Friday, March 23rd 2018

Antec Launches the P6: Micro-ATX Chassis Featuring Glass Panel, Logo Projector

Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, presents the latest mid tower of their award-winning Antec Performance Series: the Antec P6. The case is now commercially available from 59€ (suggested retail price including VAT).

Light It Up
The latest addition to Antec's renowned Performance Series offers a smooth and streamlined appearance - ideal for a versatile micro-ATX build that fits every environment. The compact powerhouse measures 470mm x 200mm x 405mm (DxWxH) and is compatible with micro-ATX and ITX motherboards. The P6 supports VGA cards with a length of up to 390 mm and features a built-in LED logo projector to highlight the desktop set-up. The 4 mm tempered glass side panel makes it easy to show off the build.
Direct airflow cooling system
To keep its cool, the P6 offers space for two 120 mm or two 140 mm case fans in the front, three 120 mm or two 140 mm fans at the top as well as one 120mm fan in the rear of the case. Furthermore, the front panel is designed with airflow vents that enable optimal airflow paths to keep the components running cool. The thought-out case already comes with one pre-installed 120 mm white LED fan at the rear of the case. For extra water-cooling, the P6 allows to install a 240 mm radiator in the front and a 120 mm radiator in the rear.

Space Efficient Interior
The flexible hard drive mounting system boasts two convertible and relocatable tool-less 2.5" / 3.5" HDD drive cages, four 2.5" SSD drive cages as well as four expansion slots and four PCIe slots. The front bezel features access to two USB 3.0 ports, POWER and reset button as well as MIC/HD AUDIO jacks. The separate power supply chamber allows heat to be managed efficiently. Additional features include magnetic dust filters on the top and front, a pull-out air filter at the bottom and rugged case feet.
The P6 embodies the essence of the Performance Series, available now in a compact form that fits in any environment. Characterized by the clean silhouette, tempered glass side window, and the elegant finish, the P6 is appointed with the features that ensure an efficient build with no wasted space.
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9 Comments on Antec Launches the P6: Micro-ATX Chassis Featuring Glass Panel, Logo Projector

#1
dj-electric
Psst, antec. The whole blocked front thing kinda got a bad rep for choking hardware. Here, take some mesh.
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#2
ShurikN
There are some pretty large cutouts on the front. It wont match mesh airflow, but it should suffice.
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#3
lynx29
the thermaltake view 22 also reviewed today by Enos - listed above on TPU home page, deserves front page news instead of this case. I own the View 22 and agree with the Enos review, flat out amazing for $59 price.
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#4
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
lynx29 said:
the thermaltake view 22 also reviewed today by Enos - listed above on TPU home page, deserves front page news instead of this case. I own the View 22 and agree with the Enos review, flat out amazing for $59 price.
im putting my eye on a View 27 Riing, these cases are on fire, your did came with GPU raiser?
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#5
lynx29
peche said:
im putting my eye on a View 27 Riing, these cases are on fire, your did came with GPU raiser?
Nah mine is the budget version, no riser, but it would work with one if I bought it seperate. I just wanted a super budget case, and the airflow on this thing is amazing and high quality dust filters, hard to believe for only $60. I love the cable management as well, little spot for the sata cables etc. best budget case I ever bought. I might buy a more expensive thermaltake case in 2019/2020 when I do my ultimate build though. i respect them a lot now. :D
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peche
Thermaltake fanboy
lynx29 said:
Nah mine is the budget version, no riser, but it would work with one if I bought it seperate. I just wanted a super budget case, and the airflow on this thing is amazing and high quality dust filters, hard to believe for only $60. I love the cable management as well, little spot for the sata cables etc. best budget case I ever bought. I might buy a more expensive thermaltake case in 2019/2020 when I do my ultimate build though. i respect them a lot now. :D
i might update few things on my system, case and watercooling are high priority!

REgards,
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#7
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Im on Fire...


No seriously I'm on Fire!!!
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#8
voltage
I think if this were a Mini ATX only size case it would sell a lot more than this will
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#9
Xajel
No Type-C = No go
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