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Antec One Computer Case

by Antec
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  • Tool-less design for 10 Drive bays: Three 5.25" drive bays, Five 3.5" drive bays, Two 2.5" drive bays
  • Motherboards: Standard ATX, microATX, Mini-ITX
  • Cooling system: One 120 mm top exhaust fan, One 120 mm rear exhaust fan, One 120 mm side intake fan (optional), One 120 mm front intake fan (optional), One 120 mm / 140 mm bottom fan (optional)
  • Front I/O ports: 2 x USB 3.0 with included USB 2.0 adapter, Audio In/Out
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 8.2 x 17.2 inches ; 10.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006TVQU6C
  • Item model number: One
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 7, 2012

Product Description

Have you always wanted to build your own gaming computer but thought it was too difficult? With the

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Customer Reviews

Cases seem to be getting better and better...
The top slides in rather smoothly but the bottom has to be forced in before pushing it back into place and even then it doesn't fit perfectly flush.
Tyler Perkins
The case was spacious and easy to cable manage.
Joshua Nichols

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Garth Clark on April 19, 2012
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I've had this case for about a month or so and find it the most decent budget case out there today. No power supply but it is rigged to accept all the new high power large foot print PSU's on the market. It's all steel with a plastic front bezel as most cases. The steel is a thin gauge which makes it very light however, some sound proofing would have been nice since thin sheet metal means poor acoustics. The PSU is bottom mounted, there's water cooling ports if needed, USB 3.0 ports in front or use the Antec supplied adapter in the event you will be using a USB 2.0 motherboard. Lots of space for hard drives, cables etc and it'll support a 10.5" long video card. The only draw back I found was the rear expansion ports are not fitted with replaceable covers, they are punch out design so, once you knock them out, there's no going back with a covered slot hole. Another is the feet material on this case are plastic vs. silicone rubber as most Antec cases have.

The best feature I found was the case comes with 2 120mm fans; both (rear and top mounted) which have the 3 pin header interface for those who want their fans to run in variable speed mode based on signals from the motherboard heat sensors. Also, the front panel switches are decent and the led power on and hard drive activity lights illuminate just right, small and bright enough to see them in a well lit room. Wiring is of good quality as are their label features.

There's room for three more 120mm fans; front, bottom and side panel for those who might run 2 or more graphic cards. Overall, worth the price for the outcome by large amounts. As a result, you can spend the difference saved on a better efficient grade higher powered PSU or the like. Just the right size for newer components plus it looks good close up or from distances.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jay on December 13, 2012
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I bought this case as a replacement/upgrade when my last system died because of overheating. It's a bit on the large side, but that definitely works to its advantage.

First and foremost, this case is cavernous on the inside. Plenty of room for drives, different form factor motherboards, full-length expansion cards, you name it! Another bonus is that all of the fan mounts are for higher-flowing 120mm fans. I believe there are five, in total: one in the top, one in the bottom, two in the front, and one in the rear (though I could be wrong about that). Also useful, the internal drive bays are oriented toward the side of the case, rather than the rear (making cabling less of a headache and likely improving interior air flow). Externally, the all-black theme is simple, yet elegant. And who can complain about having front USB 3.0 ports? Not I. Overall, it has solid build quality, free of vibrations and rattling typical of lighter-weighted cases. I am thoroughly happy with this product.
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21 of 29 people found the following review helpful By AJM on February 8, 2013
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For whatever reason right now there is a shortage of antec cases in the pipeline (I usually buy 300s) so I read the reviews on this case and decided to give it a try.

I always buy antec and never have had an issue with any of their cases before the one.

The interior space and cable management are decent. This unit lacks front dust covers so I'm going to set it up to be neutral / positive case pressure, no big deal.

My major complaint on this case is that it is made with by far the cheapest case materials I have ever worked with within the last 5 years. Back in 2000 there were a ton of $10-$20 cases that had cheap materials like this case that I had the displeasure to work with (boss was cheap) and like this case they always came bent up. This case came properly packed and with 2 beat up spots on it. Luckily I was able to correct them and I'm sure you can too but this is very telling on the quality if a case can't survive shipping.

This is a major step backward. If you've never bought antec before don't let this review scare you off, just don't buy this case. One swift kick or vacuum cleaner incident will leave this case scarred and there is literally nothing you can do about it.

Buy a 300 or better and save yourself the hassle.

Edited: I'm taking a star off for not having any mounting hardware. My motherboard has 7 offsets, the case included 6 on-board but no additional hardware (screws, offsets, etc). That is unacceptable, it will cause new system builders to do stupid things (like leave offsets out) and not put enough screws in the system because they can't find enough.

I would send this unit back if it wasn't cost prohibitive so I'll just keep it and make the improvements neededed. Stay away.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Parker on November 8, 2012
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The One is my third Antec case, and I shall start with some background about my experience buying other Antec cases for system builds (since 2004).

Antec Super Lanboy (2004) 3.75/5

The first was the Super Lanboy, which held up decently for a case that is necessarily flimsy and light--the clue to the reason for the use of thin aluminum is in its name--it was intended to be an easier case for a gamer to lug to LAN parties, and for that purpose it was suited. When I say that it is flimsy I do not necessarily mean that it was cheap--at no point did the actual aluminum parts of the case give me any trouble at all. The side window had chrome-looking "rivets" that were ultimately plastic, and a few broke due to their cheap quality. In addition, the rear fan used rubber screws that I unfortunately didn't at first know how to remove so I kinda broke the screws (I had to remove the fan to remove the motherboard). I recall sending an email to Antec about it but I do not recall receiving a response. As it was, I used twist ties like you might find on a loaf of bread to re-secure the fan (regular fan screws wouldn't have worked unless they were secured with a nut) and had no issues thereafter, including with vibration. The last issue I recall was that the front fan died (it happens) and I had difficulty removing it. I don't remember how that turned out. But the case was 3 years old by then and had overall held up well and I had overall been satisfied with my purchase, but decided to get a new case, and was focused again on getting an Antec product. Overall: 3.75/5

Antec Nine Hundred (2007) 4/5

My second case was an Antec Nine Hundred, which I loved.
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