Despite the chrome surrounds for the front panel cut outs, I still think this is one of the better looking cases out there, despite being a few years old at this point.
It’s got an indented Antec logo at the top of the brushed aluminium front panel.
Which swings open to reveal some criss gross grills and the front panel connectors. Beneath the power and reset switches you have a locking key, twin USB 2.0 ports, a single USB 3.0 and twin 3.5mm headers.
The only downside of the front panel is that it’s all built of plastic. This just feels a bit tacky even if it is nice and chunky. Still, at least each drive bay has a built in washable dust filter. Though that does seem a little redundant as there are no intake fans to pull air in, let alone dust.
The top panel has a grilled section to allow the near mounted 12cm exhaust fan to pump out any hot air that rises to the top of the enclosure.
The back has a similarly mounted impellar. Alongside this you’ll find a collection of fan controllers, the PCI brackets, bottom PSU mount and twin water cooling tube holes.