Published on 25th January 2006 by
Originally Posted by Da DegoThe case comes in silver and black only, and Antec has not expressed any interest in producing other colors.
Originally Posted by Kameleonhttp://www.endpcnoise.com/cgi-bin/e/p180.html :p
A highly sexy version in all black, specially made for SPCR. Wish we could get it over here :(
Great review though dude, I really like your style :)
Originally Posted by KameleonA highly sexy version in all black, specially made for SPCR. Wish we could get it over here :(
Originally Posted by eekUmm, is this not it here or am i missing something?
Originally Posted by KameleonWell paint my face green and call me a watermelon, so it is
Originally Posted by Da Dego@Phuzz:
Yes, assuming you do not need one or the other hard drive bay...they would honestly require removal to fit watercooling comfortably.
Originally Posted by Kipman725Having built a pc in one of these I don't recomend them, for the price you can get much better alu cases with less space for hard disks as the antec case can take about 10! and this just makes it difficult to fit anything else in.
Originally Posted by CavedwellerI too would very much like to buy this case and fit watercooling in it.
I would imagine that if you loose the beefy 38mm (thickness) fan in the bottom you could fit a radiator there. Airflow there should be sufficient to cool it without a fan, or am i dreamin?
Originally Posted by Highland3rDid you have any issues with ATX cable length at all?
Originally Posted by FirehedI just picked up a SLK3000-B Antec case, and I'm quite happy with it. It's no Lian Li, but for $50, I'm very very impressed with the build quality.
If there were a quiet, high-efficiency modular PSU, I would be taking advantage of it right now.
Originally Posted by VelesIt's called a Tagan EasyCon :p
Correctly routing the cables in the P180 is a time-consuming task...
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