- Brand Name: Antec
- Model Number: Three Hundred
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Color: One Color
- Width: 21.00 inches
Antec Three Hundred ATX Mid Tower Gaming Computer Case
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- Form Factor:Mid-tower
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From the Manufacturer
Ideal for home-computer builders and gamers, the Antec Three Hundred Gaming Case is an affordable and versatile mid-tower case with enough room for the tallest graphics cards, six hard drives, and three optical drives. Three-speed, top and bottom fans, a washable air filter, a perforated front bezel, and the option for three additional fans keep your system cool and dust-free. The Three Hundred also features durable, black-finish steel construction and a cable compartment for neatness and increased air flow.
Customizable to Fit Your Needs
The Antec Three Hundred Gaming Case combines a manageable frame size with extensive options for customizing your computer or gaming system. With enough room for a standard ATX motherboard, tall graphics cards such as the NVIDIA 8800 series and the ATI HD 3800 series, six hard drives (internal 6 x 3.5 inches), one SSD drive (internal bottom-mounted 2.5-inch), and three optical drives (external 3 x 5.25 inches), the Three Hundred is a small yet versatile case for professionals, system builders, or gamers.
Top-Mounted I/O ports for Easy Access
Situated at the top of the front panel are access ports for headphones, microphone, two USB 2.0 ports, and the power-and-reset button, so you can quickly and easily plug in to your system.
Optimal Cooling Right Out of the Box
Designed for extensive use, the Three Hundred includes one 120-millimeter rear exhaust fan and one 140-millimeter top exhaust fan with built-in individual controls for low, normal, or high speeds. A CPU cut-out allows for easy installation of CPU coolers. Additionally, the front bezel is perforated for maximum air intake, and the washable air filter reduces dust buildup in your system, helping to keep your equipment cool, dust-free and reliable.
Optional Fan Mounts Increase Air Flow
The Three Hundred is designed to quickly and easily accommodate two optional, front 120-millimeter intake fans to help cool the hard drives, and a convenient opening next to the fan cage allows you to run the fan wires without obstruction. You can also install a side 120-millimeter intake fan to cool graphic cards.
Cable Compartment Provides a Clean Look and Better Cooling
Cables can be neatly tucked inside the built-in cable compartment, so you can keep your system organized and the airflow unobstructed. Routing cables is easy and efficient with the two reusable cable ties that are attached to the compartment wall.
At 15.9 pounds, the Three Hundred Gaming Case is 18 inches tall, 18.3 inches deep, and 8.1 inches wide. It features durable, steel construction, a sleek, black finish, and rubber feet that help resist vibration.
The Antec Three Hundred Gaming Case is backed by a manufacturer's three-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Three Hundred Gaming Case, user's manual, and hardware for attaching the motherboard (not included) and the power supply (not included).
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|Drive Bays||9 Drive Bays: ||9 drive bays: ||14 drive bays: ||11 drive bays: ||11 drive bays: |
|Cooling System||Top||1 special 140 x 25 mm TriCool Fan with 3-speed switch control||1 200 x 30mm "Big Boy" TriCool blue LED exhaust fan||2 140mm TwoCool fans||1 140mm TwoCool fan||1 140mm TwoCool fan|
|Rear||1 120 x 25 mm TriCool Fan with 3-speed switch control.||1 120 x 25mm TriCool blue LED exhaust fan||2 120mm TwoCool red LED fans||1 white 120mm TwoCool fans with white LED||1 black 120mm TwoCool fan with blue LED|
|Front||2 (optional) 120 mm fans to cool the hard drives||2 120 x 25mm special black blue LED intake fans with front speed control||3 120mm red LED fans with speed control knobs||2 variable-speed 120mm LED fans with white LED||2 black 120 mm fans with blue LEDs and speed control knobs for HDDs|
|Side||1 (Optional) 120 x 25 mm Fan to cool graphic cards||1 (Optional) 120 x 25mm fan mount||1 120mm fan to cool graphics cards (optional)||1 120mm fan for graphics cards (optional)||1 120 mm fan for graphics cards (optional)|
|Middle||1 (Optional) 120mm fan mount|
|18" x 8.1" x 18.3"||19.4" x 8.6" x 18.6"||23.5" x 8.4" x 19.9"||19.1" x 7.8" x 19.1"||19.1" x 7.8" x 19.1"|
Top Customer Reviews
I've used Antec cases before, so was familiar with their very good build quality and features. The Three Hundred is a good compromise between a full-tower gamer's case like the Antec 1200 and the typical case designed solely for home or business computers. It is a mid-tower case, so it doesn't seem huge sitting on or next to our home desk, but it has ample room inside to take a full ATX gamer's motherboard and easily fits two large gaming video cards in "SLI" or "Crossfire" configuration without interference with other internal components.
