Tuesday, January 24th 2012

Antec Introduces the Three Hundred Two PC Chassis

Antec Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components, announces the Three Hundred Two enclosure, the latest addition to their Gaming Series. This sleek, black chassis is designed to handle today's and tomorrow's high-performance systems that are custom built for gamers from the inside-out.

The Three Hundred Two enclosure is perfect for gamers, system integrators and casual builders alike because of its extensive cooling advantages and expandability.


High Performance Cooling Advantages - The Three Hundred Two is built for maximum cooling thanks to its perforated front bezel, included dual TwoCool fans, and four optional fans, including a 120 mm CPU exhaust fan behind the motherboard, to ensure gamers can play beyond the long hours of the night.

Extensive Compatibility and Expandability - The Three Hundred Two utilizes eight expansion slots for up to three 12.5" (318 mm) graphics cards for compatibility with the largest GPUs.

Intelligent Design – This enclosure has removable, washable PSU and front intake air filters, along with a cable management system that features four strategically placed holes and 3 cm of space behind the motherboard tray. It's even easier for builders to start using their new PC right away thanks to the Three Hundred Two's three 5.25" and five 3.5" tool-less drive bays.

"The Three Hundred Two is an excellent enclosure for those who want to build a reliable, long-lasting PC," said Mafalda Cogliani, Global Marketing Director for Antec. "The enclosure has great cooling and expandability options, making it the perfect choice for anyone looking to build a new and affordable gaming PC with high functionality and design."

The Three Hundred Two is available now through our distributors and resellers such as ASI, D&h, INGRAM, TECH DATA, MA LABS, CANADA COMPUTERS, NEWEGG, SUPERCOM, NCIX, FRY’Swith a MSRP of $79.95.

Detailed Specifications:

- 11 drive bays:
3 x 5.25" tool-less drive bays
2 x 2.5" drive bays (dedicated)
6 x 3.5" tool-less drive bays
- Motherboards: Standard ATX, micro ATX, Mini-ITX
- 8 expansion slots
- Maximum graphics card size: 12.5" (318 mm)
- Maximum CPU cooler height: 6.7" (170 mm)
- Cooling System:
1 x 120 mm rear TwoCool fan
1 x 140 mm top TwoCool fan
2 x 120 mm front intake fans (optional)
1 x 120 mm side intake fan (optional)
1 x 120 mm side exhaust fan behind motherboard (optional)
- Perforated front bezel for maximum air intake
- Water cooling support: top water cooling grommets
- Enlarged CPU cutout
- Front I/O ports:
2 x USB 3.0 with internal motherboard connector
Audio In/Out
- No power supply included
- Unit Dimensions
513 mm (H) x 229 mm (W) x 471 mm (D)
20.2" (H) x 9" (W) x 18.5" (D)
- Package Dimensions
565 mm (H) x 290 mm (W) x 525 mm (D)
22.2" (H) x 11.4" (W) x 20.7" (D)
- Net Weight: 15.3 lb (6.9 kg)
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14 Comments on Antec Introduces the Three Hundred Two PC Chassis

#1
Crap Daddy
Why can't they just paint the interior black? And it's too expensive.
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#3
Dj-ElectriC
Rodney raynolds already released a video review of this
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#4
sorathia
Shity Case

Antec didnt learn the Lesson. its a shity shity shity case.

and for $80 i can buy NZXT Phantom 410 or Bitfenix Survivor

better quality/looking case. IMHO. Sorry Antec
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#5
claylomax
I still have the original Three Hundred, it was wicked;
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#6
fenurch
They have ruined the aesthetic charm of the original (I genuinely feel that 300 is the sexiest case ever), the interior isn't black and its much, much too expensive for what you get. CM690 II or a Fractal Design case is a much better deal.
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#7
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
Yeah I like my Antec 300, especially for the £30 that it cost me when it was released. I like the improvements apart from the front. As fenurch just stated, Fractal Design offer far better aesthetics and features than Antec.
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#8
THE_EGG
seems its lost its "cheap can be good" charm. Could get a BitFenix Shinobi for that price in Australia and still save $15.
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#9
borden5
rather get haf 912 over this
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#10
TheLaughingMan
by: Dj-ElectriC
Rodney raynolds already released a video review of this
Who is he and why should we care? Wait is he that British idiot with the inconsistent opinions about the same features on different cases? Nevermind

I still don't like the Antec 300 series, but this is an improvement. As everyone has said, around $80 I can find better look and better equipped cases. I disagree about painting the interior on a case with no side window. What does it matter what the interior looks like when you will only see it while building or working on the PC?
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#11
THE_EGG
by: TheLaughingMan
Who is he and why should we care? Wait is he that British idiot with the inconsistent opinions about the same features on different cases? Nevermind

I still don't like the Antec 300 series, but this is an improvement. As everyone has said, around $80 I can find better look and better equipped cases. I disagree about painting the interior on a case with no side window. What does it matter what the interior looks like when you will only see it while building or working on the PC?
Rodney is Canadian
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#12
ensabrenoir
Awe antec......please I want something.... that has the same impact as the 1200s & 902s. Something timeless.come on man impress us ...i willing to forgive you for the whole dark fleet thing....promise.
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#13
TheLaughingMan
by: THE_EGG
Rodney is Canadian
Looked him. Its 3DGamerMan. He is ok. I use to watch his videos.
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#14
dlpatague
MSRP is $79.95 but on Newegg it is only $69.99. Which is only about $5 more then their popular original Antec 300 case. I have an Antec 300 Illusion (same thing just with blue LED light fans) and I love it. For me it's either this or their Eleven Hundred case. I love Antec's cases. Always have used them.
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