Fremont, Calif. – February 1, 2012 – Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components, announces the High Current Gamer M series, a mid-range wattage class of hybrid modular power supplies. The High Current Gamer M series is an extension of the HCG PSU line issued in late 2010 but features hybrid modularity, allowing for cleaner systems by reducing cable clutter behind the motherboard.
Antec‘s new desktop PSU series provides quiet, efficient power in 400W, 520W, and 620W models, accommodating casual gamers, home office and corporate consumers. The High Current Gamer M Series is the perfect combination of power and cabling that supply extreme levels of power and superb efficiency.
Today we get to check out Antec’s latest gaming case, the Eleven Hundred. The Eleven Hundred fits right in between the Twelve Hundred and Nine-Hundred in terms of price. It’s full of features including two USB 3.0 ports, 9 expansion slots, fan power hub, optional 120mm fan behind the motherboard tray, and plenty of cable management options. Read on further to see if it will keep up to par with the other high end Antec cases.
Antec has just released a brand new gaming case, the Eleven Hundred! This case has all of the features you would want in a case, great cooling, room for 2.5-inch SSD’s and up to six normal SATA drives, USB 3.0 connectivity, and a lot of room inside to work with! This case is also an XL-ATX case so it is going to support larger motherboards like the Gigabyte G1 Assassin. Read on as we unbox and give you an overview of this awesome case!
Today we have the opportunity to check out Antec’s latest case. An upgrade from the popular Antec Solo, the Solo II offers some of the benefits many enjoyed from the original and upgraded them to today’s standards. An external piano black finish as well as an internal black finish gives the case a sleek design. Supporting USB 3.0, multiple HDD installation methods, and a quiet design, will the Antec Solo II live up to its predecessor? Read on further to find out.
A little while ago we reviewed the Antec Kuhler H2O 620 Liquid CPU Cooler. Well now Antec is back with the Kuhler H20 920, which they say performs even better! Just like the 620 the 920 is an all-in-one cooling system that is simple to install and get setup. Read on as we unbox the Kuhler H20 920 and see what all it comes with!
We have been working with Antec for quite some time and they have always had great silent cases. No one wants a case that sounds like a vacuum cleaner! The Solo II is a new case from Antec and is part of their Sonata Series of cases, which are known for being super quiet. Will this case be the perfect silent case for you? Read on to check out our unboxing video!
Antec, the American case manufacturer has a plentitude of gaming cases on the market, all ranging in price and size. Their “Hundred” series takes up a good chunk of their gaming cases and we get to take a look at the start of the series, the One Hundred. It features 8 expansion slots, top accessory tray and large CPU cutout among other things. Read on further to see our take on this budget gaming case.
We’ve all done it, spent long hours at night working on a project on our computers. If you are working at night with no other lights on besides the light on your monitor your eyes can easily become strained. There have been many tests and studies that have confirmed this. There have also been studies on illumination around a display and they have concluded that back illumination of a display causes less eye strain and eye fatigue. I don’t know that many displays that offer this feature, so SoundScience has come up with a simple fix, the Halo 6 LED Lighting Kit. Let’s take a look at see what it’s all about.
In the market for a new power supply? How about checking out one of the many in Antec’s new series of power supplies, the High Current Gamer Series. Available in five different models and two different styles, one of the High Current Gamer PSU’s should fit your fancy. They’re all 80PLUS Bronze certified, with higher end models also offering SLI and CrossFire certifications. Today we’ll be looking at the 750W model, so let’s take a closer look…
Back in January Antec announced an update to their Six Hundred gaming case calling the new versions V2. We did not actually get a chance to check out the original Six Hundred case, but from what we have seen Antec has made some changes and added a few things to the Six Hundred case to bring it up to date. Some of those features include a front-loaded 2.5″ hot swap hard drive caddy (SSD compatible), CPU cutout for installation of after-market coolers, a cable management compartment for tidier routing and a windowed top panel for unique “moonroof” visibility. Let’s check the Six Hundred V2 out!
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