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yuugotserved 10-25-2011 04:06 AM

Antec Three Hundred Illusion ATX Mid Tower Computer Case $44.99 with free shipping
 
Newegg

Back again for those who missed it here

Antec Three Hundred Illusion ATX Mid Tower Computer Case

= $45 with code EMCJKHE27

free shipping

lattmau 10-25-2011 10:43 AM

Thanks! Been waiting for this

toolmoo 10-25-2011 01:15 PM

I had to suffer a MIR at this price for mine. This is a great deal on a great case once you get everything screwed in. Installation is pretty straight-forward. Thumbscrews help. I found the LED accents to be very tasteful. I didn't want a case with a big window on the side. It's nice and quiet. I keep all the fans on low. Seriously, the included fans add so much value to this case. I wouldn't have gotten it just for the styling. Don't hesitate!

muffinz 10-25-2011 02:35 PM

a little worried about fitting Nvidia GTX550 or better graphics cards. Any opinions or experience?

lattmau 10-25-2011 04:36 PM

Surprised there's not more activity about this?

brian33x51 10-25-2011 04:46 PM

Awesome case. I have one as a NAS (5 drives), it's pretty awesone.

muffinz 10-26-2011 03:19 PM

damn....was thinking to build my new rig in an NZXT case:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6811146058

but I just couldn't resist the four included fans for $45 shipped...............

SDrocks1 10-27-2011 01:58 PM

what's a good power supply to go with this case?

Crackerjack111 10-27-2011 02:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SDrocks1 (Post 44185664)
what's a good power supply to go with this case?

Are you building a new PC?

Rather than trying to match up power supply to your case, try to get a good quality power supply for your build. There are far more important factors in deciding on a power supply such as number of hard drives, video card, motherboard, CPU etc. There are a number of power supply calculators freely available on several websites.

SDrocks1 10-27-2011 03:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Crackerjack111 (Post 44186120)
Are you building a new PC?

Rather than trying to match up power supply to your case, try to get a good quality power supply for your build. There are far more important factors in deciding on a power supply such as number of hard drives, video card, motherboard, CPU etc. There are a number of power supply calculators freely available on several websites.

thanks, just checked. i'll wait for ps deal since i'm not in a hurry

Crackerjack111 10-27-2011 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SDrocks1 (Post 44187186)
thanks, just checked. i'll wait for ps deal since i'm not in a hurry

Any standard ATX form factor should be able accommodate a standard power supply. If the PSU says ATX in the product specs - it will fit. However, as I mentioned in my previous reply - there are other factors to consider. You didn't mention what kind of PC you're trying to build - if it's a gaming system with a heavy duty graphics card - make sure you pick a case with good ventilation. I have no experience with this particular case under discussion. But I have built several computers using Antec cases - they used to have top billing for both quality and reputation. They still do but over the years other manufacturers have introduced some excellent models so I don't consider them to be the market leaders like they used to be. The one I am looking at now is the Corsair 600T [newegg.com] -- it is a step up from my Antec 900. But then again, I might be building a new Core i7 system for myself next year sometime so I will probably wait until then to buy the case.


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