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Antec NSK 4482 Black / Silver ATX Mid Tower Computer Case 380 Watt Power Supply

by Antec
4 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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  • Earth Watts Green 380W, ATX12V v2.2 with Universal Input and Active PFC
  • 80 PLUS Bronze certified means you'll save money on your power bills
  • Color: Black
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Antec
  • Model Number: 0-761345-94489-2
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Hardware Platform: Pc
  • Supported Motherboard: ATX
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Product Description

With an 80 PLUS Bronze certified Earth Watts Green 380W power supply and a stylish front panel, which now has additional jacks for HD Audio In and Out, the NSK 4482B is quiet, cool and efficient: the perfect solution for your next build.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002RL8J9Y
  • Item model number: 0-761345-94489-2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Customer Reviews

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-- New Review -- Nov. 2011 ---
This time I purchased eight of these cases to build PC for a school. My experience was much different than last time (see my old review below) with a micro ATX motherboard instead of an ATX motherboard. This is a beautiful, easy to work with case when using a micro ATX motherboard.

Putting a build together with the smaller motherboard is a snap. Antec supplies endless amount of screws and everything you need for the build. The excellent EA-380D power supply is included. There are lot of thoughtful design features like a bay to store the power supply cables that aren't used, rubber grommets for mounting hard drives to keep them quiet and no sharp edges to cut fingers on. The case itself is very nice looking and sturdy.

Here's a step-by-step for how I build with this case:

- Unscrew the two thumbscrews from the back, slide off the top and then lift off the two sides.
- Empty the screw bag into a bowl, lie the case on its side and screw in the motherboard standoffs according to the motherboard layout.
- Pop out the I/O shield (I still don't understand the purpose of this throw-away item) and put in the I/O shield from the motherboard.
- Install the motherboard, making sure nothing catches inside the ethernet jack, HDMI port, USB ports, etc.
- Install the CPU and memory.
- Slide the hard drive into the top 3.5" bay with rubber grommets and screw in one side
- Slide the optical drive into the top 5.25" and screw in one side
- Turn the case over to the other side and screw in the other side of the hard drive and optical drive. For the hard drive, this requires a magnetic screwdriver (or optionally, remove drive cage)
- Sit the case upright and untie the power supply, keeping the tie.
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A good solid case, typical for Antec. Build went together easily; like another reviewer I would recommend using a micro-ATX motherboard, not a full ATX board - a full ATX will fit but assembly is easier with the smaller micro-ATX board. Plenty of room for drives and fans. The 3.5" drive mounts have silicon gaskets for vibration dampening. The power supply worked great in my build, but if you are planning on using a lot of drives and a high-powered video card you may need to upgrade. There is a side mount for an intake fan over the CPU if needed.

I find the size of the case to be very nice, I have built systesm using Antec's NSK-1380, NSK-3480 and Solo cases. I would choose this case over the NSK-1380 and 3480 because the extras space inside makes them much nicer to work with, even though the cases take up more space. The Solo has a few more bells and whistles but you don't get the included power supply. This case is also slightly smaller than the Solo.

My only cons: I like that the finish of the case is matte and not shiny, it doesn't attract fingerprints like other black Antec cases I've owned. The downside is that the matte finish doesn't wipe clean as easily as a glossy finish. Also, the front USB ports were a bit wobbly on my case - not sure if that is typical or just on my sample.

One final item: The Antec website states that this case has USB 3.0 ports on the front. This was not true of my sample, however I suspect that Antec has created a new version of this case and the earlier (non-USB 3.0) version is still in circulation. The case was not advertised on Amazon as having USB 3.0 ports so this is not a Con; just be aware of the possibility in case USB 3.0 is very imporatant to you.
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Excellent, nicely conservative appearing computer cabinet. Some cases look like a 1950's style juke box. Not this one. It truly looks like a "computer", The two 3-1/2" front panel openings are appreciated.
No flimsy "tooless" component attachment "features", just good old fashioned screws (supplied with cabinet).

As received from United Parcel Service, the outer shipping box appeared perfect, but when opened it was noted that the original factory box containing the cabinet was torn in several places with one large tear over a goodly sized dent in one side cover. This was obviously damage caused by the vendor and had to be obvious to him as it was being placed into the outer shipping carton before being turned over to UPS for shipping. I have seen other reviews describing this same problem. Was this vendor selling low cost "damaged at factory" goods and representing them as NEW?
Pretty much disappointed. W. W. H.
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This Antec NSK 4482 mid-tower case with 380 watt power supply is a very solid and very simple PC case that is perfect for standard business or home office applications. It has everything you need and nothing you don't, such as colorful stobe lights, etc. The case can handle a full-size ATX motherboard plus it has three front-opening 5 1/4 inch drive slots, two front-opening 3 1/2 inch drive slots, and an entire bank for internal 3 1/2 drives. The 380 watt power supply is adequate for most business applications and the rear mounted very large cooling fan even has a switch allowing for setting three different fan speeds.

The top and side covers slip off and on very easily and all three removable covers are secured by just two thumb screws near the top of the case on its back side. The front panel snaps off and back on easily too. All the metal edges are nicely finished so you don't need to be cautious of getting your fingers sliced while working inside. The heft of the this case is nice and heavy so you feel like it is a quality product, even though the price is quite reasonable. Since I live on Molokai Hawaii, getting free shipping from Amazon on this PC case really made my purchase an even better deal.

Highly recommended.

Noel Honigsfeld
Molokai Hawaii
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