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Antec Three Hundred Two Gaming Case, Black
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- 11 drive bays: - 3 x 5.25 Inch tool-less drive bays - 2 x 2.5 Inch drive bays (dedicated) - 6 x 3.5 Inch tool-less drive bays; Motherboards: Standard ATX
- Motherboard compatability; Standard ATX, microATX, Mini-ITX with 8 expansion slots.
- Maximum graphics card size: 12.5" (318 mm) Maximum CPU cooler height: 6.7" (170 mm) with an enlarged CPU cutout
- Cooling System: - 1 x 120 mm rear TwoCool fan - 1 x 140 mm top TwoCool fan - 2 x 120 mm front intake fans (optional) - 1 x 120 mm side intake fan (optional) - 1 x 120 mm side exhaust fan behind motherboard (optional)
- Front I/O ports: - 2 x USB 3.0 with internal motherboard connector - Audio In/Out
- Perforated front bezel for maximum air intake, Water cooling support: top water cooling grommets
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Top Customer Reviews
The case will fit ATX, Micro ATX, and Mini-ITX motherboards and has 8 expansion slots for PCI cards. The chassis is wide enough for a 12.5" graphics card and is deep enough to fit most any air or water cooling system. It does have two grommeted holes in the top of the case for external water cooling or cables. I managed to install an Antec Kuhler 920 water cooler without any problems what so ever. The bottom of the case is vented and has a dust screen on it for a bottom mounted power supply. The dust screen removes from the side for ease of cleaning. It also has a dust screen on the front of the case that can be removed for cleaning.
While the case comes with a top mounted 140mm exhaust fan and 120mm rear exhaust fan, the case can also be fitted with 2 x 120mm fans in the front, as well as, a 120mm fan on the side to cool the graphics card and a 120mm fan on the back side behind the motherboard to cool the CPU from the back. As for the front header, there are 2 USB 3.Read more ›
*Sturdy, with nicely rolled edges throughout that won't cut you.
* 3 external 5.25 drive bays is just right.
*No external 3.5" drive bays. Use an external card reader or adapter dongle.
*Side and front panels are hinged, easy to remove.
*Roomy enough for 9"x12" boards with SATA ports mounted sideways.
*"Sideways" HDD bays make drive swapping easier.
*2 of the 3 fan intakes are filtered.
*Quiet fans, more than adequate for stock usage and even mild overclocking.
*"Tool-Less" bays work nicely.
*Cutout behind the CPU area makes installing giant coolers very easy.
*Fan behind the CPU. Case makers ignored that excellent cooling opportunity for years.
*Looks great, very sleek and simple.
*No cheesy, bulbous "convenience panels" which cause a real birds nest of wires.
*My Hyper212+ cooler and Ripjaws RAM all fit just fine!
*Cable management is awesome! Never had such a clean and easy build!
*Has too many (6)internal 3.5 bays. If you need more than 4 HDD's, get a full tower!
*Side doors should have captive thumb screws. Even Dell uses them.
* No 3.5" to 2.5 HDD bay adapters were included, the "mounting holes" are useless.
*Rear 120mm exhaust fan is too weak for overclocking, though perfect for stock usage.
*Fans should have come with 4 pin connectors for automatic fan control.
*2 of the120mm fan intake grills are unfiltered, rendering the other filters useless.
*The front headphone jack is too tight, and almost ruined my expensive ear buds. (fixt).
*Fan grills are stamped honeycomb, far less efficient than concentric wire grills.
*Need a cable management access hole for the EATX power cable.Read more ›
Cons: 1. If you like glitzy rigs with windows and laser light shows, it's not for you. 2. The grommets for water cooling tubes are on the top and not the back of the case, which I think is odd but whatever. 3. While the retention trays on the 3.5 inch drives work great, if you plan to mount a 2.5" SSD in them, you will probably run into trouble as the pins on the trays require a full length mounting platform, and most 2.5-to-3.5 mounts that come with SSD's won't be long enough. I used a Silverstone FP55B mount (with the front bay plate taken off) to put 2 SSD's into one of the 5.25 slots instead, and that worked great, but I had to buy the extra mount. 4. If your MB has an 8 pin connection behind the ports on the back/top corner, there is no really nice way to handle the cable management on that.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
nice case nice cable management. also love usb 3.0 on front. one bad thing. missing storage tray on top like the original had.Published 16 days ago by John
great case easy to install drives in with a lot of fans no cooling problemsPublished 20 days ago by John Jones
I really wanted a clean, professional looking case with USB 3.0 ports on the front panel. Many cases out on the market are overly flashy with molded plastic case fronts and are... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeremy Worrells
I have always liked these cases. Lots of room, well-built and the price is right.Published 1 month ago by Dave C.
The case is generally ok -- heavy, stable, enough space for expansion (maybe not for larger liquid cooling systems), exactly what you would expect at this price level
However... Read more
This case is huge and can hold everything you send it's way. I use it as a home server housing all my network drives. The fans keep everything cool inside. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan G.
This gaming pc case is the best my first time building my own u thought it was going to be hard building a pc no it was easy well I install my asus 970 gaming motherboard it fit... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anthony
A great case. Full sized with lots of room. Comes with two fans preinstalled and they are quiet. No LED's thank goodness. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jallens47
Haven't built a computer since 2006 so I didn't know what to expect with newer cases and whatnot so consider that in my review. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jordan Ball