Wednesday, February 8th 2012

Antec Officially Announces the One Enclosure

Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components, announces the One, the latest addition to their Gaming Series. The One is an excellent option for mainstream gamers, new PC builders and seasoned system integrators alike, as it provides user-friendly cooling and convenient features at an affordable price.

Performance Cooling Advantages – The One’s cooling system includes top & rear 120 mm exhaust fans with four additional 120 mm fan mounts. Perforated mesh construction yields additional airflow through the front of the chassis.

Extensive Compatibility and Expandability – The One is equipped with three 5.25” and five 3.5” tool-less drive bays, a bottom-mounted PSU intake with a removable air filter and a large CPU cutout. The enclosure makes it easy for users to install all the necessary parts and upgrade their PC component by component.

“The One is for anyone who has thought about building a PC or for anyone looking for a wallet-friendly, long-lasting case,” said Mafalda Cogliani, Global Marketing Director at Antec. “It’s a great option for system integrators because it has tool-less drive bays and blends well in a home.”

For more information on the Antec One, please visit the product page on our website.
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15 Comments on Antec Officially Announces the One Enclosure

#3
Dj-ElectriC
620W combined with a GTX480, heart-warming.
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#4
entropy13
by: Dj-ElectriC
620W combined with a GTX480, heart-warming.
It's quite sufficient.
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#6
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
For that price (about €50) it looks pretty darn good.
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#7
Jizzler
It's alright. At this price point, a long of other cases would need to be out of stock before I bought it.


by: Dj-ElectriC
Who said it isn't
The user up in post #4 ;)
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#8
DRDNA
Things just seem to stuffed (lacking room) to be of use to a guy like me.
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#9
m1dg3t
I like it, look's like a great case for budget/practical minded people. Running Xfire/SLi would be a problem i think, but then again how many dual GPU user's would be looking @ a budget case.
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#10
Rowsol
by: m1dg3t
how many dual GPU user's would be looking @ a budget case.
Me...
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#11
Casecutter
Not all that impressive or initiative.... I really don't like the idea they only have the 2 x USB 3.0 with included USB 2.0 adapter, that's a big downer that should have two USB 2.0 plugs up front. While couldn't they stamped a tray and rubber mat on the top to place peripherals that are charging or sync'n devices.

I really dislike the fact they put a top mount fan opening on this, or at least they should provide a finer mesh so crap can’t just drop in easily. Honestly in that spot it be nice to supply a neat looking plastic blank-out cover that snaps over that if you aren’t considering using the fan there. The right thing would be have a big opening there, then supply a plastic cage/mesh for the fan the snaps out of the top for cleaning, then another plastic blank-out with Antec logo if you just what to cover it up.
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#13
OneCool
If it doesnt show me the Matrix then its false advertisement
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#14
AthlonX2
HyperVtX™
shouldnt this be titled chassis instead of enclosure? i thought it was a hard drive enclosure for a split second :)
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#15
j924
I've had 2 Antec cases (1200 & DF-85). My biggest complaint with them is there's hardly any room for cable management. Unless they've fixed this issue I'm sticking with Coolermaster.
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