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Antec ONE Case Review

Rating: 8.0.

The entry-level case of Antec’s gaming series line-up looks to offer an alluring amount of performance at a very modest price tag. Can the ONE dominate at a price point where its sibling – the Three Hundred – once reigned supreme?

In terms of size, the ONE can be considered a compact mid-tower. It possesses 5x 3.5″ hard drive slots, 2x 2.5″ SSD mounts and 3x 5.25″ bays. Front panel USB 3.0 ports and a cable management system are worthwhile additions for a value-oriented case.

Sitting at the bottom of Antec’s gaming case hierarchy, can the mid-tower ONE punch above its weight and earn a prestigious KitGuru award?

Specifications:

  • Motherboard support: ATX, micro-ATX, mini-ITX.
  • Expansion slots: 7.
  • Included fans: 2x 120mm exhaust fans (rear & roof).
  • Fan mounts: 4x 120mm and 1x 120/140mm.
  • 5.25″ drive bays: 3 (tool-less).
  • Internal drive bays: 5x 3.5″ (tool-less) and 2x 2.5″.
  • Dimensions: 463 mm (H) x 241 mm (W) x 530 mm (D)

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  • Stevie

    Good cheap case for a home server too IMO. my bud has one and its quite well made considering.

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  • Edward

    I would like to use this case for my over-clocked parts as it is most suitable.

  • MrRandom

    For an entry level case I can’t complain, good airflow, silent operation for the open nature of the case. My only gripe as it is with any entry level case is the build quality. Stepping up a mere 40 dollars ALWAYS puts you into a whole other realm of quality. (Even on a budget build)