Over the past year, PC enclosures have evolved dramatically. Not only do users want the highest performing PCs, but also the best looking PCs. With a few neon lights, some paint, and a window kit, your ordinary beige PC can transform into a true work of art. However, this can be quite a hassle and it is often nice to have some of this work already done for you.
On that note, allow us to introduce Antec's latest range of PC enclosures, named Performance Plus AMG. We have already taken a look at their full tower version, the Plus 1080AMG, and being relatively impressed have decided to take a look at its little brother, the Plus 660AMG as well. Although it does not come with a window kit or fancy neon lights, it does feature a slick metallic grey finish as well as a premodded blowhole in its side. However, we'll discuss the case's features a little later on.
It is clear to see that the standard of PC enclosures has risen greatly over the past few years, meaning that we have become much more strict as to how we rate them. How does Antec's new solution hold up against the strong competition? Read on to find out!
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- Antec 660AMG - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Antec 660AMG - Page 2 [Specifications]
- Antec 660AMG - Page 3 [The Outside]
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