“The Ultimate Gaming Case, Evolved, The best-selling Antec Nine Hundred offers gamers an unbeatable enclosure, one that delivers a combination of cooling, performance and convenience that stands head and shoulders above the competition. Now, the Nine Hundred Two builds on this design with improved airflow and dominating style.”
The Antec Nine Hundred Two is very similar to the original Nine Hundred in both design in style. I’ve never had a chance to check out the Nine Hundred, but from comparing images to the Nine Hundred Two I noticed some major differences, such as a redesigned top panel, completely black interior, and built in fan controllers.
Being a gaming case, the Nine Hundred Two follows the trend of having a window panel, plenty of airflow (both fans and air slots), and of course, blue LEDs. The front of the case is pretty plain by having nine external drive bays; all of which have a plastic grill cover.
The front access ports can be found on the front of the top panel which includes two USB, an eSATA and audio and mic inputs. A flat trapezoidal tray follows back the front panel to reach the 200mm blue LED fan.
The side panel of the case has a wing shaped window with a black mesh triangle filling in the extra gaps. In the center of the mesh rests a fan grill for a 120mm fan, which is not included with the case.
Unlike the original Nine Hundred, the Nine Hundred Two has a black painted back panel and two large water cooling holes.
The back panel also has a built in fan controller, adjusting from low to medium to high, also allowing you turn on/off the blue LED of the 200mm fan. There is also an extra slot for another fan controller.
Two small thumbscrews secure both side panels to the case.