Wednesday, January 28th 2009

Antec Intros NSK 4480 II Mini Tower Case

After releasing the gamer-oriented Nine Hundred Two earlier this month, Antec made the NSK 4480 II official. This case serves as a standards-compliant mini-tower case that uses a simple, professional outlook. It includes the Antec EarthWatts 380W 80-Plus certified PSU. Measuring 420 (H) x 195 (W) x 420 (D) mm, this case provides three 5.25" and two 3.5" drive bays. Internally there are three additional bays for hard drives. The side-panel of this case has three rectangular ventilators. A single rear 120mm Tri-Cool fan provides active ventilation. Along with the PSU, the case weighs around 9 kgs (around 19.8 lbs) and is mostly composed of SECC steel. Backed by a 3-year warranty, the NSK 4480 II comes at a recommended price of US $109.95.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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6 Comments on Antec Intros NSK 4480 II Mini Tower Case

#1
InnocentCriminal
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We use the original 4480Bs at work - I'm pretty impressed, just the PSU could be at least 400W imo.
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ShadowFold
by: InnocentCriminal
We use the original 4480Bs at work - I'm pretty impressed, just the PSU could be at least 400W imo.
I've seen the earthwatts 380w's power 4850's.. Don't under estimate them ;) hell my earthwatts 500w is powering a 3.4ghz quad core and a GTX 280.
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#3
crtecha
I have this case and I like it. I removed the HDD cage. Heres a old picture. Thats with my old set up.



I will be updating my case gallery today.
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InnocentCriminal
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by: ShadowFold
I've seen the earthwatts 380w's power 4850's.. Don't under estimate them ;) hell my earthwatts 500w is powering a 3.4ghz quad core and a GTX 280.
I work with these PSUs and I've seen them come and go. They're ok, nothing more.
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#5
SirMango
Doesn't look like Antec made any significant changes to the case, besides some extra side vents.
I'm disappointed to see that the case still only takes 80 mm as intake fans. :(
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#6
MRCL
Soo, Antec is capable of building cases that actually look good after all.
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