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Antec GX500 Mid Tower Case Review

To test the thermal performance of the Antec GX500 we loaded our test system for 15 minutes using Prime95 and Furmark and recorded the maximum temperatures reached using CPUID Hardware Monitor. We then restarted the system and left it for 15 minutes before recording idle temperatures.

Room temperature was maintained at 20 degrees C for the duration of our tests.

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These temperatures are impressive for a budget case in this class.

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