Last month, Antec began expanding on its FLUX series of cases with the airflow-focused DF700. Now this month, another case is joining the family – the Antec P10 FLUX mid-tower.
Due to the rising cooling requirements of high-end CPUs, such as Intel’s 10th Gen Core series or AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series, Antec has been experimenting with new case ideas to improve heat dissipation. Ultimately, the team landed on the F-LUX design, featuring an advanced case structure focused on airflow. On the lower right-side panel, there is a fan to pull cool air into the case through the lower PSU shroud and up into the main interior for improved thermals.
Measuring in at 477mm x 220mm x 486mm (DxWxH), the P10 FLUX offers the cooling features of the F-LUX design, in addition to sound-dampening materials on the brushed metallic front panel. The case comes equipped with three 120mm ARGB fans in the front and one 120mm reverse fan on top of the PSU chamber to pull cool air into case as detailed above. A widened air passage of 11mm between front door and filters allows the fans to pull more air in.
This case also has room for up to a 360mm radiator in the front as well as a 120mm radiator in the back. Furthermore, the case offers space for three convertible 3.5″ HDDs or two 2.5” SSDs, three 2.5″ SDDs as well as seven expansion slots. The front panel features two USB 3.0 slots, Power button, HD AUDIO and fan control button. All the hubs have a dust plug, preventing them from damage.
The chassis supports ATX, M-ATX and ITX motherboards as well as graphics cards with a maximum length of 405mm and power supplies with a maximum length of 205mm.
The Antec P10 FLUX mid-tower case is available this month priced at €90.
KitGuru Says: Are any of you planning on building a new PC this year? What do you think of the latest FLUX series case from Antec?