- Packaging and Specification
- External Impressions
- Internal Impressions Part 1
- Internal Impressions Part 2
- Test Bench and Installation Experience
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Antec’s packaging is similar to how it was with P280. All the explanation about the specification and features are on the top and rear side of the packaging.
Just like P280, Antec uses Polyethylene Foam and not Styrofoam- a material more suitable to protect such cases. My opinion about such packaging material is already mentioned here. There’s a thin sheet of cardboard to protect the front panel.
P280 is 526mm in height, 231mm by Width and 562mm in depth, whereas Eleven Hundred is 527 mm in height, 237 mm in width, but shorter in depth with 546 mm. The net weight is also lesser compared to P280. P280 had a front door with 2x 120mm Antec fans on the front and 1x 120mm Antec fans on the rear with TwoCool controls, but in Eleven Hundred, You’re getting a 200mm fan on the top and a 120mm fan on the rear. You don’t have 2x 120mm mount on the top panel so this case is more for those who are into air-cooling or just with a single 120mm closed loop AIO CPU Liquid Cooler.
But they have the same drive bay counts- both 3.5” and 5.25” drives and they have 2x USB 3.0 and 2x USB 2.0 connector with the usual audio connectors and power/reset button. Both cases can accommodate 13” long graphics cards… the list goes on.