabin, the Antec “Blazer GT” is the new mid-tower which offers a three-way positioning: left vertical, horizontal and right vertical. The semi-open CNC chassis lets the user mount up to 8 case fans and 2x 2,5”/3,5” drives. Measuring in at 595 x 560 x 305 mm (DxWxH), this case offer space for a powerful gaming set-up.
The new “Cube Max” features an unique Pull-Out Design for easy and comfortable builds. The micro-tower case measures 485.5 x 237.8 x 391 mm (DxWxH), accommodates micro-ATX and ITX mainboards and features cool ARGB lighting effects on four corners.The P82 and P82 Crystal are the two latest additions to Antec’s Performance Elegant Series. Both mid-tower models feature large interior space for powerful set-ups and support E-ATX, ATX, micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. The power supply and drive cage are positioned on the top of the case and the hinged side panel allows for easy access and hassle-free installations. Vertical PCI-E slots put the VGA card in scene. To keep the system cool, users can install up to seven fans and radiators in the rear, bottom and side of the case.
Antec’s Memory series KATANA is named after one of the traditional Japanese swords that were used by the samurai, and the design of this RAM stick was inspired by the styling of the sword. The aluminium heatsink builds the texture of black steel by means of CNC machining process and detailed surface modification. It also creates the image of the Japanese sword through the sleek outline. The light guide on the top presents the metallic texture through sputtering process, delivering the light and shadow effects of the blade, yet keeping the light-transparent feature. With the mainboard support, it can take on abundant ARGB light effects. Furthermore, gamers can modify the design of the light guide at will. They can go a step further installing a cooling kit or ARGB plate kit to significantly increase the product’s practicality and differentiation.