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Antec Eleven Hundred Super Mid-Tower PC Chassis Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. External Impressions
  4. Internal Impressions Part 1
  5. Internal Impressions Part 2
  6. Test Bench and Installation Experience
  7. Conclusion
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Antec cases made a good impression on me. Antec’s P280 reminded me of the good times I had worked with Corsair 600T.

Now the reason I am saying is because 600T- for a mid tower case- is insanely roomy- almost enough to comfortably convince you can mount an E-ATX form factor. That’s how mid tower cases that cost more than Rs. 5,000/- or USD 90 should be! If not, then the case should have enough features to make up for it!

Antec Eleven Hundred is a mid-tower case, but looking at the paper specs it almost qualifies as a super mid-tower. Still, whether it is or not a super mid-tower, what matters is if this case is good enough to shortlist- and if it is, just how good is it?

Edit: Antec DID mention this as a super mid tower in their PDF copy of the manual and on online retails sites, but not on their specifications page.

About Roshan Ashraf Shaikh

A fan of computer systems, components, peripherals and phones. Co-incidentally the owner of Hardware BBQ and Dawn of Tech

One comment

  1. i think with the same case design, they can provide 240/280 rad mount on the top this case and this case will become a stunner. its even kinda weird why would they not have mount grips on the rubber grommets but P280 is way too minimalistic design for my taste and I really hate the front panel door. No $100 chassis comes with no mounting for rads since everyone makes then now so once they do that they need to have a white black combo color type on the case. that will be an excellent stunner….

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