Thursday, September 19th 2019

Antec Presents the Versatile NX1000 Case

Antec Inc., a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, present the latest model of their NX Gaming Series: the Antec NX1000. The cases are now commercially available on US Newegg & Amazon. Antec's NX -Series offers a wide range of gaming cases featuring LED lighting and eye-catching front panel designs. The models NX100, NX210, NX300, NX310, NX400, NX600 and NX1000 are the latest models on the US market.

The NX1000 mid-tower gaming case effortlessly combines a range of features: USB 3.0 connectivity, ample storage drive bays, room for expansion including one pre-installed ARGB LED fan in the rear. The case supports a 360 mm liquid cooling radiator in front and a 280 mm radiator on top which makes this case an ideal choice for users who are looking for maximum cooler support.
The chassis measures 480 x 245 x 490 mm (D x W x H) and features tempered glass panels on the left, right and front side. In addition, the front panel is illuminated with RGB LEDs just like the rear-mounted fan. To select colors and effects, there is a controller which is controlled by a button on the I/O panel or by the mainboard. The NX1000 supports up to six fans, three 120 mm or two 140 mm in the front, two 120 mm or 140 mm fans on the top and one 120 mm fan in the rear of the case.

The case fits motherboards of up to ATX size, two 3.5" HDD/2.5" SSD (convertible), two 2.5" SSD, graphics cards with a length of up to 370 mm as well as CPU coolers with a height of up to 180 mm. It features seven expansion slots as well as a front panel equipped with LED Control Button, Power, MIC/Audio and two USB 3.0 connectors. To keep the system tidy and cable management easy, the included cable cover tucks away the power cable of the motherboard neatly.

For more information, visit the product page.
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8 Comments on Antec Presents the Versatile NX1000 Case

#1
Khonjel
I never understood all glass panel fad in case design. Some companies even went front panel glass then went back to mesh front panel.
What say you @bonehead123?
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#2
dj-electric
Khonjel, post: 4118990, member: 154148"
I never understood all glass panel fad in case design. Some companies even went front panel glass then went back to mesh front panel.
What say you @bonehead123?
BooooooOOOOOoooooooOOOOOOooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrinnggg...

Y.a.W.N..... as they say yaknowww.... anuutha boring case and anuuuha cheap $hitty one while at it.

Wake me up when something G.o.o.d comes out alright?!
Back to nappy time for me....


wait... wrong user...
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#3
Ed_1
I am not a big fan of glass much less rbg. I can see one, maybe two glass panels but the glass on the back too must make case really heavy to move around.
I wish they brought back side vents/fans for GPU, but at least some cases have bottom fans that can kind of get that area cooled well.
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#4
micropage7
behind tray is duhhh
why they leave small opening for power cable? if you using non modular or longer power supply you gonna have hard time to route them right
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#5
bonehead123
Khonjel, post: 4118990, member: 154148"
I never understood all glass panel fad in case design. Some companies even went front panel glass then went back to mesh front panel. What say you @bonehead123?
Me say that SOME cases, like the Level 20XT that I just built my son's rig with, have both glass & mesh and it works & looks really nice, because it was obviously well thought out & engineered correctly...... but that is something that is simply not possible at Antec's price points & target audience...

This case in particular has the all or most of the same ole same same lame lame "features" as practically every other so-called "NEW" case released in the past several years.......so yea.......

I'm returning to my regularly scheduled nappy time now :laugh: :eek:
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#6
dirtyferret
Wake me when antec does an all front panel mesh, glass panel refresh of the antec three, six, nine, and twelve hundred. No pop out PCI slots and same steel thickness as those original cases.
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#7
Mayclore
Pass. If my Enthoo Pro M ever breaks, somehow, I'm probably just gonna get an Eclipse P600s.
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#8
Vario
Mesh front is the way to go, I dislike this glass fad. Glass is one of the worst materials for thermal conductivity. Aluminum and steel is much better. Hopefully trends return to high airflow designs.
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