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Antec 900 Nine Hundred - Gaming Case - Ebuyer £69.99 delivered (with super saver delivery)

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Usually £80 + The Antec Nine Hundred 900 hardcore Ultimate gaming case. Modern gaming kit produces a lot of excess heat, as a result the Antec 900 case is built to minimize heat build up with a me… Read More
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Usually £80 +

The Antec Nine Hundred 900 hardcore Ultimate gaming case. Modern gaming kit produces a lot of excess heat, as a result the Antec 900 case is built to minimize heat build up with a mesh front bezel, three 12cm fans with
mounts for even more fans, and a massive top-mounted 20cm fan.
The Antec Nine Hundred 900 case is extremely versatile and customizable to fit your requirements. The modular design allows you to change the location of the front fans and hard drive cages. Crank your gaming up to the next level, with the Antec Nine Hundred 900 case.

Features:

* Includes Top mounted 200mm TriCool Case Fan
* 2 front loaded HDD cages for up to 6 hard disk drives
* The HDD cages act as air ducts to allow air in more efficiently. Optional middle 120mm fan bracket to cool the hottest graphic cards or CPU
* Two 120mm TriCool blue LED front fans to cool hard disk drives
* Window side panel comes with an optional 120mm fan mount for maximum VGA cooling
* Top mounted I/O ports for easy access
* Top tray for your MP3 player, digital camera, etc.
* PSU mounts at the bottom of the Antec case (PSU not included)
* Dimensions: 19.4h x 8.1h x 18.4h (L x W x H)
49.3cm x 20.6cm x 46.8cm (L x W x H)
* Advanced cooling system:
- 1 top 200mm TriCool fan with 3-speed switch control
- 1 rear 120mm TriCool fan with 3-speed switch control
- 2 front 120mm special black TriCool blue LED fans with 3-speed switch control to cool HDDs
- 1 side (optional) 120mm fan to cool graphic cards
- 1 middle (optional) 120mm fan to cool CPU or graphic cards
* 9 Drive Bays
- External 3 x 5.25"; Internal 6 x 3.5" for HDD, or
- External 6 x 5.25"; Internal 3x 3.5" for HDD, or
- External 9 x 5.25"
* Motherboard: Fits micro and standard ATX
* 7 Expansion Slots
* Top I/O
- Power & reset button with blue LED
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire®, i.Link®)
- Audio In and Out
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#1
I've added heat to try and get this back to >0, its an awesome case, i have it myself, large enough for all you could want and keeps everything very cool, brilliant 'gamer' case.

This is the price(ish) i paid a year ago but since then it went up very quickly and stayed around the £100 mark, now it is back to this price, which is excellent!

BFM
#2
Great case. Excellent quality, modular, and the blue leds look very impressive.

Word of warning - if you haven't bought a full size case before - this thing is HUGE!

Hot!
#3
Hot Hot Hot i have this case great case you can fit alot in it :thumbsup:
#4
Says £83.98 now :-(
#5
BurningFeetMan
I've added heat to try and get this back to >0, its an awesome case, i have it myself, large enough for all you could want and keeps everything very cool, brilliant 'gamer' case.

This is the price(ish) i paid a year ago but since then it went up very quickly and stayed around the £100 mark, now it is back to this price, which is excellent!

BFM


Is this thing quiet, or does it sound like a hairdryer, or somewhere in between like an xbox 360?

All I want from my next case is something that is quiet and roomy enough to accomodate anything I might add to it. I currently have a noisy CPU and built-in (unfortunately) graphics card fan. I added in another 2 fans (as my mATX case was running a bit warm) which didn't really add too much extra noise, but they weren't silent as described.

A gaming case like this would be ideal, but only if those hefty fans are quiet.
1 Like #6
I have this - It's surprisingly quiet dispite its size. Also the cooling is very impressive - Only downside I've had so far is the on/off button is on the top and is often accidentally stepped on by my cat :) - plenty of space for expansion and additional cooling if required.
#7
MojoUK
I have this - It's surprisingly quiet dispite its size. Also the cooling is very impressive - Only downside I've had so far is the on/off button is on the top and is often accidentally stepped on by my cat :) - plenty of space for expansion and additional cooling if required.


