|Antec DF-30 Dark Fleet Mid-Tower Case|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by Hank Tolman|
|Monday, 26 July 2010|
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Antec DF-30 Dark Fleet Computer Case Review
Antec has been around for a long time. Chances are, if you enjoy building your own computers or even tinkering with them, you have heard of Antec. They make a myriad of components and accessories for a wide range of computer users. One of the areas in which Antec has always had a strong presence is computer cases. Many of their enclosures have received very high marks from all across the industry, earning them a lot of recognition in the computer world. In the summer of 2010, Antec released a new line of computer cases known as the Dark Fleet. In this article, Benchmark Reviews is taking an in-depth look at the Antec DF-30 Mid-Tower Computer Case. At right around $100, the DF-30 represents the most inexpensive case so far in the Dark Fleet line. We will be exploring the DF-30 Mid-Tower Case to see if it stands up to the name Antec has worked so hard to earn.
Antec's been around since the mid-80s, and has been making computer cases almost that long. They produce cases for servers, for HTPCs, and for your grandmother's e-mail and web browsing machine. They make cases with no discernible market (the Skeleton series) as well as cases for gamers and enthusiasts. The Dark Fleet series is "...designed to meet the cooling and convenience demands of PC gamers and professional users." Well, there are a lot of cases designed to meet those demands; Antec's Dark Fleet series brings new styling, a hot-swappable drive bay, and some serious cooling to the show.
Manufacturer: Antec, Inc.
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Antec.
DF-30 Features and Specifications