Computex 2019 - Antec had a heap to show off at Computex 2019 this year, so without further ado lets dive right into some of the highlights and then I'll leave you to it to check out the photos. Some of the systems and modded PCs that Antec had on display looked out of this world in person.
First up we'll take a look at the Antec STRIKER case which is a new Mini Tower for ITX gaming PCs, with support for up to a 240mm radiator and a rather large graphics card at up to 330mm. The ITX case has an open-air design for maximum cooling, supports both ATX and SFX PSUs, includes a PCIe riser cable, and has USB Type-C 3.1 ports.
Next up is the interesting new Antec GTR case, which looks like a sports car engine and is fully open-air. It rocks an aluminum-based red color themed look with space for up to 5 fans. It takes GPUs of up to 330mm and comes in both micro-ATX and ITX for motherboard support.
Antec was also showing off its first entry into the RAM market with its new KATANA memory, which looks great with an RGB strip at the top and a sleek Katana-inspired design. We have up to 16GB in a kit at up to DDR4-3600 with 18-20-20-44 timings and up to 1.35V.
This was my favorite part of what Antec had on show at Computex 2019: Torque.
Seriously, it looks so good in person. Time for some more shots.
I want one of these on my desk so bad.
Antec also has some new Signature branded PSUs coming soon with the Signature 1000 Titanium, Signature 1300 Platinum, and Signature 1000 Platinum PSUs. All of these new PSUs will be ATX, come with a huge 10-year warranty, and handle virtually anything you throw at them.
Enjoy some other pics I snapped at the Antec suite during Computex 2019... some gorgeous stuff on display.
Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:29 pm CDT
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