Interenal hard drive bays are accessed from the front of the case, which makes it easy to service, install or swap drives without disturbing other internal components (although you do have to remove the left side cover to access the latches that allow removal of the front bezel, but this is much easier than it sounds). There are no sharp edges inside the case; all edges are rolled, and the build is sturdy for a case in this price range. Antec supplied an adequate number of case and drive screws and motherboard stand-offs.
- This case puts the power supply (not included) at the bottom, which makes the case more stable, but you may need a PS with long cables. I used an Antec TruPower Trio (also purchased through Amazon), which worked out fine. Excess cables can be tucked inside a built-in cable compartment alongside the internal drive bays, which has its own cable ties, for neatness and better cooling.
- Antec supplies 2 large 3-speed fans with this case, one 120 mm blowing out the back and a 140 mm blowing out the top.Read more ›
For people in Hawaii it is next to impossible to get free or cheap shipping on anything the size of a computer case. Amazon is the best place to find items which would be too costly to purchase online otherwise, and they dont charge a surcharge.
Capacity is great: 6 HDDs and 3 CD/DVDs. Two standard fans give good airflow for hard drives if used in negative-pressure setup.
I opted to setup a positive-pressure case. I removed the two rear fans and installed 3 Antec 120mm TriCool fans: 2 in front and 1 on the side. I blocked the rear 120mm opening and left the 140mm top rear opening clear. Works great. Computer temps: CPU and HDD are very low.
1. Positive Pressure Case: If you want a super-quiet setup, install 3 Noctua NF-P12 fans instead of the Antec fans. Problem is price: $60+ (fans) + $60+ (case) = $120+
2. Negative Pressure Case: Another option is an Antec 900 case since it has a huge 200mm fan. You can remove all other fans and use this one alone.
The 300 case is a little easier to handle than the 900 case because the 300 doesn't have the hdd cage.
Lately I do prefer positive-pressure cases. A bit noisier and more expensive than a negative-pressure setup (because of more fans and the noise). However, I do believe dust is less of a problem and there is better control over the airflow.
Pros: low cost, easy setup.
Cons: modders will want more/quieter fans.
*Classic Squared Off Design Look (not a ugly curved design like other cases)
*Mounts for 4 x 120MM Fans and 1 x 140MM fans
*Easily Removeable Front Bezel + Front Filter + Front Fan Mounts (For Easy Cleaning)
*Holds 6 hardrives (maybe fewer for some, see cons below) and 3 optical drives.
*Lots of Thumbscrews make installing components quick and easy.
*Wire management pocket behind the hardrive bays.
*Power Supply is bottom mounted (which keeps it cooler)
*Small reset button (how often do you need this anyway?)
*Only holds video cards up to 11" long and blocks some of the hardrive bay mounts. (Might matter to others but not a big deal to me since I don't have many hardrives or 12" long cards such as ATI 5970, This is why the hardrive bays are mounted sideways in other cases.)
*No filter for side intake 120MM, had to buy one to go with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great case, but the front microphone port had issues two years after I purchased it and it has been impossible to get a replacement. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ernest Pergrem
I find these cases very easy to work with. I recommend them to all PC integrators.Published 12 months ago by Rick Ferro
No frills, sleek lines, keeps your CPU cool and plentiful space for most of your peripherals. It is well designed so that it doesn't take much to remove the covers to install and... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Wayne To
This is a very good case. It offers much storage space in a small case. However cable management is hard with this case but totally doable. I can't really complain about it at all.Published 16 months ago by LoraK
Great cheap little case. I upgraded my computer (custom build) and my old custom build needed a home since it was perfectly fine as a server/back up, so picked up this case. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Poovs