Antec P190

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Conclusion

Its big, its heavy, but I have the feeling that it’s not quite as good as the P182. All that’s changed are the side panels looking worse and an extra 360mm of fan installed.

While the cooling is unmatched, there seems no real reason to buy this over the P182, especially at nearly £300 (including the 1200W of PSU).

Little things make this case seem like a more expensive, worse choice, including the unbalanced power supply load, the ugly side panels and lack of anything really new.

There isn’t anything wrong with the case per se, and I’m sure that if you managed to save enough to buy this case, you would be happy with it, but I have a little niggling feeling that this case could have been so much more.

Pros Cons
Included power supplies Price
Top class case air cooling Unbalanced PSU’s
Large Heavy

I’d like to thank our sponsors Antec for providing us with this case.

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Last modified: August 15, 2011

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