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Antec Twelve Hundred Case

Antec Twelve Hundred Case

Conclusion

We have been using the Antec Twelve Hundred over an extended period of time now and our impressions are very positive. The build quality is top notch, everything is manufactured to the highest standards and the fact that Antec has added a e-sata port to the front adds to the versatility of the chassis.

The cooling potential is very impressive as you can see from our test results on the last page, and I am positive it will be a great option for the hardcore overclocker out there.

With low and medium fan setting the noise is acceptable and not annoying, but when turning all the fans to their max it almost felt like the case was about to take off, this mode is not recommended for daily use unless you are an extreme overclocker who wants to push everything to the limit.

So is there anything negative to be said about the case? Not much to be honest, it is a bit on the heavy side seeing that it is made in all steel weighing in at 31.9lbs / 14.5kg.

The front LEDs can not be turned off so for those who dislike light this will be a downside. There is also no E-ATX support just Mini ITX, Micro ATX, or Standard ATX.

With all considered we believe the Twelve Hundred is well worthy of the Editors Choice Award

The Antec Twelve Hundred can be found at Overclockers for £104.99 ex.VAT

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Stuart Davidson

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