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Antec Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer Case

by Antec
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandAntec
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions46.7 x 20.6 x 49.3 cm
Item model numberNINE HUNDRED UK
  
Additional Information
ASINB000JMJS7A
Best Sellers Rank 27,833 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
Date First Available28 Nov 2006
  
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Product Description

Gear for Gamers Midtower Nine Hundred w/o PSU


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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a Case! 14 Nov 2007
By M. Bell
If you need a case that offers great air cooling them look no furhter. I've overclocked my Q6600 from 2.4GHz to 3.2Ghz and the temp runs at 29 degree's C.

There is plenty of space for all your drives and Large GPU cards.

One thing worth noting is the PSU is mounted at the very bottom at the back it can mean the the power cables to the motherboard and other devices might not reach. Check the length of your cables on your PSU, you many need to by a new one with longer cables.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty nice 27 Jan 2007
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I'm not one of the "oh my god, look at my case" brigade, but I did need something with plenty of fans (can't be bothered buying & fitting a load of them) and that wouldn't sound like an air tunnel; this case fitted the bill.

Positives:

-My old case had two 92mm fans and the CPU idled at 42C. This case has 3 120mm fans and one 200mm blower and my CPU is now sitting at 33C even though the fans are all on the lowest setting (each fan has a low/medium/high speed control).

-While it's not silent, it's not appreciably louder than my old case, if at all. Considering there's 4 fans, it's pretty quiet. Don't expect silence, though.

-Build quality is excellent. I nicked a finger on my old case taking the drives out. No danger of cutting myself with the new case :)

-Power buttons & front ports are well thought out and positioned.

-The HDD cages are rather good. You just haul the cage out, screw in the drives and then put the cage back into the case.

-Thumb screws for the bay cages & case doors; very convenient.

Negatives:

-No removable motherboard tray

-Some spare thumbscrews would've been nice. I've already lost one (grr) and you get a tonne of other screws, so I'd imagine slinging in a couple of extras wouldn't break the bank.

-The floppy drive bay converter isn't terribly intuitive. The instructions simply tell you to insert the drive, add on the faceplate and Bob's your uncle. Unfortunately it's a lot more fiddly than that. The converter is almost symmetrical, but only works one way, plus the faceplate doesn't fit too snugly. It'd be far better if the converter had one distinct end, the instructions were more verbose and the faceplate snapped on to indicate it was secure.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A good case but with a few niggles 7 Dec 2007
I've used nothing but Antec for years and so when i wanted another case (i build a new PC every year) i got one of these.

It's got plenty of good points, the main being the air flow through the case is superb, i've yet to find a better case that's as good and as quiet.

I've fitted a Watercooling rig in one (look at the Antec LeetLounge website for more) and it had enough room to fit a double Thermochill rad with space for 2 raptors and a DVD drive (a tight squeeze)

The Case is well made, it's strong and has no sharp edges nor those annoying fiddly clips.

You can with a bit of effort tidy all the cables (helps if you're using SATA for everything) and you can run most under the mobo should you choose.

Now the few downsides.

This case should be renamed the 'Dust Monster 900' as i have to clean the fans and front grills every week.

I have replaced the Antec Fans with quieter fans that pull less air and still need to clean every week.

As others have stated no removable mobo plate, however this isn't so bad as there is plenty of space.

All in all if you want a cool running system, aren't concerned with using a paintbrush every now and then (depending on your fans) to clean the dust and want something that looks very nice indeed then at this price this is the case for you.

Cheers
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best case I';ve ever had. 23 Aug 2007
This is one superb case for cooling CPU dropped at least 8 degrees C against a standard case with 2 system fans. Details small load 35C processor (AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ - Standard heatsink/cooler) and 41C under heavy use. System Temp 31C constant room temp 24C. The processor was over 50C moderate load (pci tv card) in the old case. I didn't use any extra fans other than those supplied. 2 further can be installed but it is overkill on my system

The other major plus is the audio/usb etc. being on top of the case which is very user friendly and stops accidental damage to front loading cables.

Noise levels are reasonable and all onboard fans have low medium and high settings. It isn't silent but it doesn't sound like a jumbo jet either. Ideal for anyone wanting plenty of air cooling.

