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Antec Performance Plus1080 Case Review - Specifications

What happens when you take an Antec SX1030 SOHO case and give it a healthy dose of steroids? You get the topic of today's review; namely the Antec Performance Plus1080 Case. Come join Mike "Darthtanion" Wright as he takes a look at this new line of enclosure from Antec. The SX1030 was a mighty fine case, so we need to find out if they were able to improve it to a point to make it worthy of spending more hard-earned money on. Try it, you just might like it!

| Other Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: May 3, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.5%      Manufacturer: Antec

Specifications

 

It's time for everyone's favorite part; the specs!

 

I know... this can be a bit dry, but is still important when it comes time to make a buying decision. So without further ado, let us begin.

 

Case Type: SOHO File Server

 

Dimensions: 20.6" x 8.1" x 18.6"

 

Drive Bays: 10

 

- Front Accessible: 4x 5.25" & 2x 3.5"

 

- Interior: 4x 3.5"

 

Expansion Slots: 7

 

Cooling System: 5x 80mm Fans

 

- 1 Front Mounted (Optional)

 

- 2 Rear Mounted (Standard)

 

- 1 Hard Drive (Optional)

 

- 1 Side Panel (Standard)

 

Power Supply: Antec 430w TruePower

 

Material: 1mm SECC

 

Gross Weight: 33.7 lbs.

 

Special Features:

 

- 2 Front USB Ports

 

- 1 Front IEEE1394 Port (Firewire)

 

- Swing-out Side Panel

 

- Quick Release Drive Bays

 

- Snap In Fan Mounts

 

- Large Front Panel Vent w/ Washable Air Filter

 

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