Antec unveils its new Signature Line of Premium Chassis at Computex

Antec's new Signature Series features a revolutionary Three Chambered Chassis.

| Jun 1, 2015 at 10:00 pm CDT

Computex 2015 - Antec has just unveiled its new Signature Series line of Premium Chassis, with the company spending over one year in development on the new chassis, with a never-before-seen internal structure.

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Starting with a new look, the Signature Series starts with the flagship S10, a return to Antec's roots in "distinctive craftsmanship". Antec has used aluminum and premium materials in this elite chassis, with a smooth front panel which is highlighted by the fact that it doesn't feature external drive bays. This provides a "seamless and fluid exterior" on the S10, with opposing side doors in brushed aluminum (on the S10), or tempered glass (on the S10G).

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Inside, Antec has provided a new and completely unique Three Chamber Design, which uses atmospheric pressure and isolation, with each chamber creates a thermal zone that has its own regulation system. When it comes to heat, there are three zones: with the motherboard and GPUs being housed in the main chamber. The motherboard chamber has support for extended ATX motherboards, right up to 10 PCIe slots, and four GPUs. We have space for a 280mm radiator up top, and 360mm in the front.

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Antec will be provided much room to grow, with each Signature Series chassis being designed to allow consumers to upgrade as much as possible, as their needs change. Antec has an MSRP of $499.99 and is expected to be rolled out later this year.

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