Installation was straightforward with disks dvd all installed from the front with plenty of clearance to mainboard for attaching cables. I thought disks were going to be tricky but they turned out to be easy - I only used the middle slot in a bay of 3 for my backup disk. Swiching various OS's Windows/linux I do by caddy which again had plenty of clearance at the back.

I haven't found any fault with it at all hence a five.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good gaming case 8 Sep 2008
By Richard Kelly TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
I was upgrading my old PC and looking for a new case, when this caught my eye. It's pretty big, it has 4 internal fans (3 small ones and a large one at the top, and it has lots of drive bays. There are a few minor niggles with the case.

1. The motherboard tray is fixed into the case which can make fixing the components in a bit tricky.

2. It's made of steel which means it is quite heavy.

3. The fans suck in lots of air and associated dust, so you need to be careful where you place it and you may want to look at getting some dust covers othewise everything will be pretty filthy in there in no time flat.

4. When all the fans are going it can be quite noisy - now this is isn't actually something you would notice whilst playing a game, but it is quite noticable when you are quietly surfing the web.

5. The internal fans all use molex connectors - given that the case doesn't come with a PSU you need to ensure that your PSU will have 4 12v large Molex plugs before looking the needs of your other components, although you could pass through on the two front mounted fans menaing that you only need 3 Molex plugs.

This review is starting to look quite negative, but I do like the case. There is enough space inside the case to take 3 5.25 inch drives (such as DVD Drives) and 6 3.5 inch drives (i.e hard disks). It also has a couple of USB ports and a firewire port on thr top of the case near the tray where you can plug your camera/external drive and then put them somewhere somewhere safe whilst they are plugged in. The fans have inbuild blue LEDs which look great when the fans are spinning, and there is a large plastic side viewing panel - just make sure that your cables are neat and tidy and it has a certain wow factor!

It's a good case for gamers and it will easily help with the cooling of a quad core, SLI system! 8/10
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Small miracle with some frustration
Nice entry level case, with great features but accessing the HDD bay
and replacing/cleaning the fans is a challenge. Otherwise I would give it
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Published 3 months ago by PAVEL HENDRYCH
5.0 out of 5 stars case
The asthetical damage was limited to the actual packaging and not the box itself.
considering the actual item is in good nick i am not regretting this purchase
Published 7 months ago by Seton Gaisford
4.0 out of 5 stars Good for the price
Comes with plenty of fans already installed, but would be better if they were 4 pin as opposed to manual switches to change fan speeds. Read more
Published 18 months ago by William Simpson
4.0 out of 5 stars Tricky, outdated and overpriced, BUT I like it :D
This case is from 2007, it has grey internal structure, 2 alright sized cable managements holes that really almost serve no purpose, the 5. Read more
Published 21 months ago by Mr. B Whelan
5.0 out of 5 stars Supper happy
I'm so happy with my gamer case it looks supper cool I have loads of room inside for my graphics card witch isn't small the fans look great at night and light up my computer room... Read more
Published 24 months ago by Liam
3.0 out of 5 stars Big boy fan broke after 4 months
Good case. Enough space to put GeForce GTX 570.
Top mounted 200mm "Big Boy" fan broke after not even 4 months.
Published on 18 April 2012 by intruder
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Case
My friend brought this case, and to be honest, it was larger than you think it would be. Fits 2 of my current pc inside. Read more
Published on 25 Dec 2011 by Mr. R. D. Walsh
4.0 out of 5 stars Antec 900 Ultimate Gamer case
A good product for the price. As the objective was to build a gaming computer for my daughter, it fitted the bill to the extent she was prepared to pay the amount over my case... Read more
Published on 6 Dec 2011 by GeoffW
3.0 out of 5 stars OK but not gold standard
I purchased this as part of a PC build project. On first impressions it was a decent case.

A couple to note are that the expansion cages are a little flimsy when using... Read more
Published on 29 May 2011 by M. J. Nash
5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent case - fully recommended!
I bought my Antec Nine Hundred a couple of weeks ago as an upgrade for the PC I built from scratch a year previously for video editing. Read more
Published on 24 Feb 2011 by Jeremy Legg
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