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Antec Twelve Hundred Case Review
Written by Gizmo   
Sunday, 17 August 2008 22:05

Hardware Secrets expose this case to our view:

Antec Twelve Hundred is a full-tower case targeted to gamers, with an impressive number of cooling options (six fans with speed control for all of them and also a switch to turn the top fan LED on or off), twelve 5 ¼” bays with nine of them available for hard disk drives and several other minor features, like washable dust filters. Let’s take an in-depth look on this latest release by Antec.

Read the full review at Hardware Secrets:


Twelve Hundred case main specs include:

  • Application: ATX and smaller form factors derived from this one.
  • Material: Zinc-coated steel (SECC).
  • Power supply: Doesn’t come with the product.
  • Available colors: black.
  • Side panel: Transparent.
  • Dimensions: 22 29/32” x 8 25/64” x 20 13/64” (58.2 cm x 21.3 cm x 51.3 cm) (H x W x D).
  • Net Weight: 31.9 Lbs (14.5 Kg)
  • Gross Weight: 38.6 Lbs (17.5 Kg)
  • Bays: Twelve external 5 ¼” bays (with one 5 ¼”-to-3 ½” adaptor) with three hard disk drive cages, each one using three 5 ¼” bays. Each hard disk drive cage supports up to three hard disk drives.
  • Expansion slots: Seven.
  • Fans: One 200-mm (190-mm) fan on the top, two 120-mm fans on the rear and three 120-mm fans on the front (attached to the hard disk drive cages). Speed control for all fans. Space for a 120-mm fan on the side and one 120-mm fans on the middle (attached to one hard disk drive cage).



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