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P7 Neo: a compact mid-tower case from Antec!

P7 Neo: a compact mid-tower case from Antec!

After announcing its P82 Silent, Antec is back with a new case reference. Indeed, the Californian brand has just unveiled a new model with the P7 Neo. A simple case that still offers a soundproofing!

P7 Neo: an isolated case for €69 from Antec!

Antec P7 Neo

With this new model, we find a compact reference that displays 219 (W) 440 (D) x 480 (H) mm. In terms of weight, this model will not be particularly heavy since it weighs 5.7 kg on the scale.

Inside, it is the classic layout that will allow the installation of E-ATX motherboards! Like the Sugo 14, this model has a 5.25″ bay, the kind of slot that is becoming rare these days. For the rest, we will have four storage slots: 2x 3.5″/2.5″ bays and two others dedicated to 2.5″ units.

The rest of the components, this model goes to the basics with 165 mm height for the CPU ventirad. Regarding the power supply, we have 170 mm of free space under its cover against 350 mm for the graphics card.

However, we will be somewhat limited for watercooling. Antec announces compatibility with radiators of 280 mm maximum in front and 120 mm in the back. At the same time, without the 5.25″ bay, this model will be able to accommodate up to three 140mm fans in the front. With the bay, we will be limited to 2 mills in 120/140 mm in addition to the small slot in 120 mm at the rear.

Antec P7 Neo

Finally, its small particularity is to play the card of silence. Indeed, we have the right to foam insulation on the side panels. The objective is to reduce as much as possible the noise emitted by your configuration when it is in operation.

Finally, we end with the announced price of 69 €, a price that is globally well followed at the retailers of the LDLC group.


Antec’s datasheet is here!


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