We've seen our share of wild cases from Antec so far this year between the GTR and the Torque but today's two new cases are a bit more sensible. This week, Antec has launched the NX500 and NX600 mid-tower cases, offering a sleek design, tempered glass panels and RGB lighting.
The NX500 will sit at the €64.95 price point and offers an angled RGB mesh front panel, a tempered glass window, support for up to six fans and room for a 360mm radiator in the front and a 240mm in the roof for liquid cooling. The case can fit motherboards up to E-ATX in size, although it is relatively compact with dimensions of 490x220x440mm. There is room for two 3.5-inch drives and an extra two 2.5-inch SSDs, GPUs up to 350mm long and CPU coolers up to 165mm tall.
The NX600 is a bit more expensive, coming in at €78.95. This one has a tempered glass front and side panel, once again with RGB lighting. There is support for the same number of drives as the NX500, although motherboard compatibility is limited to up to standard ATX. The NX 600 also comes with four 120mm ARGB fans installed out of the box, three in the front and one in the rear.
KitGuru Says: These look like reasonable mid-towers, particularly for the price. Are any of you currently planning a new PC build? What do you think of the two latest cases from Antec?