- Brand Name: Antec
- Model Number: NINE HUNDRED TWO V3
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Supported Motherboard: ATX
- Device Type: Cases
Antec Nine Hundred Two V3 ATX Mid Tower Gaming Case
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- added CPU cutout
- Internal bottom-mounted 2.5" SSD Drive bay
- Front-panel USB 3.0 port
- Three 120mm fans and top-mounted 200mm fan
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- The cable management is superb
- Space is roomy for large graphics cards
- Fans are well placed/effective
- Fans have dust filters
- Interior is painted black
- Side window looks amazing/tough
- SSD mount is simple and works
- Both sides of case are easily removed for cable management
- The case has held up after 4 house moves
*July 2015 Update* 2 of the case fans have now died, but that's after heavy usage. All other parts remain functioning.
902 is a great case that fills a narrow niche: a computer with a large video card, few hard drives, and few optical drives. There are only three 5.25" bays and only six 3.5" bays. You have an option of sacrificing three of the six 3.5" bays to install an additional fan. If you have 4 or more hard drives, then you no longer have that option. (I have 3 HDDs, so I'm happy.)
The case isn't very long. Although a 12" video card will fit without a problem, anything over 10" will interfere with a drive in the middle cage. If you have SLI/CrossFire, then you're limited to only three 3.5" drives. (I don't plan to install multiple video cards, so I'm happy.)
To remove a hard drive, you need to remove 16 screws. Seriously! 2 screws per side panel; then 8 screws to remove the cage; and then 4 screws for the drive itself. Which is okay for me, since I plan to keep my drives the way they are, for a long while.
Lastly, although there is some cable management, the rest is up to you. Prepare to spend about 5 hours to get everything working exactly as you want: there are only 2 zip ties provided with the case, so use your own twist ties/zip ties to secure all the cables. Don't worry: there's almost an inch of space between the back of the motherboard and the right panel, so even the ATX cable can rest there easily. The HD Audio cable was too short for my motherboard, so I had to buy an extension. The USB 3.Read more ›
Best case ever!!!!!!!!!!! Worth the extra money
Comes with usb 3.0
made out of steel and VERY durable
didn't come with instructions. Took me a bit to figure out the hard-drive bay which is removable had to watch youtube videos
Heavy! But that's because it's made out of steel
This case, with the 200mm top exhaust fan was just the case I needed for my AMD quad core system. This case provides excellent air flow with blue accent lights. It lowered my cpu temps by over 15c with AMD stock cooling. It is a metal case so it is heavier than the aluminum ones. It exceeded my expectations and is a well built case.
-Great Cooling (Comes with 4 fans with blue LED lighting, can support up to 6)
-Great cable management via a removable rear cover
-Plenty of room for an ATX motherboard, can probably fit an Extended ATX as well
-Plenty of room for a large graphics card (A bit over 12" of clearance)
-Fully adjustable Drive Bay/Hard Drive Bay configuration
-Can support up to 9 hard drives or 9 external drives
-Each hard drive cages come with a controllable fan and washable filter with a bracket to add an additional fan to each cage.
-Top and rear fans (And top fan LED's) are controlled by handy switch plate on rear of case
-Stock fans come with plenty of LED's to see everything in your case
-Made out of rugged steel (Only plastic parts are on the window, top, and trim of the front)
-The front USB 3.0 connecter has a USB cable that runs thru the inside of the case, out the back of an expansion slot, and plugs into the back of your motherboard.
This case is a GREAT buy, looks great, provides excellent cooling and air flow, and is made to last. I would highly recommend this case.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This will be right around three years of owning this case for me. I think I've finally been persuaded to upgrade so I will leave my review of this case after having owned it for so... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Owen S.
The case looks really great, but whoever the engineer was that decided that in order to
get to the two front fan filters, YOU have to take off 4 screws that hold the sides... Read more
I used this to build a DVD duplicator with a traditional PC set up. Excellent layout. Easy set up.
My only complaint is that the fan on the top is wearing out with some small... Read more
Pro's: Case has lots of room to work, cut out for CPU cooler, filters on all intake fans which is a huge plus to keep system clean and cool. Lots of room to expand too. Read morePublished on May 18, 2012 by Maverick
This case is very large. More fans that you'll ever need, but you can turn them on or off at your leisure.Published on April 2, 2012 by Brian J. Rueger
This was my first custom build and I couldn't be more pleased with the quality and features of this case. It looks awesome! Highly recommended. You won't be disappointed.Published on March 1, 2012 by DrJoe
I bought this case for my new gaming rig. My friend was building at the same time as I was and used an HAF922 case. Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by David Fanelli
Since other reviewers pointed out a lot of PROs, I will just through a CON.
I was very irritated by the front fans' bright blue LEDs at nights. Read more