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Antec Eleven Hundred Gaming Mid-Tower Chassis Review - Packaging

Antec is back again with yet another new chassis on the market. Is the Eleven Hundred gaming mid-tower worth your dollars? Let's find out.

| Mid-Tower Cases in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Aug 30, 2012 4:56 pm
TweakTown Rating: 80%      Manufacturer: Antec

Packaging

 

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As with anything Antec these days, the Eleven Hundred also is shipped in shiny black packaging with bright yellow accents. On the front of this one there is a view of the top and top third of the front of the chassis with the line that the Eleven Hundred is the advanced gaming authority.

 

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Under the 25th anniversary logo there is an image of the front and left side of the Eleven Hundred giving you your first glance at the window in this side panel.

 

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The back of the packaging goes into detail covering ten features found on and around the chassis. It covers the room inside and behind the motherboard tray, along with the drive installations, the filter, the fan hub and more.

 

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The last panel of the exterior packaging gives you a look at the front and right side of the Eleven Hundred. Two things pop right out; the fan hole behind the socket and the bump-out of the panel to go over bunches of wires.

 

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Out of the box, the Eleven Hundred gets high end inner packaging to protect this chassis in transit. Not only do they use high density foam on both ends over Styrofoam, but they also ran a layer of cardboard up the front to keep it safe as well. Underneath it all there is a thick plastic liner used along with static clink plastic on both side of the window to keep it scratch-free as well.

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