Cheers mate, seems like the sort fo thing I need. Shame it's gone back up in price. Ah well.
#8
its at £83.98 now!
EXPIRE!
#9
As an aside, I have to say Antec cases are awesome and I found their customer service excellent too - send me a pack of replacement HDD rails & screws FOC. My Antec case (not this one, a Titan) runs 6x500GB disks and Twin NVidia 9500GTs :)
#10
Back down to £69.99...
#11
Yep this case is pretty quiet and i believe you can select low med high on the fans via internal switches though its been a while since i opened it up. Generally the larger the fan, the slower it spins and so the less noise. The two front hdd fans act as an awesome hoover too so you'll keep cleaning it, but it is a highly recommended case by me and many more. Only perhaps bettered by the 1200 which is even bigger!
#12
fantastic case, fantastic price and a fantastic deal! Heat added ^_^
#13
this is a hot case! 3 fans...funky design...and quiet...

i have a different case from antec, cheaper one, came with 2 massive fans that i can't hear and it cost £35 at the time

the fans alone cost £20-30 they are good quality

all antec products are of good quality buy buy buy...:whistling:
#14
I'm gonna be buying this in a couple of days if ebuyer keep it at this price. Please do ebuyer!
#15
or you can buy this one which may not be as flash but will do the same job for £28

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/150298


this case has 4 silent fans which can be fitted in many combination. I bought this for my new system which is running 2 HD4850 in crossfire and with a Phenom II X720 (all overclocked) and it runs silently

it is designed to keep the components cool and it certainly does the job.

This is a quality case which looks as good as the more expensive one and is certainly as good performance wise

http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=61374

http://www.virtual-hideout.net/reviews/Sunbeam_Freezing_Storm/index.shtml

http://www.gideontech.com/content/articles/369/2
#16
thecresta
Great case. Excellent quality, modular, and the blue leds look very impressive.

Word of warning - if you haven't bought a full size case before - this thing is HUGE!

Hot!


this is a MId-tower case... its not that big...

try the antec 1200 for full tower which has 12 5.25" bays on the front.

this has 9
#17
I have been looking at one of these for ages.

They now have a newer version so this price may fall even further, well that is what I have been hoping for. :)

[COLOR=#800080][COLOR=#000000]Antec Nine Hundred - 2[/COLOR][/COLOR]
#18
Ugly-ass PC case but if it floats your boat it's a good price.

laze
#19
laze
Ugly-ass PC case but if it floats your boat it's a good price.

laze


Agreed, antec cases have excellent build quality but this one is not nearly as pretty as say the P180

http://www.bjorn3d.com/read_pf.php?cID=1044
#20
BritBrat
I have been looking at one of these for ages.

They now have a newer version so this price may fall even further, well that is what I have been hoping for. :)

[COLOR=#800080][COLOR=#000000]Antec Nine Hundred - 2[/COLOR][/COLOR]


902 is a new model rather than a replacement version.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/155939

Of them all I still prefer the 900, mainly becuase I'm bias and own one.
#21
great case, got one myself. find adding hard drive a bit tricky as the removable rack is only good if it doesnt pull your SATA + power cables out because they are too short!
#22
This is a great case, although it does get very dusty, very quickly. It's very quiet though, an the hardware is kept nicely cooled.
#23
this is a rubbish design. Get NZXT Cases they are the dogs ******
#24
Had this case for about a year and I love it. Not too noisy and the system is so cool inside.

