The box for the GX505 Window SC from Antec is basic but sticks to the black background with the bright yellow accent stripe. There is a large image of the chassis front and center, and along with being notified that these are designed in California, we also see the notation of the AQ3 warranty.
Moving to the first thinner side panel, we get a large image of the inside of the chassis in the middle. Above it are icons and pictures showing off the USB 3.0 connectivity, the LED lighting on the front, and the fan switch found on top of the GX505.
On the back of the box, we find a massive rendering. This is an exploded diagram to show off what comes off, where to find dust filters, and where the three included fans are located. It also uses a number system to correspond with the text at the bottom to explain what each bit is.
The last panel on the box offers two things. First is their name at the top in white lettering, and the second is the image of the front of the GX505 that takes up the majority of this side.
The inside, as well as the outside of the window, has cling film applied to it, ensuring that it does not get scratched. Similarly, the chassis is also wrapped in plastic, this time, to protect the paint and ABS finishes. At the top and the bottom of the chassis, Antec went with thick foam to take the bumps and bruises this sample sustained in shipping. All of it did its job well, and the GX505 we were sent arrived in great shape.
PRICING: You can find the Antec GX505 Window SC Mid-Tower Chassis for sale below. The prices listed are valid at the time of writing, but can change at any time. Click the link below to see real-time pricing for the best deal:
United States: The Antec GX505 Window SC Mid-Tower Chassis retails for $100 at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The Antec GX505 Window SC Mid-Tower Chassis retails for £46 at Amazon UK.
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