We have teamed up with our friends at Antec to give you a great giveaway! Up for grabs we have an Antec Twelve Hundred Gaming Case, Nine Hundred Two Gaming Case, Eathwatts Platinum 650W Power Supply, and High Current Gamer 400M Power Supply! Like most of our contests we will be running this one on Facebook, so it is extremely easy to get your entry in! So how do you enter?
The Nineteen Hundred has officially been introduced by Antec and it has been designed to deliver the superior performance and encloses around the ultimate PC. The case comes equipped with a number of profound features in the areas of cooling, performance, and convenience. With all this, it is competing head on with its competitors.
Antec Inc. has been known well in the world of power supplies and computer enclosures and just when the newer releases of computer chassis and cases had been taking a toll in the market, it rolled out a special PC case which has been designed and fashioned in a way which will reduce the noise. The P100 ATX was only recently introduced as a quiet and cool chassis with a sophisticated look to it.
Antec’s High Current Gamer series of power supplies have been out for a while now and Antec decided to update some of these units with modular cabling, giving them them the High Current Gamer M naming. Today we are taking a look at the HCG-750M which is the 750W unit. All units in this series feature a semi-modular design, Japanese capacitors and a 135 mm double ball bearing white LED fan. The 750W unit also features an 80PLUS Bronze certification and is NVIDIA SLI ready. We have always known Antec for great power supplies so will the HCG-750M impress? Read on as we take a look…
Antec which is known as a global leader when it comes to high-performance computer components and accessories for gaming, today released a new power supply for the European market called VP550F. This power supply series from Antec is aimed for the users with budget restrictions. This entry-level solution is built on a durable and efficient platform.
Corsair is one of the only brands to offer “smart” power supplies where you can monitor various things going on within the power supply during operation. This is about to change as Antec has unveiled their first “smart” power supplies. These new power supplies are called High Current Pro Platinum Grid and will be available in 750W, 850W, 1000W, 1200W and 1300W variants.
Antec has had some pretty large cases in the past but at Computex they were showing off their largest case to date. The Nineteen Hundred Super Tower stands two feet tall! Being this large of a case of course you have room for larger motherboards like HPTX and E-ATX, but of course it supports normal ATX motherboards as well. You will get nine expansion slots with this case.
While Antec may have been one of the first to get into the all-in-one cooling game, their units proved to be “just ok” and nothing to really write home about. Well at Computex this are unveiling two new all-in-one watercooling unit, the Kühler H2O 1250 and Kühler H2O 650. Both coolers support the latest CPU socket types which include LGA115x, LGA1366, LGA2011, AM3+/AM3, and FM2/FM1.
I’m sure when you hear the name Antec you think of cases and power supplies, I know I do. Well Antec has a new division called Antec Mobile Products (A.M.P.) which creates unique products for your mobile devices. Today we are taking a look at their flagship product the SP1 which is a Bluetooth speaker that allows you to take phone calls as well. Antec is not new to audio products as their Soundscience Rockus speakers were a huge hit in 2011. Can their new AMP SP1 Bluetooth speaker compete against all of the other Bluetooth speakers out there? Read on as we take a look…
Antec is prepared to make a splash with their mobile product line, appropriately titled Antec Mobile Products (a.m.p). At CES 2013, Justin from Antec showed us the SP1, a Bluetooth speaker, and Pulse, a Bluetooth headset. The best thing about each of the aforementioned products is they both come with a built in microphone, allowing you to seamlessly switch between music and a phone call. Although Antec hasn’t abandoned their core and enthusiast PC market. On display was Antec’s new GX700 case, a rugged military inspired design with space for 240mm radiator on top, and an 11.5 inch graphics card. Antec has also added a few new models to their True Quiet fan line, and a new power supply. Special thanks to Justin for showing us all of the products.
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