The only problem I found is DUST. It collects on the intakes at the front, and on the one on the side. Not a big problem, but you could write your name in it after a couple of days :P
#25
Had this case for a couple of years. Just replaced it actually. Is not bad & looks way better than in the picture. Would just like to point out that this is not that big at all (as someone previously claimed it was). In fact in terms of pc cases it is med/small. If you have a high end graphics card like an ati x2 you will struggle to fit it in this case, well you won't basically. I upgraded because it was a nightmare getting anything in or out of it. To compact. All my pc kit went in, but only just. Also the lack of dust filters sounds like a minor situation but after having one of these for a while you will get annoyed with it looking like a build up of grey snow in your case. Also the fan controllers being all over the inside of the case is a bit of a fo-par. You don't want to have to crank open your case every time you want to change the fan settings. You cannot wire the supplied fans to a separate fan controller due to the type of wiring on them. The cable management is ok but there are way better out there. If you like the look of the case (& it does look very very nice in the flesh) go for the 902 or even the 1200 which is not actually that big.
#26
It is an awesome case, I have one. I think mine cost around £85 with delivery.
#27
goto maplins and buy one of there £30 jobbers
mine was stylish, clear sided with LED lighting, 2 side clear LED 4" fans (1 with direct CPU suction), 2 rear 4" black fans, and an enormous 14" front fan for £30
#28
Zerobob
Is this thing quiet, or does it sound like a hairdryer, or somewhere in between like an xbox 360?

All I want from my next case is something that is quiet and roomy enough to accomodate anything I might add to it. I currently have a noisy CPU and built-in (unfortunately) graphics card fan. I added in another 2 fans (as my mATX case was running a bit warm) which didn't really add too much extra noise, but they weren't silent as described.

A gaming case like this would be ideal, but only if those hefty fans are quiet.


This is honestly very very quiet indeed. I bought this and I haven't got no negative points aside from the fact that they could have incorporated dust filters (but you can always add them for pennies).

The fans all on low are much quieter than my xbox 360 (trust me, they are right next to it....it's amazing how around 4 fans in my Antec are quieter). I haven't been so pleased with an ATX case before. When they are pushed to the max, the fans shift a helluva lot of air, cools everything. But seriously, even though I'm running GTX 260 SLi, I've never had to crank it up past "Low" before; it shifts enough air with the 200mm on top and the 120mm in the front. (You can also add 2 more extra 120mm fans to the case, if you wish). Temps are good and there is enough space for more additions! No need to change case to fit a bigger PSU (got a Coolermaster M1000 and it's big) and knowing that I can fit a GTX295 puts my mind at ease and my wallet at bay :roll:

This is an amazing price, heat added. And seriously, check all the reviews, there are only a diminutive of negative reviews.

You won't be disappointed.

Zukky
#29
This is a brilliant case, and you can tell by the fact that I bought this over 2 years ago for £65. Good case still but definitely not the biggest one out there...
#30
I think they have dropped the price because of this ...

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/165238

A cracking case.
#31
mitch2471
Had this case for a couple of years. Just replaced it actually. Is not bad & looks way better than in the picture. Would just like to point out that this is not that big at all (as someone previously claimed it was). In fact in terms of pc cases it is med/small. If you have a high end graphics card like an ati x2 you will struggle to fit it in this case, well you won't basically. I upgraded because it was a nightmare getting anything in or out of it. To compact. All my pc kit went in, but only just. Also the lack of dust filters sounds like a minor situation but after having one of these for a while you will get annoyed with it looking like a build up of grey snow in your case. Also the fan controllers being all over the inside of the case is a bit of a fo-par. You don't want to have to crank open your case every time you want to change the fan settings. You cannot wire the supplied fans to a separate fan controller due to the type of wiring on them. The cable management is ok but there are way better out there. If you like the look of the case (& it does look very very nice in the flesh) go for the 902 or even the 1200 which is not actually that big.


You are completely wrong. I have fitted a GTX 280 into this and everything was fine. You just have to NOT be lazy and use your head! Just move the HDD's to the bottom and your damn fine! I hate it when people like you don't think. You said it's a nightmare to move around? CABLE MANAGE! CABLE MANAGE! CABLE MANAGE! Here's a photo of my components inside the Antec 900 (it's bit of an oldie and has a 9800GTX at the time):

http://img142.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=n1412994320301365734078.jpg

Please check them out, there are before and after cable management photos. And as you can see there is ENOUGH space to move things around. Also, you CAN control the fan speed with a Molex to 3-pin converter and extension )if needed) i'm using it now with a "manual knob fan controller" and it works perfect.
#32
Zukkyzb
You are completely wrong. I have fitted a GTX 280 into this and everything was fine. You just have to NOT be lazy and use your head! Just move the HDD's to the bottom and your damn fine! I hate it when people like you don't think. You said it's a nightmare to move around? CABLE MANAGE! CABLE MANAGE! CABLE MANAGE! Here's a photo of my components inside the Antec 900 (it's bit of an oldie and has a 9800GTX at the time):

http://img142.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=n1412994320301365734078.jpg



Sort of agree with this.

