|Antec One Hundred Mid-Tower Case|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Cases|
|Written by Marc Fruchtman - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Sunday, 24 April 2011|
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Closer Look: Exterior
The Antec One Hundred arrived double boxed, with the inner box as shown in the image above. It was well protected, and there was no damage to the inner box.
The case itself was encased in styrofoam. All the parts were present.
Antec includes a multi-language foldable pamphlet, an insert, and two parts bags. There were plenty of standoffs, and screws included. Also, 4 fan screws are included should the system builder decide to add another 120 mm fan. Antec chose to include four rubberized grommets with mounting screws for the SSD (right lower packet).
The left side of the case has an unoccupied mounting for a 120 mm fan to help cool your graphics card and other peripherals. And the front bezel hides two additional fan mounts (fans must be separately purchased).
The top of the case sports a nicely sized 140 mm fan that vents air to the outside. This fan was relatively quiet even when switched to the highest setting.