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Antec P190 Gaming Case 1200 Watt Neo Link dual PSU £140.00

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I bought this to create a monster PC project which I never ended up starting so I am offering a new (but opened) Antec P190 Extended ATX gaming case. RRP £240

All components are untouched and sealed

I would really appreciate this being picked up from Cheltenham but otherwise delivery is £24.99 (massiiiive box)

Powering all your hardware in this case is the unique Neo-Link dual power supply system. A dual setup of two individual power supplies linked together to give you a total of 1200 Watts of power. There are dual top mounted 140mm exhaust fans, a rear 120mm fan and a 200mm Big Boy fan mounted in the side door; all 3-speed TriCool fans and ideal for cooling even the hottest new technology. You wont have to worry about the noise coming from your hardware either, as the P190 is built with Quiet Computing in mind, featuring silicone grommets for the hard drive mounts and special dual layer sound deadening side panels. All these features and more make the P190 the most advanced performance case yet.

- Dual chambers structure. The power supply resides in a separate chamber to isolateheat from the system and lower system noise
- Dual-layer sound-deadening panels for Quiet Computing
- Flexible snake light (installed), lights your way while working inside the case
- Cable organizer behind motherboard tray minimizes cable clutter
- Fits up to Extended ATX (12 x 13) motherboards to fit your dual processor board, or any other board you could possibly have
- Ports with rubber grommets on the rear for liquid-cooling tubes allow you to easily
mount external liquid-cooling hardware
- Neo-Link 1200 Watt dual power supply system: One 650 Watt Neo Power is
responsible for powering the motherboard and add-in cards, while another 550 Watt, handles your drives and other peripherals
- Advanced cooling system Even larger fans than previous designs, move more air and turn slower for even quieter operation
- 2 top 140mm TriCool fan (standard)
- 1 rear 120mm TriCool fan (standard)
- 1 lower chamber 120mm TriCool fan (standard)
- 1 side 200mm Big Boyfan with air filter (standard)
- External fan control on the rear panel (for the 2 top fans and 1 rear fan in the upper chamber)
- Front-mounted ports provide convenient connections
- 2 x USB 2.0
- 1 x IEEE 1394 (FireWire, i.Link)
- Audio In/Out (AC97 & HDA)
Shipping/Payment:
Paypal or cash on collection from Cheltenham
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
if you consider splitting the psus from the case, i may be interested in just the case
#2
Pretty intense. What type of setup would require 1200 watts?
#3
Titchimp
Pretty intense. What type of setup would require 1200 watts?


exactly. You would need to power up oct cores and a gazillion gpx cards all overclocked twice their specifications and still have enough power for 100 harddrives "google" booting all the different os's in every language in the planet. Oh, and the little torch in the case as well :-D

... only for the hardcore enthusiast
#4
Artonox;2782163
exactly. You would need to power up oct cores and a gazillion gpx cards all overclocked twice their specifications and still have enough power for 100 harddrives "google" booting all the different os's in every language in the planet. Oh, and the little torch in the case as well :-D

... only for the hardcore enthusiast


Or someone who likes to cook?

http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/ezbake.shtml
#5
Titchimp
Or someone who likes to cook?

http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/ezbake.shtml


:-D reminds me of the one which gives you stout beer.
#6
*bump*
#7
Am interested in this, can you give me the measurements between each of the fan screw holes at the top of the case.

Any chance you could use parcel2go.com to save on postage?

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