It IS a bit of a faff inside the 900...i'm thinking especially of the 4/8 pin cpu cable from the psu..but there are a couple of holes for cable management so you just have to use them as best you can.As for the HDDs i quite agree that to stick em in the bottom bay is for the best..keeps em nice and cool and aids airflow to the GPU especially.
The fans are all tri-cool with little switches but me being a noise freak i ripped the 2 front ones out anyway cos even on low they were too loud for me and replaced them with 3pin silent fans and hooked them up to a fan controller.Many wouldn't have to go that route though..just undervolt them..7v is about right.
Dust filters (or lack of) were never a problem for me..never really got that bad in my experience.

All in all its a good price for an excellent case.My advice though would be to shell out a little extra for either the 1200 (if you want a full tower) or as i did the 902.

HTH
#33
Zerobob
Is this thing quiet, or does it sound like a hairdryer, or somewhere in between like an xbox 360?

All I want from my next case is something that is quiet and roomy enough to accomodate anything I might add to it. I currently have a noisy CPU and built-in (unfortunately) graphics card fan. I added in another 2 fans (as my mATX case was running a bit warm) which didn't really add too much extra noise, but they weren't silent as described.

A gaming case like this would be ideal, but only if those hefty fans are quiet.


I'd spend a little more and get the Akasa Eclipse. Quiet fans, dust filter on the front one and the case is both slightly both wider and longer than normal. Graphics cards won't be a problem - It'll fit EATX motherboards which are 12" wide themselves, and if you have an exceptionally long graphics cards the bottom drive cages are removable, giving you the entire length of the case. It's also a lot less gaudy, with no blue LEDs. The only downside is that the front panel is plastic and not quite as high a quality as the brushed aluminium of the rest of the case, although it does at least match the matt plastic drive bezels.
#34
Great case. Built 2 systems for m8's using. Much quieter than you'd think, given the number of fans.
#35
I'd just like to say that this is a great case and does a superb job of reducing temperatures, if your PC suffers from overheating then you really can't go wrong with this case.

The only negative things that I can say about are that it can be a bit of a dust magnet and that cable management can be a bit awkward for some. The dust problem is a combination of the superb airflow through the case and the lack of any dust filters. Cable management is more to do with the PSU being located at the very bottom of the case, I have a modular PSU in my case so I only have the cables that I need in there.

If you want to read some decent (and honest) customer reviews then take a look at these reviews on OCUK.
#36
I have this one, great case for keeping your hardware cool. Not that great to look at thou IMHO, some awesome looking cases are out this year, whether they are as efficient as this one i don't know.
#37
jamesdew
Agreed, antec cases have excellent build quality but this one is not nearly as pretty as say the P180

http://www.bjorn3d.com/read_pf.php?cID=1044


Did you ever see the special edition of the Antec P182...?

http://www.pugetsystems.com/featured.php?detail=66
#38
I have this case... the fans.. silent. Nice case.

One thing that most people dont mention... the fan speed control.

The switch to change the speed of the fan is closer to the back of the case!
Unless you have the case sidewards... this can be a pain.

Other than that... good price on the case! I got mine for closer to £90 in Dec 2008 :(
was the cheapest at the time.
#39
BionicC
Did you ever see the special edition of the Antec P182...?

http://www.pugetsystems.com/featured.php?detail=66


I did hear there was one but I had not looked it up, that's one shiny case.
#40
Damned Shame this has expired. I'm gutted. Wanted a decent gaming case and I am just about to begin building a new pc too... well, must keep looking.

Thanks for the post mate, good of you to point this out heat and rep added.:thumbsup:

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