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Antec SOLO II Chassis Review

Rating: 9.0.

Antec have produced many cases over the years, and are continually bringing out new and improved versions of previous models. Continuing the focus of quiet sophistication from the original Antec SOLO case the SOLO II aims to deliver a new standard for quiet, high-performance cases. The Antec SOLO II is a member of the Sonata series which focus on good looks and a quiet PC experience. On top of this the SOLO II has been produced to allow for lots of customisation and to cater for the larger components while retaining a small footprint.


  • Cooling System:
    • 1 rear 120 mm TrueQuiet fan with preinstalled silicone grommets and 2-speed switch
    • 2 front 120 mm fan mounts (optional)
  • Drive Bays:
    • Dual hard drive mounting system
      • 3 x 3.5″ / 2.5″ using tray mounts with preinstalled silicone grommets OR
      • 2 x 3.5″ with suspension mount cables
      • 2 x external 5.25″
      • 1 x internal 2.5″ (dedicated)
  • Front Ports:
    • 2 x USB 3.0
    • 2 x USB 2.0
    • Audio In/Out
  • Motherboard Support:
    • Standard ATX
    • microATX
    • Mini-ITX
  • Dimensions:
    • – 440 mm (H) x 205 mm (W) x 470 mm (D)

Special Features:

  • 1.0 mm SECC / polycarbonate top & side panels isolate heat and deaden noise for the ultimate Quiet Computing experience
  • Eminate noise using tray mounts with silicone grommets or suspension mount cables
  • Aodized aluminum front bezel, piano black exterior and matte black interior for a sleek look from the inside-out
  • Two front panel USB 3.0 ports with an internal motherboard connector for unparalleled data transmission

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