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Antec Nine Hundred Black Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
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- Unique Top mounted 200mm TriCool exhaust fan to cool the hottest system
- Perforated front bezel for maximum air intake
- Two front loaded HDD cages for up to 6 hard disk drives
- The HDD cages act as air ducts to take air in more efficiently. Optional middle 120mm fan bracket to cool the hottest graphic cards or CPU
- Two 120mm TriCool blue LED front fans to cool hard disk drives
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- Brand Name: Antec
- Model Number: Nine Hundred
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Device Type: ATX Mid Tower (Case)
- Supported Devices: 9 drive bays
Top Customer Reviews
The P/S being mounted on the bottom allows for cool air that falls to be pulled through it and not cause premature wear and heat related shutdowns with that particular device. I have always considered the bottom of a vertical case to be better than the top for a power supply since many bulk manufacturers use only the fan in the P/S to pull heat out and this "cheap trick" significantly shortens the life of computer hardware by not allowing heat out of the case except through the unit which makes it even hotter. Power supplies and hard drives die early because of heat problems almost exclusively. The fans in this case are more than adequate to provide enough circulation with very little noise and plenty of room to expand and work. The case is also very light in weight as it is mostly made of aluminum. The handy tray on top works well for holding anything from ink pens to screws while working on the case.
It looks very well built and I must say that it is even better than the pictures can show. Combined with a good power supply, this case is an excellent start to a new system or, as in my case, a very welcome and fully featured upgrade to an existing system.Read more ›
The largest problem I had was that this case puts the power supply at the bottom of the case. This makes for more room near the top, which is great, but some power cables (notably the 24 pin power connector and 4 pin power connector) were too short. I had to buy extension cables. It was also a little tough to screw in the hard drives into their cages, but with those points in mind, I am very satisfied.
The case glows blue in the front which looks great. The USB ports and power button on the top are great ideas. I'd buy it again, but I'd make sure to buy the extension cables at the same time.
The cooling potential of a more expensive Water system.
Six hard drive bays.
Factor in a bigger power supply with long cables since it mounts at the bottom.
Earphone and Mic jack on the front. Nice but most on-board motherboards don't support.
This case has amazing cooling capacity. Not only does it come with one 200mm fan but also with 3 120mm fans: all with blue LEDs. The fans themselves are quite even on full speed; especially when compared to a processor fan. The processor will always over-spin the case fans creating excess noise; however, with the cooling capabilities of the case my CPU fan now runs at lower speeds. There are access ports for USB and sound conveniently located at the top of the case which which is an added bonus. In addition, the case is aesthetically pleasing and built sturdy.
-Note: Don't listen to the fools that tell you that the power supply mounted on the bottom of the case blows hot air into the case and onto their video card. They are wrong; power supplies blow hot air from inside the case to the outside of the case. The way the case is set up, you have air blowing out at the bottom, top, and extreme top of the case along with two powerful fans at the bottom front of the case blowing cool air in. In addition, with the power supply mounted at the bottom, it leaves more air space for the CPU fan/heatsink, allowing for better dissipation and air flow: in tow, the two fans above and beside are more able to circulate air through and around the CPU unit.
I also have a BFG 8800 GTX OC. This is a very large card and I had absolutely no problems installing it. The only downside, is that if you have a full length card like the 8800, you are unable to install the optional 120mm inside mounted fan that fits behind the front panel 120mm fan. This is not a big deal.
The major problem I had was that I had to buy an extension cord for the 12v CPU power cord; my 24 pin mobo cord had no problem reaching its fitting.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been using this case since 2008, several builds have gone into and come out of it in that time. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Baji
Love love love this tower, the front looks a little awkward but it needs to have that slant to fit 2 usb 3 ports as well as audio jacks. Read morePublished 29 days ago by AnxietyGuy
Not a fan of the side fan hole. (no pun intended) It makes mounting an aftermarket cooler such as the TR Venomous X-RT rev.2 impossible together with the side case fan. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Luke C.
Great case has all the bells and whistles. Fits well together good material good fans. Definitely get your monies worth with this case. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Papa T
This is exactly what I thought it would be holding everything from a computer at a great pricePublished 2 months ago by brenda Cerenzia
I can't imagine having any other case. Two and a half years later this case is still clean and crispy (with some cleaning done on my own of course). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Nicholas
Not the most attractive case of all time, however works great! This tower functions well for you first time PC Builders out there. Has a good amount of room and flexibility. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric J Shiel