Tuesday, December 13th 2011

Antec Announces European Availability of the Eleven Hundred Enclosure

Antec, Inc. is proud to announce the Eleven Hundred, the newest member of the award-winning Gaming Series. The Eleven Hundred marks a new chapter in the Gaming Series with an all-new attractive design and a revamped lineup of expandability, cooling and convenience features. Gamers seeking the highest level of performance will want to take advantage of the Eleven Hundred’s support for XL-ATX sized motherboards and four-way GPU configurations – the greatest expandability of any Antec chassis.

The Eleven Hundred features default 200 mm top and 120 mm rear fans and mounts for up to seven more fans for advanced GPU and hard drive cooling – including one 120mm intake fan behind the motherboard tray to cool the CPU. Users can also utilize the included fan power hub to connect up to four 3-pin fans to a single Molex for improved cable management.

Emphasizing ease-of-use in a gaming enclosure, Antec introduces tool-less 5.25” and 3.5” drive bays for hassle-free installation. Up to 36mm of cable routing space and grommet-lined cable routing holes help users organize their builds while allowing for easy installation of future components. For convenient maintenance, the PSU intake & front air filters can be removed without taking off the side panel or tipping the case.
“The Eleven Hundred offers a set of features that will appeal to gamers and mainstream users alike at a very reasonable price point,” said Mafalda Cogliani, Global Marketing Director at Antec. “The Gaming Series has always defined our advancement in the industry, and this case will continue that momentum.”



The Eleven Hundred reaches store shelves and online retail outlets such as Scan, Ebuyer, Overclockers and KustomPCs in early December with a MSRP of £109.99.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Antec Announces European Availability of the Eleven Hundred Enclosure

#2
Drone
Almost identical to P280 :confused:
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#3
hhumas
good ...................
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jalex3
by: Drone
Almost identical to P280 :confused:
Yes.... but with cheaper drive rails, a window and different top and front panel. :slap:
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#5
[H]@RD5TUFF
Price seems a tad high for what it is.
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theJesus
by: Drone
Almost identical to P280 :confused:
by: jalex3
Yes.... but with cheaper drive rails, a window and different top and front panel. :slap:
My first thoughts as well. :laugh: I was looking at the pics (without reading the title) and thinking, "hmm, this looks really familiar, a lot like my P280 . . ."

edit: I like the cleaner look of the P280 better though, and the door on the front panel actually does help reduce the sound quite a bit. I've got 4 fans in push/pull on the HDDs, and even with them turned all the way down on my fan controller, I still notice a nice difference with the door closed vs open. I'm sure the lack of any openings on the sides helps with noise as well, and I've still got plenty of airflow inside and great temps.
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